Today at Apple has a variety of different offshoots, but they all typically focus on creative endeavors using a range of Apple products. For example, the previous video uploaded as part of the Creative Projects initiative was meant to help iPhone photographers take better shots at night. And now the company is back with another tutorial.
Earlier today, Apple uploaded a new video to its YouTube channel that’s part of the Creative Projects lineup. This new video is all about iPhone photography as well. This time around it’s not just taking photos, though, or even video.
The newest video, which you can watch below, is almost 10 minutes in length. In it, we get to see how to shoot and edit a looping video, all while using the Clips app from Apple. This time around it features Jahmyra from an Apple Store in Miami, Florida. She’s joined with director Romain Laurent who has published a variety of different, eye-catching looping videos.
Apple says you’ll need an iPhone (as expected), the Clips app, and, if you’re feeling up to it, a selfie stick to really take things to the next level. Apple even suggests the JOBY TelePod Mobile All-in-One Tripod — which you can buy on Amazon from that link for $59.80.
Apple includes dedicated time stamps as well, so if you want to simply jump into a particular area of the video, you can do just that.
Apple’s Today at Apple labs are typically quite a bit of fun when they are in person, and certainly very helpful. Apple’s been leaning into publishing these tutorials online, especially in light of the coronavirus pandemic. One has to doubt we’ll see these slow down anytime in the future, though.