Ctinuing the “Shot iPhe” series of experiments started in September 2018, Apple has now released its fourth video. “Experiments IV: Fire Ice” is also the first to use the iPhe 11 Pro.
“Find out how the iPhe 11 Pro can capture incredible images of elements at their most extreme,” said Apple its YouTube channel.
Showcasing the video work of Dgho Jun and James Thornt of Incite, the video highlights the high-quality images and features of the iPhe 11 Pro such as slow moti. No sequence was generated by computer, they are ly close-up photos of practical effects involving flames and ice.
In additi to the new 1’44 “editi, Apple has released a behind-the-scenes video that is about twice the length and details of how the effects were produced.
The “Shot iPhe” experiences are all taken in portrait rather than landscape, and generally feature the same photographers, Dgho Jun and James Thornt. The very first was produced by Dgho Jun and “Sean S.”, and included a slow moti and a time-lapse video filmed an iPhe XS.
For the secd experiment, published in January 2019, Dgho Jun and James Thornt mounted 32 iPhe XR devices a ball time platform that captures 360 degrees of view.
The third video in the series, published in June 2019, was devoted to water.