Apple has just published a new video for its ‘Shot on iPhone 13’ series on YouTube, titled ‘Everyday Experiments: Hollywood at Home’.
In the infotainment-style video, Dong Hoon Jun and visual artist James Thornton return to demonstrate how you can use everyday objects from around your house, coupled with an iPhone 13, to create cinematic action sequences and picturesque landscape shots. The pair also details how you can use specific angles to make your subject look bigger.
For the video, Jun and Thornton use RC cars to film an entire vehicle chase sequence, create a vast and expansive landscape using everyday food items, and create a monster attack scene with some help from their pets.
The iPhone 13’s videography prowess is pretty well-documented, and the video offers some valuable tips on how to best utilize it. The video also explores Cinematic Mode, which is exclusive to the iPhone 13 series at the moment, and some of Apple’s video filters.
The stunning new video shows how special effects are captured with the iPhone 13 Pro using a set of props such as an outer space look, anti-gravity, and hyperspeed, among others.
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