Winner of an Apple contest has his photo displayed on billboards in San Francisco

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Submissions from all over the world were asked to participate in a competition run by Apple to showcase photos taken with iPhones. Among other things, the winner will have her photographs posted on billboards throughout the Bay Area and on Apple’s Instagram page. Ashley Lee, a security engineer who recently graduated from graduate school, was one of 10 people selected for the iPhone macro challenge.

Apple’s iPhone photo contest winner is a San Francisco Local. Take a look at the new Apple billboards next time you’re driving down the highway; they’ll feature breathtaking photographs captured by regular folks using their iPhones. Ashley Lee, a native of San Francisco, was interviewed by NBC Bay Area about her photo being used in this new, exciting ad. After going around the home, she opened her fridge and discovered that she had fruit and cans of Coke. Her next step was to locate a vase, begin to pour, and pull out her iPhone 13.

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iPhone Product Marketing Kariann Drance stated that “It’s international,” according to the company. “We looked through tens of thousands of images. The winners represent the global iPhone community, from Argentina to China to Hungary to India to Italy to Thailand. Stay up to date on local news and weather conditions. Install the NBC Bay Area mobile app on your iOS or Android device and customize your notifications. During her time in COVID lockdown, Lee told NBC Bay Area that she felt motivated.

As she explained, she poured soda into the vase, placed the strawberry in it, and waited for the bubbles to appear on the fruit. At that point, she held her iPhone up to the glass and took macro images. Lee’s face is currently plastered across billboards in San Francisco.

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