In Guelph, using your smartphone to take and share pictures is called “guelPhonography” and this is what it looks like.

The fourth annual guelPhonography mobile phone photo contest received 235 digital entries, and 20 finalists were printed on canvas, metal, wood and plexiglass for an exhibit.

First Place: Diane Clarke – Carrousel

Second Place: Ildiko Annable –  Trilliums in Bloom at the Arboretum

Third Place: Jesse Whalley – Bridge Reflection

Purchase a print

guelPhonography has teamed up with so you can purchase print or digital copies of photos from the exhibit.

Thank you

Thanks to PhotoMedia Decor all finalists get to keep their printed photo. Thanks to everyone who entered and supported the contest again this year. We couldn’t do this without community support and our generous sponsors.

Keep sharing your beautiful Guelph shots with the guelPhonography community using #guelphonography on Twitter,Instagram, Facebook, or Google+.

the guelPhonography team

Logo design by Steve Mills of Worth it Studios