Singapore’s chicken rice fight is on display in the new film ‘Shot on iPhone 13 Pro’

AppleInsider is supported by its readers, and as an Amazon Associate and affiliate partner, AppleInsider can earn revenue on qualifying purchases. These affiliate links do not affect our editorial content. Chef table creator David Gelb unveiled the item using the iPhone 13 Pro for Apple’s new film “Shot on iPhone”, “Poached,” which honors Singapore’s famous chicken dish.

Released on Sunday to Apple’s official YouTube channel, “Shot on iPhone 13 Pro – Poached” explores food served at hawker restaurants, food halls in Singapore, with the main focus being on chicken rice. Referred to as “normal pizza to New Yorkers” by chef and chef Bjorn Shen, chicken rice is the basis, and is the basis of the video story.

Produced by David Gelb, founder of “Chef Table” and director of “Discussing Dreams of Sushi,” the short magazine discusses the “chicken rice war” of the Tian Tian business at the Maxwell Restaurant. After MDM Foo founder Ms Loi’s daughter took over, there was a difference of opinion for working out the departure of chef Mr Wong.

Wong continues to open another similar business in a few stores, serving what he thinks is a way of cooking Tian Tian rice before taking control. Thus, two businesses offer the same dish but with a few exceptions, with each receiving their own audience.

A video released the same day shows how Gelb photographed the story on the iPhone 13 Pro. This includes mounting the iPhone on professional and three-dimensional sliders-grades, using multiple mounts and turntable tables, and other accessories.

With space at a premium in hawker small kitchens, the iPhone is seen as a way to capture video in harsh environments. Together with the Macro mode and the many tools offered, Gelb specializes in cinematic mode focus options such as being a behind-the-scenes production tool.

The ability to move the iPhone in places where it is difficult to position large settings is also widely used by the team. At one point, the iPhone was stuck in a pole attached to a large knife, used to provide food on the shelves. We also used the Apple Watch, as the next while making the iPhone worlds unusual.

“Paached” follows the February film “Life is But a Dream,” which Apple directed to Park Chan-wook, a world-renowned director known for films including “The Handmaiden” and “Oldboy.”

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