During the presentation of this year’s iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, Apple showed a series of videos of recordings with the new cameras. This type of video is hardly flawed and its purpose is none other than to show the capabilities of the phones. In a new video published by Apple show us how they recorded them and all the preparation behind it.
As we can see in the video published by Apple in its official YouTube channel, they used the triple camera of the new iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max to record some scenes that were then used in the presentation videos . These scenes are perfectly calculated, and show that there’s a lot more work behind them than just picking up the phone and recording.
In the video of just over a minute we see three of the scenes used. Recorded by Justin Bettman, in the video we see from an outside perspective everything behind those scenes. Tripods to hold the iPhone 11 Pro Max, considerable spotlights and other items for lighting and more than just careful and perfected scenarios.
The iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max are the first Apple phones to introduce a third rear camera . The wide-angle camera and the telephoto lens were the two we had until now, in addition to the ultra-wide-angle camera. With it, wider scenes and more light are achieved. If we add to this all the potential that computer photography has, the results cannot be other than incredible.
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Apple recently published another video in which we see how a series of short black and white and colour films were recorded. Once again, taking advantage of everything that the triple camera allows (and possible external accessories that have been used and do not appear as such).