Apple Posts New iPhone X Photography Tutorials Inspired By FIFA World Cup 2018

Apple has shared a series of brand new football-themed iPhone X tutorials which instantly gives important advice and guidance on how to get the best out of iPhone X from a photography perspective. With the FIFA World Cup starting today, Apple has clearly decided to use that excitement to get more individuals capturing images with iPhone.

The new video tutorials have been uploaded in five individual parts, with each video having a football-based theme and focusing on a specific mode that is offered with the iPhone X camera.

The modes covered in the new five-part series shows how to capture the perfect image using Pano, Burst mode, Slo-mo for videos, and a tutorial dedicated to getting the right backlight to ensure the highest quality possible for the photograph. And, of course, all of these tutorials are created and published with iPhone X in mind, given that the company’s flagship offers the best camera experience out of all currently available iPhone models.

The fifth video, which doesn’t focus on a specific camera mode, shows sports fans “how to shoot soccer on iPhone X.” With the FIFA World Cup starting today in Russia, it’s safe to assume that sports fans from all over the world, including those in attendance at the event in Russia, will want to capture the best possible soccer/football footage to ensure that they remember the event and get the best possible visual experience. The video does a great job of showcasing what type of footage can be captured with iPhone X and the best way to go about it.

If you want people to take note of something, then there is no real better way of doing it and hitting home than by tying it to a globally significant event, which is exactly what Apple has done with these video tutorials. Recently, and as we reported, Apple has pumped new power into Siri with World Cup 2018 updates. Siri is now able to give real-time updates on the event, including live scores and statistics, as well as updates of fixtures and what games are coming up for those who want to be kept in the loop.

Head on over to the Apple YouTube channel to see all of the new videos.

How to shoot with Pano

How shoot with burst mode

How to shoot with Slo-mo

How to shoot soccer

How to shoot using backlight

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