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Aussie mag shoots iconic Instagrammer with an iPhone for its cover

For those who follow fashion, you’d know of Australia’s Margaret Zhang, who’s had a stunning rise from blogger to a huge name in the world of couture.Zhang returned to her digital roots, of sorts, by appearing on the cover of Australia’s  ELLE Magazine that was shot on an iPhone.

Shot during sunset on Bondi Beach by fashion photographer Georges Antoni, it’s the first magazine cover in Australia shot with the iPhone 7 Plus’ portrait mode, and follows similar work in the U.S. with Billboard magazine back in February.

“One thing that struck me was how liberating it was to shoot and not worry about lenses, tripods, tethering to the computer, etc.,” Antoni said in a statement.

“It’s also such an interesting dynamic to see how the public are so conditioned to seeing people shooting on their phones that they don’t really take notice, so the shoot could happen in a much more stealth way.”

It’s a somewhat similar shot to the aforementioned Billboard cover, which features Camila Cabello outdoors with a healthy serve of soft light. Try it next time on your next selfie, folks.

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Article courtesy Mashable.

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