Apple recently uploaded a 2-minute long video of iPhone 11 Pro cinematography in a state park in Nevada. The park is named the “Valley of Fire,” which is 50 miles northeast from Las Vegas. The park consists principally of 40,000 acres of bright red, grey and tan Aztec sandstone, ancient, petrified trees and petroglyphs dating to over 2,000 years ago.
The video depicts of 4K videos captured by an iPhone 11 Pro with the Ultra-Wide camera. The videos consist of a slo-mo, normal and time-lapse video of the Jurassic sandstone in the Valley of Fire. The views are spectacular with the rocks that are reminiscent like the Grand Canyon, with the beautiful red and orange Aztec-inspired colours.
This is the second Shot on iPhone video this year, which uses the iPhone 11 Pro’s camera features to capture videos of elements. Apple hires professional photographers to capture cinematic images and videos from the latest iPhone 11 Pro to put the features to the test, from the triple cameras to the Audio Zoom video features. Check out the Fire and Ice video from Apple last month for more iPhone photography tests put to the extremes!