Apple has managed to develop a great strategy to show the qualities of the camera of the iPhone 11, thanks to its series 'Shot on iPhone', available on YouTube in which every time the content is renewed, showing increasingly incredible experiences, surrounded by stunning natural surroundings. In a new video presented this week, Apple shows the capabilities of Ultra Wide camera Of the device.
In the last video of the series Shot on iPhone, it has been titled “‘ Valley of Fire '” and according to Apple's description, it highlights how the iPhone 11 Pro captured 4K video from another world using the Ultra Wide camera on this deep dive in the Valley of Fire. Fifty miles from Las Vegas are the remains of a monumental geological process, 200 million years ago.
‘Shot on iPhone’ continues to show the potential of iPhone 11 Pro
In details, the video filmed on an iPhone 11 Pro, offers panoramic images of the iconic sandstone structures that make up the Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada. The song in the video is "Frontier" by Holly Herndon and has a duration of two minutes in which you walk through the contrast of textures and colors offered by the wonderful scenery.
With the project “Shot on iPhone” Apple aims to show the video and photographic capabilities of the iPhone. Other deliveries have included a recent announcement showing the enhanced night mode of iPhone 11, as well as an eight-minute short film for Chinese New Year or the ingenious cinematic snowball fight Filmed on iPhone 11 Pro by director David Leitch.
Undoubtedly, the creation of this type of content has been a great commitment to Apple, managing to position and maintain the expectation of the followers with each delivery. Surprised with ‘Valley of Fire’?