The iPhone X hasn’t even been out for a week but it’s already been used to film an incredible short film.
Made in Paris, a short film about Elise Lepinteur, the protégée of world-famous pastry chef Christophe Adam, debuted on YouTube today. Although the film doesn’t mention the iPhone X, it showcases the phones capabilities with gorgeous close-ups of deserts and other pastries being prepared.
Check it out:
The short film was shot by Ryan Earl and Nick Arcivos. The duo has been iPhone advocates for years and also shot other films using only the iPhone 7 and iPhone 6s.
To get the best performance out of the iPhone X, Earl and Arcivos used stabilizers with the iPhone X. A few behind-the-scenes shots of the filming process were shared with 9to5Mac. It’s hard to tell if any external lenses were used, but we wouldn’t be surprised if they were.
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