Apple Reveals iPhone 11 Night Mode Photo Challenge Winners


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Apr 12, 2001

Last month, Apple launched a Night Mode photo challenge, inviting customers around the world to share their best low-light photos captured with the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, or iPhone 11 Pro Max.

Apple today revealed the six winning photos from thousands of submissions worldwide. The winning photos will be featured in a gallery on, on Apple's social media platforms, and on billboards globally. Apple said it will pay a licensing fee to the winning photographers for use of such photos in its marketing.

Konstantin Chalabov / Moscow, Russia / iPhone 11 Pro:

Andrei Manuilov / Moscow, Russia / iPhone 11 Pro Max:

Mitsun Soni / Mumbai, India / iPhone 11 Pro:

Rubén P. Bescós / Pamplona, Spain / iPhone 11 Pro Max:

Rustam Shagimordanov / Moscow, Russia / iPhone 11:

Yu "Eric" Zhang / Beijing, China / iPhone 11 Pro Max:

Apple's panel of judges shared their thoughts on what made these photos stand out from the pack in the press release.

Article Link: Apple Reveals iPhone 11 Night Mode Photo Challenge Winners


macrumors 68020
Nov 10, 2018
I feel that the tree photo is not Mumbai. Shop signs seem to be in Arabic. And the taxis that run there don't have that lighted indicator on the top like that either. Erroneous location tags?
Amazing photos!

Has anyone else noticed that the 5th shot isn't Moscow though and is actually Norway?
Maybe it's where the photographer is from?


macrumors 6502
Jun 26, 2007
The advertisement on television where they show several examples of Night Mode, on the very bottom where they have notices mention additional hardware and software were used in production of the pictures. Does this imply non-standard lenses and photoshop were used?
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