The ‘Made In Paris’ Short Film Was Shot Entirely On iPhone X, Watch It Here [Video]

Apple is always understandably eager to show off what it deems to be the best parts of any new products that it launches. The recent global focus has been focused on the company’s recent iPhone X launch, which makes it entirely understandable that Tim Cook and Co. would be very happy about any content being pushed into the public domain which shows the device off in the best light.

To that end, a new cinematic short film called ‘Made in Paris’ is currently being shared around the world, with its main focal point being that it was entirely shot using Apple’s iPhone X.

This isn’t the first time that stunning short movies and features of this nature have been captured entirely on one of Apple’s iPhones and then shared with the world to highlight just how capable the video recording on the device is. However, given the relevant infancy of iPhone X, this is the first time that a stunning film of this nature has been shot using solely that device and then pushed out into the public domain for consideration and feedback. And, let’s be honest here, regardless of if you appreciate the topic of the film, the results are truly stunning.

The film itself has been created by AmnesiArt, released onto Twitter by that particular Twitter account, and provides a portrait of Elise Lepinteur, who is the student and protégée of the world famous pastry chef Christophe Adam. So, if you are a technology fan who loves stunning pastries and world-famous culinary creations, then this is probably a short film that you are going to be interested in consuming visually. AmnesiArt also announced the film via Twitter by proclaiming that Apple’s iPhone X is the greatest smartphone ever:

Check out our best film yet shot entirely with the #greatest smartphone ever.

The film is essentially three minutes and 22-seconds of high-quality views of stunning looking food, as well as narrative and interview with Elise Lepinteur who is responsible for the glorious creations shown in the video. It’s also a wonderful showcase of just how good the iPhone X camera is and the type of creations that you can put together using it. Check out the video for yourself and see what you think.

(Source: AmnesiArt [YouTube])

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