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Commissioned by Apple. “Cooking during quarantine means getting creative with what we have. My four-year-old likes to move different pieces of food around to change the expressions on the faces — 'He is happy! This one’s sad. See, now he looks worried.' These days we carry all of these feelings inside. I remind the boys (and myself ) it’s okay to hold many different emotions at once.” #ShotoniPhone last week #atHome by Erin J. @theindigobunting
Commissioned by Apple. “The situation we’re all living has my mind working in so many ways to avoid boredom and anxiety. Getting away from home has always been my way of dealing with these things and expressing my creativity, but now being in lockdown has made me more aware of my immediate opportunities and advantages. I moved to this apartment less than a month ago, so this place symbolizes a new stage in my life. It’s very special to me. It has light coming in all day long because of the positioning of the building, sometimes even too much. Being so close to the equator, though, our 'magic hour' is very short, so I have to wait for it and be aware of the time. It’s like a hunt for light." #ShotoniPhone last month #atHome by Juan B. @juan_brenner
Commissioned by Apple. “I don’t want to give up on life right now. My entire state of mind revolves around that fact with everything going on. So I wake up everyday with specific activities in my house to keep me going, starting with photography, working out, and a lot of dancing. It’s been my daily routine. I’m honestly still not used to shooting at home this much, or photographing myself for that matter. But I’ve come to love the idea of capturing what my daily activities look like. I think it will become part of my norm moving forward.” #ShotoniPhone this month #atHome by Stephen T. @stephen .tayo
Showcase 29: #TheAtHomeSeries Favorites from last week's Community Brief - 1. Leandro C. @leandrocolantoni - 2. Anastasiia V. @ana_the_explorer - 3. Muhammed H. @hamodyhassan - 4. Shoyeb F. @shoyebfarooqui - 5. Svetlana S. @saharenok - 6. Louisa C. @louisa_s - 7. Artsemi P. @artem_p_79 - 8. Marwa A. @marwaalsayegh - 9. Ali J. @alijahanaraa - 10. Gursimran B. @coffee .karma
A First Look at images of shadows and highlights intelligently enhanced by Next-gen Smart HDR. #ShotoniPhone by Jason N. @jason_nocito_studio and Robbie L. @robbiel1 . #iPhoneSE - “The camera on the iPhone SE can handle a lot of definition, from the background to the subject. As I’m looking for really beautiful natural light, I’m often taking portraits by windows. You don’t always need bright light — utilize the space that you’re in.” — Jason - “I’ve been shooting a lot in my home and on walks in my neighborhood. Working with the iPhone SE in bright sunlight, I noticed I wasn’t losing detail in the lowlights, despite a high level of contrast the camera was dealing with.” — Robbie
Commissioned by Apple. “Being homebound while springtime teases outside has deepened my appreciation for my garden and the small flora I’ve placed in my window. The Earth is our most available and abundant subject — the more we are able to spend time with nature, the more we’ll realize how lucky we are and, hopefully, want to take better care of it. #EarthDay2020 feels like a return toward a deeper level of care and responsibility for our own backyards." #ShotoniPhone #atHome by Joyce K. @jokimbo
Commissioned by Apple. "Being at home makes time move slowly, so I have a lot of time to think. Now, I hear birds chirping instead of cars honking, and I have never seen this city so calm. It’s inspiring unlike anything I’ve experienced before.” #ShotoniPhone last week #atHome by Bharat S. @bharatsikkastudio
Commissioned by Apple. "We live in an old shoe factory. It is feeling more and more like a shoe box. It has been a subject in my work for years but this experience has pushed me to photograph cracks and corners that hadn’t moved me before.” #ShotoniPhone last week #atHome by Mikaela M. @mikaelamartin_photog
Everything feels different now. It’s unclear how long this will last, or what life will look like when it’s all behind us. And while much is uncertain, some inspiring things are happening, too. All over the world, we’ve seen an outpouring of creativity in the face of this crisis. People are sharing their unique points of view. Finding ways to connect from afar. To that end, @apple will be featuring moments captured at home by creators from around the world. We have always shined a light on artists, and we are committed to supporting them now, more than ever. We might be apart, but we’re in this together. #ShotoniPhone #atHome by… - 1. Yos B. @iyoso - 2. Greg M. @megaguire - 3. Sidney B. @sidneybensimon - 4. Emma W. @emmafwright - 5. Andre B. @decobueno
Commissioned by Apple. Take a cinematic journey through Russia’s world-famous museum. Filmed for five hours and 19 minutes in one continuous take and on one battery charge in the #Hermitage Museum. #ShotoniPhone 11 Pro by Axinya G. @axinya .gog. Music by @kirillrichter Watch the full film on the Apple YouTube channel.
Commissioned by Apple. Photographer Petecia Le Fawnhawk @Lefawnhawk is known for creating striking surrealist landscapes using a mix of sculpture and editing techniques. Watch to learn about Petecia's creative connection with the desert and how she uses perspective to explore her sense of place in the world. #IWD #ShotoniPhone 11 Pro.
Showcase: Night mode Presenting the 6 winners from the Night mode Community Challenge. Click the Newsroom link in our bio to learn how their photos will live beyond Instagram. #NightmodeChallenge #ShotoniPhone by... - 1. Konstantin C. @chalabov - 2. Andrei M. @houdini_logic - 3. Mitsun S. @mitsun - 4. Yu Z. @ericube .23 - 5. Rustam S. @tomrus - 6. Rubén B. @rubenpb