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Check Out Apple’s Dedicated Page for Moon Photography

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As spotted by a Reddit user, it appears that Apple’s official UAE website has a page dedicated to Moon Photography as a tribute to the most iconic symbol of ‘Eid,’ an important religious holiday celebrated twice a year by Muslims all over the world.

Moon

For those who aren’t familiar, the crescent symbol is primarily used to represent the moon in the Islamic culture although not necessarily in a particular lunar phase. Apple’s page shares the work of five amateur photographers from UAE, who took to desert to shoot the moon on iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus through its different phases.

“With the aid of a telescope, the photographers spent 21 nights over the course of a month under the light of the stars. The result is a stunning collection of photos and videos capturing the different phases of the moon.”

Moon pic

Apple has also shared a video titled ‘How to shoot the moon’ on the website. You can check it out at the source page.

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