In the Keynote of September 10 we saw how Apple showed us a series of really interesting videos that stood out for their high quality, almost cinematic . These videos that we were told were recorded with the iPhone 11 Pro surely have created some doubts among some users who think that Apple actually recorded it with a professional camera. In order to remove all the doubts that have been created about this Apple has published a video on its YouTube channel called ‘behind the scenes’ where we can see how these videos were recorded with the iPhone 11 Pro and we saw in his presentation.
In this video that lasts about one minute we can see all the accessories that were used to record these scenes . Obviously you don’t take your iPhone by hand and go to a nice place to shoot videos but everything is very calculated to get a great result using spotlights, tripods and other accessories to get a good result. The camera that was used is the one of the iPhone 11 Pro in hands of Justin Bettman.
We have said countless times that with these cameras we can have incredible results but obviously you have to have some knowledge to be able to take advantage of the three cameras that Apple has included for the first time in these equipments. If you are a professional as seen in this video with a simple iPhone 11 Pro we can have an incredible result that seems to have been made with a totally professional camera. We’re still surprised that with such a small device we can get such good results.
Obviously, most of us are amateurs in taking pictures and videos but Apple doesn’t want that to be the case. We want to put a lot of emphasis on the Today at Apple sessions that are held at the Apple Store for free for all users where they will show you how to take amazing pictures. In addition to having the necessary tool to make incredible photographs we must know how to take advantage of them and with these sessions you will surely do it. That’s why if you want to get a lot out of your device and its cameras the best thing you can do is go to a Today at Apple and learn from real professionals.
You may not get results like the ones we saw in the Keynote last September 10th because obviously it is tremendously calculated but no doubt your pictures will improve a lot and you will get more out of the team.
Leave us in the comment box what you think about this video, do you think you can do this with your iPhone?