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Selena Gomez Releases New Music Video Shot Entirely on iPhone 11 Pro

The latest entry in the "Shot on iPhone" marketing machine that often irritates so many photo and videographers is a music video. Specifically, pop star Selena Gomez' music video for her latest single "Lose You to Love Me," which was shot by director Sophie Muller using the latest iPhone 11 Pro.

Here are the Winners of Apple’s ‘Shot on iPhone’ Photo Contest

Apple's "Shot on iPhone" photo contest sparked some controversy back in January over whether it would pay winning photographers to use their photos in ads, but the company quickly clarified that licensing fees would be paid. Well, the contest has ended, and Apple has just unveiled the winning iPhone photos.

Yes, Apple WILL Pay Photographers for Its ‘Shot on iPhone’ Contest

On Tuesday, Apple launched a new Shot on iPhone Challenge that asks photographers to submit iPhone photos for a chance to be featured in a worldwide marketing campaign. The announcement sparked concern and controversy over whether Apple was asking for photos in exchange for purely "exposure." Apple clarified things today and yes, photographers will be paid.

iPhone Short Film Wins Prestigious Turner Prize

A short film shot entirely on an iPhone has won the prestigious 2018 Turner Prize in Britain. Established in 1984, the prize is presented every year to a British visual artist, and it's the UK's most publicized art award.

This Underwater Short Film Was Shot on a Bare iPhone

London-based filmmaker Frederic van Strydonck made this creative short film titled Spltch, which teleports the viewer to different locations through taking dips below the water's surface. Everything was shot with an unprotected iPhone X.

This Video Was Shot on iPhone… A $32 iPhone 3GS from 2009

Matteo Bertoli is known for shooting cinematic 4K videos with the latest smartphones and apps to hit the market. But for his latest project, he decided to use the cheapest smartphone he could fine: a $32 used iPhone 3GS from 2009. This 2-minute video is what resulted.

TIME’s Latest Cover Photos were Shot on the iPhone

TIME magazine's latest issue features a special project titled FIRSTS, which features profiles of 46 influential women who are changing the world. For the photography in the project, TIME recruited 28-year-old Brazilian photographer Luisa Dörr to shoot 46 portraits and 12 cover photos using an iPhone.

These Are iPhone Studio Portraits Shot Using the Godox A1 Flash System

Last month, the Chinese lighting brand Godox teased an innovative new product called the A1 that serves as both a wireless, off-camera flash/light for smartphones as well as a transmitter for triggering other off-camera flashes. Now new sample photos have emerged to show what this smartphone flash system can actually do.