Apple Shares New ‘Saudi Desert Riders’ Shot on iPhone Video

Apple today shared a new video in its ongoing “Shot on iPhone” series, showing off the photographic capabilities of the iPhone 11 Pro.

Shot in the Al Kharrarah Desert in Saudi Arabia, the video features a group of Saudi riders racing through the sand dunes in ATVs and on dirt bikes.


In one of the toughest terrains of Saudi Arabia, see how a group of Saudi riders have taken themselves to the limit. Captured in 4K and featuring the triple-camera system, the ‌iPhone 11 Pro‌ is ready for action.

Apple has shared dozens of “Shot on ‌iPhone‌” photos and videos over the course of the last several years, updating the content with the launch of each new ‌iPhone‌ model.

Apple’s ‌‌iPhone 11 Pro‌‌, which is used for the newest ad, features a triple-lens camera with the best wide-angle sensor Apple has released so far along with a telephoto lens and a super wide-angle lens for better landscape shots.

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Apple today shared a new video in its ongoing "Shot on iPhone" series, showing off the photographic capabilities of the iPhone 11 Pro.

Shot in the Al Kharrarah Desert in Saudi Arabia, the video features a group of Saudi riders racing through the sand dunes in ATVs and on dirt bikes.

In one of the toughest terrains of Saudi Arabia, see how a group of Saudi riders have taken themselves to the limit. Captured in 4K and featuring the triple-camera system, the ‌iPhone 11 Pro‌ is ready for action.
Apple has shared dozens of "Shot on ‌iPhone‌" photos and videos over the course of the last several years, updating the content with the launch of each new ‌iPhone‌ model.

Apple's ‌‌iPhone 11 Pro‌‌, which is used for the newest ad, features a triple-lens camera with the best wide-angle sensor Apple has released so far along with a telephoto lens and a super wide-angle lens for better landscape shots.


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Apple Shares New ‘Snowbrawl’ Shot on iPhone 11 Pro Video

Apple this afternoon shared a new video in its long running “Shot on iPhone” series, this time showing off the photographic capabilities of the iPhone 11 Pro.

The new “Snowbrawl” video features a cinematic snowball fight between two warring teams.

“Make your holiday videos epic with the highest-quality video in a smartphone, ever,” reads the tagline for the video, which was directed by David Leitch.

Apple has also shared a companion video that offers up a look behind the scenes at how the new ad was shot.

Apple has shared many “Shot on ‌iPhone‌” photos and videos over the years, updating the available content with the launch of each new ‌iPhone‌ model.

Apple’s ‌iPhone 11 Pro‌, which is used for the newest ad, features a triple-lens camera with the best wide-angle sensor Apple has released so far along with a telephoto lens and a super wide-angle lens for better landscape shots.

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Apple this afternoon shared a new video in its long running "Shot on iPhone" series, this time showing off the photographic capabilities of the iPhone 11 Pro.

The new "Snowbrawl" video features a cinematic snowball fight between two warring teams.


"Make your holiday videos epic with the highest-quality video in a smartphone, ever," reads the tagline for the video, which was directed by David Leitch.

Apple has also shared a companion video that offers up a look behind the scenes at how the new ad was shot.


Apple has shared many "Shot on ‌iPhone‌" photos and videos over the years, updating the available content with the launch of each new ‌iPhone‌ model.

Apple's ‌iPhone 11 Pro‌, which is used for the newest ad, features a triple-lens camera with the best wide-angle sensor Apple has released so far along with a telephoto lens and a super wide-angle lens for better landscape shots.


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Selena Gomez’s New ‘Lose You to Love Me’ Video Shot on iPhone 11 Pro

Selena Gomez today released a new song and video entitled “Lose You to Love Me,” and the entire video was shot in black and white using an iPhone 11 Pro.

Apple has released a one-minute clip of the video as part of its ongoing “Shot on iPhone” series, but the full video is available on Gomez’s YouTube channel.

As noted by Billboard, the video was shot by noted music video director Sophie Muller.

Apple has released quite a few different types of photos and videos in its “Shot on iPhone” series, including stills, sports-themed videos, and short films. More recently, Apple has expanded the campaign to include musicains and bands on tour and even ASMR videos.

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Selena Gomez today released a new song and video entitled "Lose You to Love Me," and the entire video was shot in black and white using an iPhone 11 Pro.


Apple has released a one-minute clip of the video as part of its ongoing "Shot on iPhone" series, but the full video is available on Gomez's YouTube channel.


As noted by Billboard, the video was shot by noted music video director Sophie Muller.

