‘Shot on iPhone’ film reveals camera tricks for capturing the beauty of spring

‘Shot on iPhone’ film reveals camera tricks for capturing the beauty of spring


‘Full Bloom’ is a demonstration reel for what can be down with ann iPhone 12 camera
Full Bloom sets out to inspire budding photographers and videographers with what they can do with just an iPhone 12 camera.
Photo: Apple

Full Bloom, a new spring-themed video commissioned by Apple, includes some amazing photography done with an iPhone 12. It’s part of the long-running “Shot on iPhone” series that demonstrates the capabilities of the cameras built into Apple handsets. A highlight of the latest offering is stop-motion video done with flowers and fruit.

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The YouTube video was created by Donghoon J. and James T. of Incite. The artists start by creating stop-motion video, which involves a lot of work for them. But then they demonstrate the slo-mo capabilities built into the iPhone 12.

The third segment of Full Bloom includes some amazing time-lapse video of flowers blooming taken with the camera built into Apple’s latest handset.

Take in more ‘Shot on iPhone’ videos

Those using older iOS models shouldn’t feel intimidated. In 2020, Apple commissioned a video showing off the Ultra Wide camera in the iPhone 11 Pro in the scenic Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada.

Or there’s a video that pushs the iPhone XS Max camera to its limit in the conceptual video Glacier.

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