Last week's Shooting Challenge was all about the camera in your pocket: the mobile phone. The brief was simple and gave you masses of creative freedom -- shoot an image on your mobile phone and if you so wish to, edit it using one (or many) of the apps available for your camera phone of choice. And let me just say, you didn't disappoint..

We had a bumper crop this time round, with many of you submitting a few images. So thanks to everyone who submitted their photos. Now, the only problem with lots of images and no 'overall brief' is that it makes it even harder for me to pick an overall winner. So, this week, I'm going to be controversial and say "The Winners Are..."

In alphabetical order, congratulations to:

- Andrew Wilson for his 'Ice Heart' and ‘Losing Streak’ images:

 

 

- Angus Holmes for the ‘Macro Fly’, ‘Miniature Waterfall’ and ‘Harrow Hill’ photos

 

 

- Nick Cresswell for ‘Priory Park’

Congratulations guys; some great and very different images there.
Honourable mentions must go to the following:

- Amanda Johnstone
- Drew Smith
- Hana Burkonova
- Henry Downing
- Ian Taylor
- Mhatti 3000 (I don’t think that’s his real name)
- Parul Kundrai

As usual, you’ll find all the images over on our Flickr page, so go check them out. Which images are your favourites? Do let us know in the comments section below.

Thanks again to everyone that took the time to capture the world around them. There will be another Shooting Challenge next week; if the weather stays as cold as it is at the moment, you’ll need to wrap up warm as you’ll need to be outside for the next challenge.

Martin Snelling is a Hampshire-based man about town who works in the videogame industry. A keen photographer, Martin shoots on film and digital; he blogs here, and tweets here.