Apple launches documentary short video “A Nian Behind the Lens”, year 2021 apple AD video duration 11 minutes, Chinese new year legend reimagined as a contemporary coming-of-age story, Shot on iPhone 12 Pro Max. Directed by Lulu Wang and created by the team behind the Golden Globe nominated film, The Farewell.
After watching the short film “A Nian”, iPhone fans take a behind-the-scenes short film and learn some shooting skills, according short film, no external lens for this shooting, only gimbal stabilizers.
Shooting quality low light video with your iPhone 12 Pro Max is not only possible, and flexibility of iPhone as shooting devices, Put the iPhone in the lunch box, fix it on the chopsticks, put it in the sink to take pictures of washing dishes, fix it on the wheel of the wheelchair, the operations are precisely the unique advantages of the small size of the phones when shooting.
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Although the picture quality is definitely not better than a professional camera, but with a lightweight iPhone, you can also shoot more impact and differentiated shots videos.
The short film “A Nian” telling a fairy tale, Tells about a little girl wandering in the fantasy world and the real world, but what actually explores is whether have the courage to explore the unknown world. Parents, teachers, and friends around us protect, and fear be hurt in the unknown world, response on part seems to be crucial to our experience of beauty.
Details of the short film Shot on iPhone 12 Pro Max I Chinese New Year – Nian
– All video taken by the iPhone 12 Pro Max Dolby Vision mode.
– Most of the scenes in the video were shot in low light.
– There is no external lens, only anti-shake stabilized gimbal.
– The video was shot in Guizhou, China.