With the arrival of new mobile devices, a discussion on how to take photos and how to record videos. Do we continue with the horizontal of a lifetime? Can we accept vertical video? For color tastes, in the end it is best to do what you like, and yes, you can be very creative recording vertically. And if not, tell Apple now Damien Chazelle. This has directed a new short shot entirely with an iPhone 11 Pro. The result is exciting ... After the jump we give you all the details of The Stunt Double the new short from Apple's Shot on iPhone campaign.
As you have seen, from the beginning they encourage us to put the device in which we are going to see the short film vertically, VERTICAL CINEMA appears during this sequence and already tells us a bit about what the thing is about. For those to whom it doesn't ring a bell, Damien Chazelle was the director of La La Land (won the Oscar for Best Director for this movie) and the (amazing) Whiplash. A 9-minute short film that, as we tell you, has been shot with an iPhone 11 Pro and all the footage has been shot vertically. During the short film, we see labels that indicate some of the characteristics that are being used in each sequence: extended dynamic range, video stabilization, super wide angle lens, etc.
And as you have seen in the previous video, Along with the short film a Making Of has been published of the same. In it you can see how the iPhone has been used in each shot, obviously they use cinematographic equipment although it is surprising to see how they have been shot some of the shots with the iPhone handheld and with incredible results thanks to the video stabilization of the iPhone 11 Pro.