The winners of the iPhone Photography Awards 2023 have been revealed

Anjihai Grand Canyon in Shawan County, China (Picture: IPPA)

The entries for the iPhone Photography Awards show there’s so much photographic power tucked away in our pockets.

This year’s winners, for the sixteenth annual competition, have been revealed and the images will leave you mesmirised.

Ivan Silva was crowned as the grand prize winner for his shot of a football fan in Mexico.

While Thea Mihu from Germany won a top award for Soy Sauce Village, taken in the Hung Yen province of Vietnam, Likewise, Barry Mayes from the UK came third in the portrait category with a photograph taken on an iPhone 7.

Awards for 14 categories – including animals, abstract and architecture – were given to entrants from all over the world.

Viewers can enjoy snaps of majestic Norway, stunning light displays and awe-inspiring National Parks – enough to make you want to reach for your phone and get snapping.

Feast on some of the impressive phone photos below…

Grand prize winner (Picture: Ivan Silva/IPPA)
An honorable mention in the travel category (Picture: Chang Sun/IPPA)
Take in Hưng Yên province, Vietnam. Shot on iPhone 12 Pro Max (Picture: Thea Mihu/IPPA)
 California’s Yosemite National Park (Picture: Chang Sun/IPPA)
A polar light display over a snowy expanse (Picture: Juilane DeLeo Naclerio/IPPA)
Trio of elephants in Kenya’s Kajiado County (Picture: Bo Meng/IPPA)
Trentham Falls in Australia’s Coliban River Scenic Reserve (Picture: Anthony Ginns/IPPA)
Shot of Sunnylvsfjorden fjord in Norway (Picture: Kyle Rehn/IPPA)
Train that takes passengers from the holiday resort of Vitznau, Switzerland (Picture: Wenquin Hu/IPPA)
Mountainscape was captured near the town of Kangding in China’s Sichuan province (Pictuere: Chun Leo/IPPA)

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