Apple CEO Tim Cook tweets about photos shot by TN students using iPhone

Apple CEO Tim Cook tweets about photos shot by TN students using iPhone

Apple CEO Tim Cook tweeted on Saturday (March 26) that photographs shot by forty students on diverse subjects related to Tamil Nadu, were clicked on an iPhone 13 Mini. These works, effectively capturing the vibrancy in their communities, have been selected for an exhibition at Egmore Museum titled ‘A Land of Stories’, he added.

Photograph of Besant Nagar beach shot by Tiana Mardia at the exhibition titled ‘Land of Stories’

The Apple chief wrote on his twitter post that forty high school students from Tamil Nadu, India, had captured the ‘vibrance’ behind their communities on iPhone 13 mini. “Now, their work is featured in the student showcase at the historic Egmore Museum for the Chennai Photo Biennale,” he added.

He also attached two images from the exhibition to his post and added the signature hashtag, “Shot On iPhone”, to the post.

Photo shot Alwarpet by Rakshita Agarwal at the exhibition

Chennai Photo Biennale has organised this exhibition, which portrays Tamil Nadu, a land of endless stories, through the lenses of these young artists.  The “unfiltered vision of the students” combined with the plethora of stories available in Tamil Nadu have produced a compelling narrative for the viewer, according to the organisers of the exhibition on their  website. The photographs focusses on Tamil Nadu’s diverse people, food, architecture, landscapes, and cultural trails.

Over the last few months, the students had been invited to document Tamil Nadu’s heritage, both natural and man-made. This exhibition of the works of these student photographers will be on display at the venue till April 17.

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