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."
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
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.
“The universe holds so much more than meets the eye. My telescope can open up the moon’s heavily battered surface, letting me see all of its craters, mountains and shadows. When it’s still and quiet, it feels like there’s nothing separating you and the wonders of the night sky.” Marking the 50th anniversary of the #apollo11 landing, #ShotoniPhone by Andrew S. @failedprotostar Music: “Galaxy Glider” by Coldcut
“Observing how bacteria and fungi behave is captivating. They come in all different shapes, sizes and colors. They can cause terrible illnesses, but are also the source of many lifesaving antibiotics. Since much of traditional microbiology is being automated and skills like identifying bacteria by appearance may be lost, hopefully our page can help to educate and also raise interest in our field.” #science #ShotoniPhone by Samuel Y. @bacteriagram Music: "LesAlpx" by @floatingpoints
Color Coded: Blue Music: “Blue” by Ken Nordine, the late “word jazz” genius. #Blue #ShotoniPhone by... Christina J. @xinafaye , Ashraful A. @the ash.are, Toni P. @tonipascualcuenca , Antonia S. @so asa, Marko V. @mark o, Christian F. @nocamerabag , Maaniu R. @maniurashydh , Delphine C. @delphine2lyon , Brian W. @brian walker, Musthafa B.U. @am_a_shutterbug , Darving M. @darvingmiquia