Apple lleva tiempo mostrando anuncios en Instagram desde hace tiempo. Pero a partir de hoy, la compañía ha decidido dar un paso más creando un perfil oficial en la red social de Facebook. Obviamente, al centrarse en fotos y videos, se podrá ver el potencial de la cámara de su iPhone.
Qué verás en el perfil oficial de Apple en Instagram
Al igual que en la larga campaña de Apple “Shot on iPhone”, el perfil de Instagram ofrecerá exclusivamente fotos y videos acreditados de usuarios de todo el mundo. La compañía dice que nunca aparecerán las galerías de fotos de productos, anuncios publicitarios o marketing de otras compañías, por lo que resulta un buen lugar donde ver contenido de calidad hecho por la gente.
Apple invita a los usuarios a compartir sus propias fotos hechas con un iPhone en Instagram usando el hashtag #ShotoniPhone. Te dejamos con sus primeras publicaciones:
#ShotoniPhone by… – 1. Mirabai M. @mirafilm “Beekeeping is incredibly addictive. Once you start, it’s very hard to stop. I think I’ll probably be a beekeeper for the rest of my life.” – 2. Jeremy S. @jeremysnell “I do show people the photos I take of them. A lot of these people have never really had their picture taken before, so this is really special to them. I think it opens people up in a new way, when they are able to see themselves in an image.” – 3. Daniil S. @daniil “I want to show the backstage – we’re surrounded by so much beauty that we take for granted. For us it’s so common. We don’t see the beauty anymore.” – 4. Marcelo N. @marcelonava “I like to walk, exploring a city, knowing every little space within the world.” – 5. Dave S. @davesandford “An adrenaline rush? Quite the opposite actually. I find swimming with sharks to be very peaceful.”
#ShotoniPhone by… – 1. Paul O. @pauloctavious “I’ve just always been attracted to rainbows. It’s like magic. But now that I know how rainbows are made, it’s like I’m performing my own magic.” – 2. Tyrone P. @robotfaced “I’ve actually found two or three, or let’s say two and a half, species of chameleons that are not officially known to science. You can’t look in a text book or a field guide and find these animals. There’s simply not enough known about them.” – 3. Jirasak P @joez19 “I live in a small town and own a small trucking fleet in Thailand. I am not a professional photographer.” – 4. Jenn Z. @thesdcowgirl “I feel claustrophobic when I go to the city now. You get so used to being able to see for miles. I call it cowgirl church.” – 5. Yais Y. @_yaisyusman_ “I call the series The Hanging Collection. It’s simply creating an illusion of a person hanging.”
#ShotoniPhone by… – 1. Dawn D. @dawn_denfeld “When I was diagnosed with degenerative spinal arthritis, I needed to find a hobby that didn’t require a lot of walking. Now, I love to capture water drop refractions and reflections on flowers, dandelions, and cobwebs that I gather from my garden.” – 2. Chinami M. @1000wave “My grandmother is constantly laughing whenever we shoot photos and I always enjoy seeing her smile. I’m just a greedy grandchild, hoping to squeeze as many smiles as I can.” – 3. Kevin R. @kevinruss “The sounds at this chapel were unlike any sounds I was hearing anywhere else. So I added sound to the photo just to have people feel what I felt.” – 4. John D. @abstractconformity “As captain of a ship, I go around the world. At times, we’ve gotten voyage instructions from the office and literally had to go get an atlas off the shelf cause we’re like, ‘Where in the world is this?’”