Apple's most coveted #ShotOniPhone challenge is a global community for aspiring photographers, creative enthusiasts, and professionals to capture and share their remarkable moments through the easy tap of an iPhone camera.
From colourful city sceneries to curious incidences, dramatic portraits to creative reflections, this is a showcase of every day exploration, seen through the perspective of the ten winners.
Chosen by an international panel of judges which include Pete Souza, chief official White House photographer for President Obama, Brazil photographer Luísa Dörr, who photographed portraits of 46 women for Time's 'Firsts' issue, as well as Chinese contemporary visual artist Chen Man, the winning shots will be featured across billboards in select cities.
Here, a shortlist of BAZAAR's favourites from the challenge.
LieAdi Darmawan (US), iPhone XS
“I feel like this landscape was treated like an old portrait. The texture of the mountains evokes an old wrinkled face. Portraits and landscapes are the oldest way of creative representation by humans. There’s something about it that belongs to the realms of the subconscious mind, and this is mainly what appeals me of this picture; the part that I’m not able to explain.”—Luísa Dörr