YES! It’s time to celebrate the kickass work taken by our local iPhoneographers. iPhoneography 2013 has officially announced the call for entries, changed up the categories and elected an awesome, stylish and terribly good looking panel of judges (yes, this is a painfully obvious attempt at buttering them up and yes, I’m more than okay with it).
So how do you enter? Well, you read up on the guidelines, submit 5 of your best images and then sit back and bite your nails in anticipation as you wait to see if any of them have made it. Entries close on the 4th October (JHB) and 11th October (CT) and if you’re dithering about whether to submit your work, do yourself a favour and enter. What have you got to lose? It takes 2 minutes to enter and it’s a brilliant way to procrastinate yourself out of work that you should be doing, that keeps the economy turning.
In fact, I’m lying, it took me 57 minutes to enter. I form deep emotional attachments to my pictures, and wanted to enter them all, and had to explain to my Instagram account that even though I loved it very much, I could only select 5. Going through my photos, I realised that a few images have gotten into exhibitions and print this year, which is something I’m pretty proud of, as it’s really just a little side hobby.
The final 5 are:
Anyway, enough about me, go enter your images.