1st Place -- 2014 Photographer of the Year
2nd Place -- 2014 Photographer of the Year

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3rd Place -- 2014 Photographer of the Year

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1st Place -- Animals

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2nd Place -- Animals

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3rd Place -- Animals

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2nd Place -- News, Events

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1st Place -- Lifestyle

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1st Place -- People

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3rd Place -- Children

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1st Place -- Architecture

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3rd Place -- Flowers

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1st Place -- Seasons

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2nd Place -- Trees

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3rd Place -- Sunset

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3rd Place -- Trees

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1st Place -- Nature

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1st Place -- Travel

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2nd Place -- Seasons

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1st Place -- Landscape

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See How Far You Can Go With Your Phone WIth These Winners From The iPhone Photography Awards

The winners of the iPhone Photography Awards don't need fancy camera equipment to get the shot. Just their digital devices, a keen eye, and, you know, a perfect moment.

Not everybody can be Annie Leibovitz, and that's fine. Plenty of people are making do by applying a keen eye for stunning visuals to an iPhone screen. And there's a contest where these folks are recognized for doing just that.

For the past seven years, the iPhone Photography Awards has been showcasing some of the most amazing photos taken by camera phones around the world. Thousands of Apple addicts enter each year, from hobbyists to serious photographers, submitting their images for consideration. The photos come in 17 categories including Architecture, Sunsets, and Food. (But not Selfie, yet, despite seemingly overwhelming demand.) The only rule is that the images can't be photoshop'd in any way, though iPhone and iPad apps are fair game.

The first place Photographer of the Year award went to Florida-based Julio Lucas, whose image of icy ridges reveals a stunning command of shadow play and depth of field. Have a look at more of the images in the slides above.

H/t to My Modern Met

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