Figurehead of Apple since the departure of Steve Jobs, Tim Cook regularly represents the brand at events such as the last Oscar ceremony or the inauguration of new stores. But these are not the only occasions when the leader speaks publicly, since you can also follow him on the social network Twitter like more than thirteen million other Internet users.
Suffice to say that with such an audience, the surprise of the photographer Anthony Schmidt was guaranteed when the CEO shared his work from his official account. The young fourteen-year-old artist has already exhibited in galleries and specializes in shots immortalizing scale models of old vehicles in front of real landscapes cleverly used as backgrounds. Judge for yourself, the result is strikingly realistic:
From the age of six, Anthony has expressed his love for photography. He now shares his larger-than-life iPhone images of model cars with fans around the world and his creativity really shines through! #ShotOniPhone #AutismAcceptanceMonth 📸IG: anthony_ryan_schmidt pic.twitter.com/kJTcGhvB6A
— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) April 2, 2022
Support the artist
To discover all the photos of the creator and behind the scenes of their realization, meet at this address. Note that some images can also be ordered from an online store to find right here. Count twenty-five dollars (about 22.65 euros at the current exchange rate) for a small print and one hundred and fifty (about 135 euros) for a poster size.
With free delivery from a hundred dollars spent on the site, it may be a nice gift for vintage model enthusiasts. Schmidt also offers a book of 132 pages, a calendar for the year 2022, postcards in sets of 24 and illustrated greeting cards.
A powerful smartphone
With three sensors on the back like that of our budding photographer, the iPhone 13 Pro Max is Apple’s best photophone to date. It has a system twelve megapixels with wide-angle, telephoto and ultra wide-angle. In other words, exactly what it takes to play intelligently with the decor.
It costs €1,259 to afford the model with 128 GB of internal storage, but the iPhone 13 Pro has the same rear photo module for less with a price tag of 1,159 euros. However, you will not benefit from the 6.7-inch diagonal to better frame your subjects, nor from 4K in ProRes, two advantages reserved for the most expensive product.
The iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max