TIME Magazine Shoots a Series of Covers on the iPhone

Author: Lindsay Jernigan
09.14 / Tech

You may think a selfie is not complete without perfect lighting, 16 different angles, and 20 different filters. TIME Magazine has just proved that is not, in fact, the case. For their latest issue, TIME Magazine hired famed photographer Luisa Dörr to shoot 46 portraits and 12 magazine covers using nothing but an iPhone, natural light, and a reflector.

The project was for the "Firsts" issue, celebrating 46 extraordinary women who are changing the world. Kira Pollack, TIME Magazine's Director of Photography and Visual Enterprise, discovered Luisa Dörr on Instagram. Each photo represents a woman who was the "first" to reach a major accomplishment. Hilary Clinton, Oprah, Selena Gomez, and Ava DuVernay are among the women featured. Indeed, Dörr is one of the "firsts" women, being the first woman to shoot a TIME Magazine cover using only an iPhone.

Check out more of Luisa Dörr's "100% iPhone Made" photos on her Instagram page.

Hillary Clinton is the first woman to win a major party’s nomination for President. #sheisthefirst @time

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Lori Robson is the first woman to lead a top-tier U.S Comabat Command. @time #sheisthefirst

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@selenagomez Is the first person to reach 100 million followers on Instagram. #sheisthefirst @time

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