The iPhone has become an incredible photographic device over time, and the iPhone 11 Pro is the ultimate expression of this ability. We have already seen numerous videos recorded with iPhone 11 Pro, even official Apple announcements, so its quality is more than proven.
Last year, Apple commissioned the duo of directors Julien Vallée and Eve Duhamel a short film for Today at Apple, free creative sessions held at all Apple Stores around the world. Now this movie called Glacier and shot 100% with the iPhone XS Max is now available.
Glacier, the short film recorded with the iPhone 11 Pro
The otherworldly 1 minute short was shot entirely on iPhone XS Max using Moment lenses and the FiLMiC Pro app. This incredible result is recorded with the iPhone of the year 2018, so it is shown that the quality of Apple devices is beyond doubt in terms of their photographic performance.
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If you’ve recently visited an Apple Store with a big screen, chances are you’ve seen footage from this short. In the same way, if you have attended any of the Today at Apple sessions on iPhone recording techniques, you may have also been able to see this work.
It is not the first time that roads of Vallée Duhamel and Apple intersectThe studio has also collaborated with Apple on previous campaigns, including a series of fun ads featuring the iPad Pro.
The iPhone and your cameras are really amazing and over time they have replaced conventional cameras for most users. It is something that manufacturers are working more and more on and device cameras are always an important part of every presentation of a new smartphone.