Apple has released a new “Saving Simon” vidoe for the shot on iPhone 13 Pro series. Directed by Oscar nominees Jason Reitman and his father, Ivan Reitman, the new promotional video is for everyone who is waiting for the holidays to arrive soon.
Apple highlights the camera feastures and quality of the new flagship iPhone models via its successful Shot on iPhone 13 Pro series. The latest iPhone 13 Pro camera system offers advanced features like cinematic mode for Hollywood style depth effects, ProRes video recording, sensor image stabilization, LiDAR scanner, improved Wide, Ultra-Wide and telephoto lenses to capture moments in suitable frames. And Reitmans have captured the essence of holiday through iPhone 13 Pro lenses.
Apple’s new Shot on iPhone 13 Pro video spreads the catagious spirit of holidays
Uploaded on Apple’s official YouTube channel, the three minutes long “Saving Simon” short-short movie tells the story of a young girl saving her snowman ‘Simon’ for the next holiday season. After successfully retriving Simon from her brother wrath, the young girl keeps the snowman safe in her refrigerator throughout the following year. Her connection with Simon inspires commitment, and preserves the joy of the holidays.
Previously, Shot on iPhone 13 Pro series introduced the “Everyday Experiments” videos to teach viewers how to record “beautiful and cinematic shots” just like in Hollywood movies using everyday objects by YouTubers Donghoon Jun. and James Thornton @Incite. And recently shared “A Dozen Eggs” video by French director Michel Gondry which uses Gondry’s signature inventive visual style of storytelling through the lens of the iPhone 13 Pro.
The camera system across the iPhone 13 series has received good reviews and professional photographer Austin Mann, took breaktaking pictures of the widlerness in Tanzania on his iPhone 13 Pro.