Parody ad shows what 'Shot on iPhone' videos really look like

Parody ad shows us what ‘Shot on iPhone’ videos really look like


Check out "Shot on iPhone" ads like you've never seen them before. 
Photo: Elite Daily

Apple’s crowdsourced “Shot on iPhone” ad campaign has been described as a “game changer” by Cannes Outdoor Lions jury president Juan Carlos Ortiz, but — let’s face it — most of the videos we shoot daily on our iPhones aren’t the kind of artistic masterpieces Apple chooses to highlight.

With that in mind, Elite Daily has put together a hilarious compilation of “honest” iPhone 6 ads, which are a bit closer to reality for most folks. Check them out below:

From people dropping their iPhones in soup to inadvertent photobombing, the ads certainly ring true to us.

This isn’t the first time people have poked fun at Apple’s latest iPhone campaign. Previously a pair of guerrilla street artists mocked the print version of the ad campaign by putting up a range of unlikely photos (also supposedly “shot on iPhone”) around the San Francisco area.

“All the photos Apple selected for the campaign are beautiful,” one of the artists noted. “Our thought was that people don’t always take pretty pictures on their phones, so we thought it would be funny to show the other, non-beautiful, photos people take.”

If you haven’t seen Apple’s genuinely stunning authentic “Shot on iPhone” ads you can check them out right here.

Via: Huffington Post


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