Apple has released quite a few different types of photos and videos in its "Shot on iPhone" series, including stills, sports-themed videos, and short films. More recently, Apple has expanded the campaign to include musicains and bands on tour and even ASMR videos.


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Apple Shares New Series of ‘Shot on iPhone’ ASMR Videos

Apple today continued on with its “Shot on iPhone” series, uploading several new videos, but this time with a twist — the videos are focused on ASMR, a popular YouTube trend that uses sound to evoke an “autonomous sensory meridian response.”

Apple shared four videos in the series, all of which are between six and 10 minutes in length. The first, “Whispers from Ghost Forest,” features a woman whispering about the legend of Ghost Forest.

The second video focuses on wood shop sounds, featuring a man turning a piece of wood into a work of art, while the third video features a man walking on a trail and crunching leaves and brush underfoot.

The fourth video, “A calm rain at camp,” features the sound of rain pounding on various items at a campsite in the woods.

Apple has these videos labeled as ASMR Season 1 on its YouTube channel, which means more ASMR videos could potentially be coming. Apple also uses the tagline “Apple SMR” when introducing each video, and recommends people use headphones when watching.

These are the oddest of the “Shot on iPhone” videos that Apple has shared, but each one was created using an iPhone (with additional hardware and equipment for the sound) and features impressive visuals to go along with the sound.

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Apple today continued on with its "Shot on iPhone" series, uploading several new videos, but this time with a twist -- the videos are focused on ASMR, a popular YouTube trend that uses sound to evoke an "autonomous sensory meridian response."

Apple shared four videos in the series, all of which are between six and 10 minutes in length. The first, "Whispers from Ghost Forest," features a woman whispering about the legend of Ghost Forest.


The second video focuses on wood shop sounds, featuring a man turning a piece of wood into a work of art, while the third video features a man walking on a trail and crunching leaves and brush underfoot.



The fourth video, "A calm rain at camp," features the sound of rain pounding on various items at a campsite in the woods.


Apple has these videos labeled as ASMR Season 1 on its YouTube channel, which means more ASMR videos could potentially be coming. Apple also uses the tagline "Apple SMR" when introducing each video, and recommends people use headphones when watching.

These are the oddest of the "Shot on iPhone" videos that Apple has shared, but each one was created using an iPhone (with additional hardware and equipment for the sound) and features impressive visuals to go along with the sound.


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Apple’s Latest ‘Shot on iPhone’ Campaign Goes ‘On Tour’ With 16 Singers and Bands Around the World

Apple is expanding its long-running “Shot on iPhone” marketing campaign with a new series of “On Tour” videos and billboard ads featuring 16 musicians and bands from around the world, according to Adweek.

As part of the campaign, Apple has shared three new videos on its YouTube channel that provide an up-close and behind-the-scenes look at concerts hosted by rock band Florence and the Machine, singer FKA twigs, and jazz saxophonist Kamasi Washington. The mini documentaries were shot by iPhone users.

The videos will also be available on Apple Music and IGTV.

Musicians and bands featured in the campaign include FKA twigs, Chai, Kacey Musgraves, Kamasi Washington, Florence and the Machine, Idles, Lizzo, Travis Scott, Tierra Whack, Leon Bridges, Skrillex, Sebastian Yatra, Jay de la Cueva, Gaye Su Akyol, Little Big, and Tyler, the Creator, according to Adweek.



Images via Adweek

Over the years, Apple has used its “Shot on iPhone” campaign to feature photos shot by everyday iPhone users, portraits of NHL players and others, the Cuban surfing community, the Chinese New Year, and much more.

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Apple is expanding its long-running "Shot on iPhone" marketing campaign with a new series of "On Tour" videos and billboard ads featuring 16 musicians and bands from around the world, according to Adweek.

As part of the campaign, Apple has shared three new videos on its YouTube channel that provide an up-close and behind-the-scenes look at concerts hosted by rock band Florence and the Machine, singer FKA twigs, and jazz saxophonist Kamasi Washington. The mini documentaries were shot by iPhone users.




The videos will also be available on Apple Music and IGTV.

Musicians and bands featured in the campaign include FKA twigs, Chai, Kacey Musgraves, Kamasi Washington, Florence and the Machine, Idles, Lizzo, Travis Scott, Tierra Whack, Leon Bridges, Skrillex, Sebastian Yatra, Jay de la Cueva, Gaye Su Akyol, Little Big, and Tyler, the Creator, according to Adweek.



Images via Adweek

Over the years, Apple has used its "Shot on iPhone" campaign to feature photos shot by everyday iPhone users, portraits of NHL players and others, the Cuban surfing community, the Chinese New Year, and much more.


