From now till January 29, Apple will be holding an all-new Night Mode photo competition for iPhone users 18 years old and above using the iPhone 11 series. They will be on the lookout for the “the most stunning Night Mode shots from users around the world.”
Those using the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, or iPhone 11 Pro Max will be able to submit a photo they have taken on Night Mode and post their submissions on Instagram or Twitter with the hashtags #ShotoniPhone and #NightmodeChallenge. Those entering the competition must also state which iPhone model they have used.
Photographers will be allowed to edit their photos with Apple’s Photos app or a third-party app and software prior to submitting but they will have to state which apps and filters have been used in the image caption.
A panel of judges, including Singapore’s very own architecture photographer Darren Soh, will come together to decide the top five photos by March 4, 2020. The winning photos will then be showcased on the Apple Newsroom, Apple’s website, and Instagram page.
Darren Soh himself was a winner of Apple’s previous #ShotoniPhone photography competition, where he won with a photo he took of Singapore’s HDB reflected on a puddle of water, with a bird flying overhead.
Night Mode was first introduced on the iPhone in 2019, with the release of the iPhone 11 series. The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro models are able to detect when a camera is in a low light situation and automatically turn on Night Mode.
More information on the #ShotOniPhone Night Mode photo competition can be found on Apple’s website.
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