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Apple Comes Up With “Shot on iPhone Challenge”

The winning photos will be featured on billboards in select cities, Apple retail stores and online.

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Apple has kicked off its iPhone photo competition, asking users to submit the most stunning images captured on iPhones.

From January 22 to February 7, Apple is looking for outstanding photographs for its “Shot on iPhone Challenge”.

A panel of judges will review worldwide submissions and select 10 winning photos, to be announced in February, the company said in a statement late on Tuesday.

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Photos can be straight from the camera, edited through Apple’s editing tools in the Photos app or with third-party software. Wikimedia commons

The winning photos will be featured on billboards in select cities, Apple retail stores and online.

“Post your best photo taken on iPhone to Instagram or Twitter with the #ShotOniPhone hashtag to participate in the challenge.

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Photos can be straight from the camera, edited through Apple’s editing tools in the Photos app or with third-party software.

“You retain your rights to your photograph; however, by submitting your photo, you grant Apple a royalty-free, world-wide, irrevocable, non-exclusive license for one year to use,” said the company. (IANS)

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Fujifilm All Set to Bring Back Retro Monochrome Film

The price of the black-and-white Neopan 100 Acros II film is yet to be decided

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New Fujifilm medium format mirrorless camera in India. (IANS)

Fujifilm is all set to restart the sales of black-and-white photographic film, following calls from fans of monochrome photography, the media reported.

The company will start selling it in Japan this fall and would bring it to international markets afterward based on photographers demand, The Verge reported on Tuesday.

The company began selling monochrome photographic film in 1936 but they stopped the sales around October last year, citing declining demand as well as difficulties in obtaining materials for production.

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Retro films. Pixabay

The firm is bringing back its “Acros” line with its new Neopan 100 Acros II film, which will be available in both 35mm and 120mm formats at ISO 100, the report said.

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“As the demand for film rapidly decreased over the past decade and raw materials became difficult to obtain, it caused the company to discontinue marketing black and white film,” PetaPixel news portal quoted Fujifilm as saying.

The price of the black-and-white Neopan 100 Acros II film is yet to be decided. (IANS)