Jazz up Your iPhone Movies With These Concepts From Apple
Should you’re searching for some inspiration on the right way to shoot extra participating movies in your iPhone — or any smartphone for that matter — then try a brand new video launched by Apple with precisely that intention in thoughts.
Made in collaboration with creatives Donghoon Jun and James Thornton of Incite, the video, titled On a regular basis Experiments; Full Bloom, gives up plenty of flower-focused concepts to take your videography expertise to the subsequent stage.
Apple’s video begins off with the pair making a stop-motion film the place you are taking a sequence of images whereas making small changes to the topic within the body. This fashion, you’ll be able to provide you with some actually artistic clips, with Jun and Thornton utilizing the method to seemingly rework fruits and veggies into flowers. And whether or not you will have an iPhone or an Android gadget, the provision of stop-motion video apps like Cease Movement Studio (App Retailer; Google Play) imply that anybody can have a go.
Transferring on, the 2 creatives then play about with the iPhone’s slow-motion mode, experimenting with varied methods to see which produce the most effective outcomes. Take a look at what they provide you with utilizing flowers, highlighter ink, and UV mild.
Greater than something, the video is a reminder to dig into your smartphone’s digital camera’s capabilities relatively than simply utilizing the shutter button to snap a simple image each time. Do you ever use the timelapse function, for instance? Jun and Thornton present some fairly spectacular outcomes achieved by merely establishing the function for an in a single day shoot after which checking again within the morning.
This isn’t the primary time Apple has labored with the 2 pictures lovers. Quickly after the iPhone launched final yr, for instance, Jun and Thornton produced their first On a regular basis Experiments video providing options on the right way to make your iPhone movies extra eye-catching. Just like the pair’s most up-to-date effort, the video additionally made use of the iPhone’s slow-motion mode, whereas additionally highlighting its Night time Mode and macro capabilities.
Oh, and make sure you try this Apple video, too, that includes some inspiring concepts on the right way to make your movies clips look extra like one thing out of a Hollywood film.