MOVE OVER JUSTIN BARBIN: This Guy Has Huji
Critics are raving. Cool images are swarming your Insta feed. Photographers everywhere are fearing for their careers. Why?
Mike got Huji. You may know Mike. You know, yeah, that Mike. We’ve all seen Mike chug a few Natty Lites and take home the Spikeball gold, and we’ve also all had our share of Mike kicking it back at La Macc. But that was all before Mike downloaded Huji on March 14th, 2018 at 5PM EST. Not only has Mike been forced to completely cut social time, but rumor has it he’s been slacking on his grades, too. That’s what happens when the unthinkable occurs: you become the next photography legend. Mike gave the inside scoop on how it all got started:
“It began with taking a few pics of my friends buttchugging some flokos (Four Lokos), and they for some reason really liked them. Since then I've kinda been taking over the photography scene."
Recently, it was announced that Mike was hired to photograph Pike formal. But it all comes with a price: the beloved campus photographer, Justin Barbin, has been running low on business. The Daily Reports he may go bankrupt if ZBT Boat Date doesn't pull through.
An interview with the founder of HUJI revealed some insight on this brand new technology:
“At first, we wanted to make something accessible to the public. Our developers thought to introduce a low-effort way for people to capture moments and express artistic creativity. But then we thought, fuck that. Instead, we chose to build something that took real skill and an eye for photography. Truthfully, we didn’t expect many people to get the hang of Huji, or the iPhone 10 camera. Those buttons can take years to master. Even I just recently figured that out! Holding a phone takes a lot more coordination than you might think. But the response we’re getting is amazing. There are some real closet-photographers out there. Mike's the best we've got so far.”
So, the next time you hear your boy Trevor say "Bro, let's shoot.", he might not be talking about your weekly Spikeball tournament. Instead, that guy might be the Banksy of Bobb-McCulloch.