Apple releases “How to shoot flowers” using iPhone 12 Pro for Valentine’s Day –GLM

Apple releases “How to shoot flowers” using iPhone 12 Pro for Valentine’s Day

Apple, which promotes the iPhone as a full-fledged camera, has released “How to shoot flowers with iPhone 12 Pro”. The example and lecturer is Nathan Underwood from Floral Design Studio Tulipina.

 

Apple Shot on iPhone flower Nathan Underwood
Nathan Underwood / Apple

The content is first where to put the flowers, what kind of light to look for and how far away from the window, which lens of iPhone 12 Pro should be used, why to edit and adjust with the photo app, what tool and why Practical tips that anyone can use immediately, such as whether to use it, and how to use Apple ProRAW only for iPhone 12 Pro / Pro Max for a moment.

I was wondering what happened because it was announced as a news release along with new products and earnings announcements, but it is not really more or less than “Techniques for taking flowers with iPhone”. Part of the Shot on iPhone campaign planning and contests that are sometimes treated as news. The other day, photographers from various countries released night views and portraits taken with the iPhone 12.

Apple Shot on iPhone flower Nathan Underwood
Nathan Underwood / Apple

ProRAW shooting is limited to the 12 Pro model, but as a mere tip of how to shoot flowers, it is helpful regardless of the camera, even if it is not Pro. Please use it as a reference to leave the flowers you gave or received for Valentine’s Day.

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