Shot on iPhone

Apple posts two new ‘Shot on iPhone’ videos showcasing camera capabilities

Following up the two clips it released earlier this week, Apple on Tuesday posted another pair of new ‘Shot on iPhone’ videos to its YouTube channel. The new ads follow the now-familiar structure with 15-second runtimes and catchy soundtracks paired with engaging footage.

The first video, shot by Robert S. in Bregenz, Austria, shows a first-person view of Robert zip-lining. The second video has more of an artsy vibe. Shot by Mark Z. in Manhattan, New York, it features a young woman with her hair flowing in the wind, captured using slow motion.

‘Shot on iPhone’ continues with a pair of new videos highlighting Slo-Mo video capture

It’s been a while since Apple released any new ‘Shot on iPhone’ work by its fans in the form of slideshow videos. This morning, however, a pair of new clips surfaced on the company’s official channel on YouTube, each running fifteen seconds long and highlighting videos scenes captured on an iPhone using a slow-motion feature.

Each clip highlights work by a different user, one located in Tel-Aviv, Israel and the other in Greater Sudbury of Canada’s Ontario.

Apple celebrates Bastille Day with ‘Shot on iPhone’ photos in national flag colors

France is celebrating Bastille Day today and Apple has joined the festivities with a clever use of imagery from its award-winning ‘Shot on iPhone’ ad campaign on the Apple France homepage. The company carefully selected a batch of images from the campaign with predominant blue, white and red tones, and used them smartly on its website to form a basis for the French national flag colors.

When Apple turns an ad campaign into a local photography exhibition

Apple is launching a new Shot on iPhone ad campaign, focusing once again on what the company sees as one of the iPhone’s greatest features: the cameras.

Called Colors, this campaign features photos with bright and vivid colors. But maybe the most interesting part of the campaign is that the photos featured are all sourced in the local markets where the billboards are being displayed.