Who Needs a Camera When You Can Photograph a Wedding With an iPhone?
Feb 04, 2016 00:13
You're about to see the beautiful work of award-winning Israeli photographer, Sephi Bergerson. He's been shooting weddings since 2002, and needless to say, he's damn good at it. This time, he decided to do something different. He decided to use an iPhone.
Bergeson shot a three-day wedding in November 2015 using an iPhone 6S Plus.
He had to find a couple who was willing to give him the chance to do so. Couple Ayushi and Abhishek has a lot of trust in him.
And it paid off.
Bergeson said that it was actually harder than it looks. Daytime pictures were great, but night pictures remained tricky.
He does admit that this isn't going to replace cameras anytime soon.
But seriously, who needs cameras these days when your phone is good enough?
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