chopping carrots since 1988
 

We're Trading In The Carrots For An Onion

Posted April 28, 2016
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We've been chopping the carrots since 1988.

It's the way we teach people to start to see the world - and shoot video - in segments.

More than 40,000 people have 'chopped the carrots' with us in the past 30 years

But yesterday, Drew Tierney, from NBC now, (but one of our early trainers (and oldest friends)) found a substitue vegetable.

Onions

Apple has produced a Chop The Onion video to demonstrate the remarkable power of their iPhone video and of a single image captured by it.

Personally, I am disappointed that they didn't use a carrot

(maybe their lawyers told them that we already had chop the carrots locked up - maybe, but unlikely).

However.. who am I to argue with Apple?

So from now on, we're doing Chop the Onion

And no tears...

 


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