Our smartphones have undeniably turn out to be the preeminent photographic device used to doc our day by day lives, democratizing pictures to ranges of ubiquity in its simplicity and comfort. However what does smartphone pictures appear to be within the fingers of an expert artist tasked to seize photographs guided by the emotion of nostalgia utilizing solely an iPhone 15 Professional Max? I Bear in mind You, a two-day pictures exhibition in Le Marais in Paris on the Salon Corderie focuses on the reply.
I Bear in mind You exhibited the unique works of 5 artists on November tenth, every outfitted with Apple’s newest and best titanium embellished, iPhone 15 Professional Max, and solely guided to try to reply the questions posed above.
Artists invited to take part embody, Malin Fezehai (New York/Nairobi), Karl Hab (Paris), Vivien Liu (Hong Kong), Mika Ninagawa (Tokyo), and Stefan Ruiz (New York) collectively working across the theme of “nostalgia and a stoic empowerment in preserving moments in time simply as they’re meant to be remembered.”
With the iPhone Professional Max’s new 5x Telephoto lens, 48 MP decision, and the digital camera’s capacity to change the bokeh and point of interest after capturing a picture, every artist was tasked to strategy the theme of reminiscence and feelings with little restraint past the digital camera they got.
The works on show through the quick 2-day exhibition vary from portraiture, landscapes, to extra summary explosions of floral shade, in sum exhibiting the probabilities of utilizing a smartphone as a selective inventive device slightly than a mere pragmatic possibility.
Ansel Adams is quoted as saying, “There’s nothing worse than a pointy picture of a fuzzy idea,” a reminder to these enamored by their instruments to develop their inventive eye slightly than obsess over the technical trappings of their digital camera gear. I Bear in mind You reinforces Adam’s recommendation, proving one of the best digital camera is the one you will have with you.