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2019 iPhone Photography Award Winners Announced

The winners of the 12th annual iPhone Photography Awards were unveiled today.

This year’s recipients were selected from thousands of entries from over 140 countries around the world, including Australia, Bahrain, Belarus, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Peru, Portugal, Russia, South Africa, Taiwan, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

“Big Sister” shot on an iPhone X by Gabriella Cigliano of Italy

The grand prize winner is Gabriella Cigliano of Italy for her entry “Big Sister,” shot on an iPhone X in Zanzibar, Africa:

Last year I spent a month in Wasa, Tanzania, teaching a class of young, curious and amazing guys. Before heading back to Italy we stopped in Zanzibar, where this photo was taken. I still wonder how could I capture that exact moment in all its beauty. I was just observing, a few meters from them, but they were probably more curious about me than I was about them, and that’s probably why the girl was looking at me. We couldn’t talk much, except for a few words in Swahili I had learned in the previous weeks, but those kids could definitely talk with their eyes. It was one of the most beautiful things I’ve seen in my life, and I’ll keep it in my memories forever. The best part was showing them and their mums the photos, for some it was the first time they were seeing their faces, and their excitement was unexplainable, unfortunately my iPhone was in their hands and I couldn’t capture that!

A few more winning photos:

“Sea Stripes” shot on an iPhone SE by Diogo Lage of Portugal

“Come Across” shot on an iPhone X by Peng Hao of China

Head over to the iPhone Photography Awards website for the full lists of winning photos and winning photographers.

Apple CEO Tim Cook congratulated last year’s winners on Twitter.

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The winners of the 12th annual iPhone Photography Awards were unveiled today.

This year's recipients were selected from thousands of entries from over 140 countries around the world, including Australia, Bahrain, Belarus, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Peru, Portugal, Russia, South Africa, Taiwan, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

"Big Sister" shot on an iPhone X by Gabriella Cigliano of Italy

The grand prize winner is Gabriella Cigliano of Italy for her entry "Big Sister," shot on an iPhone X in Zanzibar, Africa:
Last year I spent a month in Wasa, Tanzania, teaching a class of young, curious and amazing guys. Before heading back to Italy we stopped in Zanzibar, where this photo was taken. I still wonder how could I capture that exact moment in all its beauty. I was just observing, a few meters from them, but they were probably more curious about me than I was about them, and that's probably why the girl was looking at me. We couldn't talk much, except for a few words in Swahili I had learned in the previous weeks, but those kids could definitely talk with their eyes. It was one of the most beautiful things I've seen in my life, and I'll keep it in my memories forever. The best part was showing them and their mums the photos, for some it was the first time they were seeing their faces, and their excitement was unexplainable, unfortunately my iPhone was in their hands and I couldn't capture that!
A few more winning photos:

"Sea Stripes" shot on an iPhone SE by Diogo Lage of Portugal

"Come Across" shot on an iPhone X by Peng Hao of China

Head over to the iPhone Photography Awards website for the full lists of winning photos and winning photographers.

Apple CEO Tim Cook congratulated last year's winners on Twitter.


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Apple’s Latest ‘Shot on iPhone’ Video Timed With 2019 Cricket World Cup

Apple this week shared a new “Shot on iPhone XS” ad highlighting the sport of cricket in India, coinciding with the ongoing 2019 Cricket World Cup in England and Wales. The video is featured on Apple’s website in India.

“It’s the spirit of India, captured in a game, a love story that spans more than a billion hearts. Come, celebrate cricket the way India does.”

The video is part of Apple’s efforts to step up its localized marketing over the past few years. In previous “Shot on iPhone” videos, Apple has highlighted a teenage athlete from the American Samoa, the Cuban surfing community, the Brazilian Carnival, professional hockey players in Canada, and more.

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Apple this week shared a new "Shot on iPhone XS" ad highlighting the sport of cricket in India, coinciding with the ongoing 2019 Cricket World Cup in England and Wales. The video is featured on Apple's website in India.


"It's the spirit of India, captured in a game, a love story that spans more than a billion hearts. Come, celebrate cricket the way India does."

The video is part of Apple's efforts to step up its localized marketing over the past few years. In previous "Shot on iPhone" videos, Apple has highlighted a teenage athlete from the American Samoa, the Cuban surfing community, the Brazilian Carnival, professional hockey players in Canada, and more.


