And Apple goes on with its campaign “Filmed with iPhone” (“Shot on iPhone”), which brings small videos of different types and genres all filmed, as the name implies, with iPhones.
The newest video in the series, simply titled Christopher Anderson, goes in a different direction than recent ones: instead of the artistic and conceptual filming, here is a kind of mini-guide on how to take pictures with the iPhone vertically starring, of course, photographer Christopher Anderson, known for his striking portraits.
In the short, Anderson shares some tips and techniques on how to make the most of iPhone in portraiture, learning to understand aspects like light, volume and color to use to your advantage. The photographer also makes some practical experiments using everyday objects (such as mirrors, bottles, keys and wires) to create unexpected and striking compositions.
The video itself, fully filmed on an iPhone XS, was produced in vertical orientation and is therefore designed to be assisted on mobile devices. Nothing prevents you from seeing it on your Mac, however just ignore the huge black bars on either side of the screen.
It's cool, isn't it?