November 9, 2023
A new iPhone photography exhibition will open in Paris on November 10
The two-day event at Salon Corderie will feature the work of five renowned photographers, all shot with iPhone.
“I Remember You,” a two-day photography exhibition opening in Paris on Friday, November 10, will feature original works shot with the iPhone 15 Pro Max that capture the past through photography. It features works by renowned artists, including Malin Vizihay, Karl Happ, Vivien Liu, Mika Ninagawa, and Stefan Ruiz, depicting people, places and things. That has a driving force in life. Allow everyone to explore the most precious memories of the moment through photographs that can capture those moments in a powerful way. It also showcases the capabilities of the iPhone 15 Pro Max’s amazing camera system, which is versatile, easy to use and produces high-quality images.
“I Remember You brings together the works of five photographers who share their personal thoughts on memory, relationships and remembering the past,” said Dr. Isolde Brillmeyer, advisory curator of the exhibition.
Pictures have the power to preserve and stimulate memories. It can take people on a journey through time. Recalling past feelings and offering new perspectives Through a visual language that almost everyone can understand, iPhone 15 Pro users have access to a pro-level camera that fits easily in their pocket. iPhone 15 Pro Max has seven pro lenses and an all-new 5x telephoto camera. Beautiful details from a distance It also has a 48MP main camera that delivers ultra-high-resolution images with a new default resolution of 24MP and stunning image quality. Everyone around the world can document their experiences with confidence.
At the launch event, each artist talked about how iPhone helps their creative work. And what they hope people will remember from the work on display.
Malin Fezhaye is a half-Eritrean, half-Swedish photographer. He is also a filmmaker and visual journalist. She currently lives in New York. Having worked in more than 40 countries in the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the Americas, Vizhai has become an explorer of National Geographic She is also a 2023 Climate Pledge Grant recipient and is currently working on a water adaptation project. She began her career in Sweden while studying photography. Before continuing her studies at the International Center of Photography in New York, her works largely tell the stories of disenfranchised, displaced and disconnected communities around the world. She received support from the United Nations Development Program to photograph survivors of violence in sub-Saharan Africa, which was published in a book titled Survivors He won the 2015 World Press Photo Award and the Wallis Annenberg Award, and was named to the 2015 “30 Emerging Photographers to Watch Out” list by Photo area news With pictures depicting immigrant marriageEritreaIn Israel, this was the first iPhone photo to win the World Press Photo Award.
“Integrating the iPhone into my photography workflow created a huge positive change. To feel and record the world around us – to feel the desire to record what is happening in life at this moment – the fleeting moments, the honesty that reveals the human experience,” Vizhai said. Being able to record high-quality images has helped me find and capture the ordinary in extraordinary ways. Emotions and feelings are embedded in the work I create for this show. “
Karl Happ was born in 1990 and currently lives in Paris. He was a long-time famous photographer and also holds a degree in aircraft engineering. During the time when he does not have to travel he mainly devotes his time to aviation, design, art and fashion, traveling a lot and learning about the international world of fashion and street culture which has blossomed into a personal project. Hap’s wanderlust allows him to capture stories. It has been through the lens for over 15 years and shows no signs of slowing down. His love of nature drives him to capture events, and with iPhone 15 Pro Max, his work gets a new perspective.
“Taking photos with my iPhone is like having a third party that can take the photos I want. When I need it, I know I can rely on my iPhone to display the image on the screen exactly as I see it,” Happ said. And with this newer model, the 5x lens, I can see more clearly. In a different perspective You can overcome the limitations of your equipment to show a different perspective of your business.
Vivian Liu is a professional photographer from Hong Kong. She received her Master of Architecture from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design, where she won the prestigious Clifford Wong Prize in Residential Design. After more than 15 years as an architect, she found her passion in photographing urban scenes in Hong Kong and other cities around the world. Her work is characterized by her way of bringing together people and space that complement each other. Promoting Hong Kong’s cultural identity to attract international attention. Including architecture, people and landscape
“The iPhone was the first and most important thing when I started my journey,” Liu says. “And landscape photography from travel. It’s something I rely on in my work at different stages of creativity. Capable of capturing images at multiple distances and in multiple modes, the 5x zoom lens for iPhone Pro Max is indispensable when capturing the texture details of the ancient buildings around you and when combined with natural light. I can create images with contrast between light and shadow.
Mika Ninagawa is a Tokyo-based artist working in photography and film. Her photography works were published in a book entitled Tokyo In 2020, her photography is mesmerizing with its unique style filled with the use of bright, dream-like colors. Her work revolves around plants, animals, landscapes and strong women. Through portraits, landscapes and still lifes, and creating works that perfectly capture life, Ninagawa is one of Japan’s most celebrated photographers. There will be an exhibition featuring “Mika Ninagawa: In Fiction/Reality” at the Beijing Times Art Museum in early 2022.
Stefan Ruiz lives in Brooklyn, New York, where he teaches art at San State Prison.QianTen is the creative director of the magazine Colors He has many published works in both New York Times Magazine, The New Yorker, Vogue magazine And time His photographs have previously been exhibited at the International Center of Photography Museum in New York, the Photographers’ Gallery in London, Les Rencontres d’Arles, PhotoEspaña, the Havana Biennale, and the CONTACT Photography Festival in Toronto, and he has published four books including: Dream factory A book on Mexican drama was published by Aperture in 2012 and Mexican crime photos Published by GOST Books in 2016.
“The iPhone makes my photography less formal. It makes the person feel comfortable,” Ruiz says. “When you can pass the phone around, view photos and express opinions it’s made us feel more collaborative every step of the way.”
“I Remember You” will be shown at Salon Corderie in Le Marais, Paris from Friday 10 to Saturday 11 November from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm.
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