“Phoneography” seems to be gaining in popularity when it comes to magazine covers. After Billboard, Sports Illustrated and Elle, TIME Magazine also went down this road. But, they went a bit further than just issuing one cover shot with a smartphone. They hired a talented Brazilian photographer Luisa Dörr to shoot 46 portraits and 12 magazine covers with an iPhone, using nothing but natural light and a reflector. The portraits and covers are a part of TIME’s “Firsts” project, featuring 46 women who are changing the world.
‘Photographers have the power to capture human moments.’
This is the opening line of the inspiring new short film created by Cooperative of Photography, affectionately known to as COOPH. As cliche as it may sound, the truth couldn’t ring more clearly.
A single image can stop the world in its tracks and, at least for a moment, put the viewer in the shoes of the photographer or subject.[Read More…]