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Apple invites you to compete with your best photos captured with the ‘Night Mode’ of the iPhone 11

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The apple company has just opened a call for iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max users to share their best shots using the ‘Night Mode’ of their device. From today until January 29, Apple is looking for the most impressive photos captured by users around the world.

To choose the best photos, the company has a panel of selected judges that will evaluate the postulated images and will reveal the five winning photos on March 4. The winning photos will be published in a gallery in Apple Newsroom, apple.com and Apple Instagram (@apple).

Similarly, these captures may also appear in digital campaigns, in Apple Stores, on billboards or in a photographic exhibition of third parties.

It is important to remember that all iPhone 11 models have a new sensor with 100% focus pixels that enables night mode, resulting in photos that were previously not possible to achieve with an iPhone. Night mode is automatically activated in low light environments. If the yellow night mode icon appears, you are shooting with night mode.

The jurors and the final prize

The jury group is made up of professional photographers, as well as senior executives of the Cupertino firm, who will be in charge of choosing the five best captures. The list of jurors is as follows:

  • Malin Fezehai (USA): photographer and visual reporter based in New York.
  • Tyler Mitchell (United States): photographer and filmmaker based in Brooklyn.
  • Sarah Lee (EU): She has worked for ‘The Guardian’ and ‘Observer’ since 2000 and specializes in portraits, features and arts
  • Alexvi Li (China): longtime photographer and iPhone artist who captures photos and videos, creating themed art projects.
  • Darren Soh (Singapore): full-time freelance photographer specializing in architecture and landscape.
  • Phil Schiller: Apple’s senior vice president of Global Marketing, has helped Apple reinvent mobile phones with iPhone.
  • Kaiann Drance: works with talented Apple teams to offer products that put excellent photographic tools in the hands of users.
  • Brooks Kraft: professional photographer and worked in editorial and commercial photography before joining Apple.
  • Jon McCormack: consummate photographer who is currently vice president of Camera and Photos at Apple.
  • Arem Duplessis: works closely with some of the world’s most successful photographers in his role as director of photography in the Apple marketing team.

To participate you must share on Instagram and Twitter your best photos in ‘Night Mode’ taken on iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, using the hashtags #ShotoniPhone and #NightmodeChallenge. You must write the iPhone model that you used in the caption of the image, and the photos can be directly from the camera, edited through Apple’s editing tools in the Photos application or with third-party software.

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