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Commissioned by Apple. Low-light images captured before and after #Nightmode on the #iPhone11Pro #ShotoniPhone by...
1. Geordie W. @geordiewood "Night mode mimics how the human eye would see in the dark, much better than a traditional still camera."
2. Jason N. @Jason_nocito_studio "The fact you can shoot in almost complete darkness and get great portraits is really surprising."
3. Laura J. C. @laurajanecoulson "Color saturation was great. Teamed with the Wide camera, the cinematic images you can create are truly amazing."
“River in the sky.” #lightning #ShotoniPhone by Jonas P. @jonaspiontek at Bourg-en-Bresse
Commissioned by Apple. “The mechanism of shifting from Wide to Ultra Wide to pull back and view the picture in its entirety is actually a metaphor for storytelling.” #perspective #ShotoniPhone by Justin B. @justinbettman. Check out Stories to get the bigger picture.
Commissioned by Apple. “The dynamic range of all three cameras of the iPhone 11 Pro is really impressive. From daylight to low light, you can transition through the whole spectrum using the triple-camera system.” #HDR #ShotoniPhone by Justin B. @justinbettman. Check out Stories to get the bigger picture.
Commissioned by Apple. “From Ultra Wide to Wide and Telephoto, we’re capturing multiple perspectives from a single position using the iPhone 11 Pro. Focusing on the fine detail of the space interior, we alternate cameras to pull back and reveal the full context of the street. It gives us the flexibility to create a heightened reality.” #ultrawideangle #ShotoniPhone by Justin B. @justinbettman. Check out Stories to get the bigger picture.
Commissioned by Apple. “The iPhone 11 Pro frees up the filmmaking process. There’s incredible video quality. The ability to move. Amazing performance in low light and a truly cinematic feel using Ultra Wide. Now, there’s no excuse. Anyone can tell a story.” #4K #ShotoniPhone by Diego C. @hidiegoc
Showcase 26: #TheAbstractSeries
Favorites from last week's Community Brief
1. William G. @willkhalifaman
2. Andy G. @andygrant
3. Emilia K. @emilia____photographe
4. Pamela B. @pamelaberlanga
5. Fred D. @_freddelgado
6. Florian Z. @flori_anz_enk
7. Jasnoor S. @jasnoorkhalsa
8. Palida B. & Chayanee C. @dogduckpugpedd
9. Yasser A. @yassering
10. Ilya B. @bartonsup
"Pachamama." #andes #ShotoniPhone by Don M. @donmarqvez
Commissioned by Apple. "It is just as important to have women of color behind the camera as in front of it. Inclusivity is vital. Through my photography, I love representing women as strong, beautiful figures." #color #ShotoniPhone by Adrienne R. @adrienneraquel Check IGTV to learn about Adrienne's process.
"I want to represent every corner of my city." #riodejaneiro #ShotoniPhone by Rafael T. @rafatorresrj at Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro
Commissioned by Apple. “El Camino de Santiago pushes your limits. You learn that on your own, step by step, you can achieve something that looks impossible.” #CaminodeSantiago #ShotoniPhone by César P. @cesarpesquera. Score by Mans O. @mans_o. Check out Stories and IGTV for more. at Camino de Santiago
Commissioned by Apple. “We think of food visually, as an object in still life rather than "food photography". We were really inspired by weird track lighting and bright lights to bring out the shine of metallics and the texture of AstroTurf.” #StillLife #ShotoniPhone by Kelsey M. @kelseymcclellan and Michelle M. @pandahandler Check IGTV for the full story. at California
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