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Gruber the Booger:
Back-to-back articles on how professionals are making their living with only an iphone.

When Apple says jump, Gruber says 'how high'?

It's pretty clear everyone knows what side their bread is buttered on.
4:13 pm — Tuesday, 18 April 2017
anonymous:
I am sure Tim Cuck and the boys must be thrilled. But seriously, how fake is this? To recap: Conde Naste hires a professional photog husband + wife team, Flies them and their _crew_ to Mexico MULTIPLE times. But instead of using professional equipment they say "fuck it, we'll just use an iPhone and it'll be fine, don't worry about the mid-five-figure cost." Put another way, I assume this means Nikon is existing the SLR business, right? Because all you need in this world in an iPhone 7, professional crew and Apple footing the bill to take amazing pics with an iPhone.
4:48 pm — Tuesday, 18 April 2017
Dumb Grub:
In perfect light, you can take a photo with pretty much any old shit and it will look great. The test of any camera comes when the light is poor. This is no test whatsoever, no proof that the iPhone as 'as good' as a pro camera, which is what is strongly implied by this PR stunt, which shill Grubs is doing all he can to succeed, because he is dumb, corrupt and has the mind and the mindset of an 8 year old playground bully.
7:04 pm — Tuesday, 18 April 2017
ano:
> (Also worth noting: Apple is a Bon Appétit advertiser. In fact, an ad on the back cover will highlight the fact that the cover photo was taken on an iPhone.)

So really, it's an advertising stunt paid for by Apple.
8:01 pm — Tuesday, 18 April 2017
No Comments for You:
Nice colors, but this photo looks pretty flat -- not like you'd want for the cover of a magazine.
10:09 pm — Tuesday, 18 April 2017
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