See gorgeous shots from Paris iPhone photo exhibition


“I Remember You,” a two-day photography exhibition highlighting original work shot on iPhone 15 Pro Max, opens in Paris Friday.
Photo: Apple

An iPhone photography exhibition called “I Remember You” debuts Friday in Paris — but here’s your chance to scope out some of the fantastic iPhone 15 Pro Max photos online.

The two-day exhibition at the Salon Corderie showcases work by five esteemed photographers, Apple said Thursday.

‘I Remember You’ exhibits iPhone photography with theme of nostalgia in Paris

You can check out “I Remember You” in person starting Friday for two days — if you’re in or near the French capital or plan to go there. But thanks to the internet, you can also look at some of the work right here.

“‘I Remember You’ brings together five photographers who share their deeply personal conceptions of memory, connection and nostalgia,” said Isolde Brielmaier, the exhibition’s curatorial adviser. “It is a moving glimpse of life, preserved in time.”

Here’s Apple’s description of the exhibition:

“I Remember You,” a two-day photography exhibition opening in Paris on Friday, November 10, will highlight original work shot on iPhone 15 Pro Max celebrating the intersection of photography and nostalgia. The collective work of esteemed artists Malin Fezehai, Karl Hab, Vivien Liu, Mika Ninagawa, and Stefan Ruiz incorporates people, places and things that move them, exploring the transience of their most precious memories and the power of photography to preserve them. And in doing so, they showcase the utility, ease of use and image quality enabled by the impressive capabilities of the camera system on their iPhone 15 Pro Max.

Highly capable iPhone 15 Pro Max cameras

Apple pointed out that iPhone 15 Pro users have the equivalent of seven pro camera lenses in their pocket, not to mention a 5x telephoto camera and a 48MP main camera with a high-resolution 24MP default for high-quality images.

Photography and photographer comments

Malin Fezehai photo with roller-skates
New York City-based Eritrean/Swedish photographer Malin Fezehai shot these dazzling roller-skated feet.
Photo: Malin Fezehai/Apple

“I hope viewers leave the exhibition with an appreciation for the boundless spirit of personal expression, and understand how intertwined freedom, determination, and artistry are.”

— Malin Fezehai, photographer based in New York City

"I Remember You" iPhone photo exhibition Karl Hab photo
Paris-based photographer and engineer Karl Had shot this highly structured photo of stacked cafe chairs.
Photo: Karl Hab/Apple

“Shooting with iPhone is like having a third hand that could capture exactly what I wanted when I wanted.”

— Karl Hab, photographer based in Paris

"I Remember You" iPhone photo exhibition Paris
Hong Kong-based Vivien Liu captured this black-and-white combination of portrait and landscape.
Photo: Vivien Liu/Apple

“The 5x lens on iPhone 15 Pro Max was indispensable when trying to zero in on the details and textures of the aged buildings around me.”

— Vivien Liu, photographer based in Hong Kong

"I Remember You" iPhone photo exhibition, Mika Ninagawa
This vivid still life with dream-like colors is by Tokyo-based photographer Mika Ninagawa.
Photo: Mika Ninagawa/Apple

“In this exhibition, I want the viewers to be left with an appreciation for the strength of formal portraiture and get a glimpse of the character of these individuals.”

–Stefan Ruiz, photographer based in Brooklyn

"I Remember You" iPhone photo exhibition, Paris, Stefan Ruiz
Brooklyn, New York-based photographer Stefan Ruiz shots portraits for the exhibition.
Photo: Stefan Ruiz/Apple

“I Remember You” will be on display at the Salon Corderie in Le Marais in Paris on Friday, November 10, and Saturday, November 11, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Read more about the photographers and their work here.


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