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Apple Highlights iMessage Encryption, App Store Privacy, and iPhone Recycling in Trio of New Ads

Apple today shared three new ads on its YouTube channel in Australia, highlighting iMessage encryption, App Store privacy, and iPhone recycling, as part of its ongoing “That’s iPhone” marketing campaign around the world.

Apple also shared a new Shot on iPhone XS video and a companion behind-the-scenes video on its main YouTube channel on Saturday:

The video was shot on the iPhone by Donghoon Jun and James Thornton of Incite, in collaboration with WET, and commissioned by Apple.

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Apple today shared three new ads on its YouTube channel in Australia, highlighting iMessage encryption, App Store privacy, and iPhone recycling, as part of its ongoing "That's iPhone" marketing campaign around the world.




Apple also shared a new Shot on iPhone XS video and a companion behind-the-scenes video on its main YouTube channel on Saturday:



The video was shot on the iPhone by Donghoon Jun and James Thornton of Incite, in collaboration with WET, and commissioned by Apple.


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Apple Shares New Shot on iPhone XS Video With Portrait Tips From Photojournalist Christoper Anderson

Apple this afternoon shared a new video in its ongoing “Shot on iPhone” series, this time showcasing the work of photojournalist Christopher Anderson, who Apple says is known for “magnetic portraiture.”

In the video, which is in portrait orientation and meant to be watched on an iPhone, Anderson provides some tips on what he pays attention to when creating a portrait of a person.

Anderson says he takes into account lighting conditions and interesting backgrounds when setting up to take photographs, as well as anticipating the movements of his subjects and the look of the foreground and background to get the perfect shot.

To add color and intrigue, he plays with props or an object that can create shadows of reflections to define subjects and obscure parts of the image that might be distracting. He uses things like keys, glasses, bottles and mirrors to experiment with different looks.

Post processing is also important, and be says that he uses a lot of Apple’s built-in tools for adjusting contrast and lighting.

Apple has shared multiple videos in its Shot on iPhone series, including several longer-form videos created by various artists, including the recent Maldives video and a series of nature scenes called “Don’t Mess With Mother.”

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Apple this afternoon shared a new video in its ongoing "Shot on iPhone" series, this time showcasing the work of photojournalist Christopher Anderson, who Apple says is known for "magnetic portraiture."

In the video, which is in portrait orientation and meant to be watched on an iPhone, Anderson provides some tips on what he pays attention to when creating a portrait of a person.


Anderson says he takes into account lighting conditions and interesting backgrounds when setting up to take photographs, as well as anticipating the movements of his subjects and the look of the foreground and background to get the perfect shot.

To add color and intrigue, he plays with props or an object that can create shadows of reflections to define subjects and obscure parts of the image that might be distracting. He uses things like keys, glasses, bottles and mirrors to experiment with different looks.

Post processing is also important, and be says that he uses a lot of Apple's built-in tools for adjusting contrast and lighting.

Apple has shared multiple videos in its Shot on iPhone series, including several longer-form videos created by various artists, including the recent Maldives video and a series of nature scenes called "Don't Mess With Mother."


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Apple Shares New ‘Shot on iPhone XS’ Video Featuring Images of Nature From Around the World

Apple this morning shared a new video in its ongoing “Shot on iPhone XS” series, this time focusing on awe-inspiring natural scenes caught on Apple’s smartphone camera by artist group Camp4 Collective.

Titled “Don’t Mess With Mother,” the one-minute video features various stark images of nature in action, captured from around the world, synced to the song “Last Rites” by Megadeth.

Shots in the clip include galloping zebra, scurrying desert insects, ice-capped mountain vistas, charging antelopes, mingling elephants, swimming lizards, snow avalanches, lava-spewing volcanoes, and more.

Apple has shared many “Shot on iPhone” videos and photos over the course of the last several years, including one posted last week that focused on the Maldives Shark Research Programme, a charity focused on whale shark research and community-focused conservation efforts.

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Apple this morning shared a new video in its ongoing "Shot on iPhone XS" series, this time focusing on awe-inspiring natural scenes caught on Apple's smartphone camera by artist group Camp4 Collective.


Titled "Don't Mess With Mother," the one-minute video features various stark images of nature in action, captured from around the world, synced to the song "Last Rites" by Megadeth.

Shots in the clip include galloping zebra, scurrying desert insects, ice-capped mountain vistas, charging antelopes, mingling elephants, swimming lizards, snow avalanches, lava-spewing volcanoes, and more.

Apple has shared many "Shot on iPhone" videos and photos over the course of the last several years, including one posted last week that focused on the Maldives Shark Research Programme, a charity focused on whale shark research and community-focused conservation efforts.


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