Join Seán Duggan for an in-depth discussion in this video Shoot a slow-motion video, part of iPhone and iPad Photography with iOS 12.
- [Instructor] Shooting in slow-motion…can really add a different dimension to your footage…and it's perfect for certain subjects.…The super slo-mo speed of 240 frames per second…can be really mesmerizing and hypnotic.…There's just something about seeing motion…rendered this slow that's incredibly fascinating.…Before we get into the Camera app…to start shooting some slo-mo,…let's go into the Settings,…and then come down to the Camera Settings,…just to go over some under the hood things…to know about with slo-mo.…
So here where it says Record Slo-mo,…this is where we have our options.…I'm shooting with an iPhone XS…so I speeds of both 240 frames per second…or 120 frames per second at 1080p.…Now one thing to clarify here…is that if you do want to shoot 240 fps at 1080p,…you do need to be using the High Efficiency format,…the HEVC or H.265 format.…
If you have an older iPhone like a 6S…or an iPhone 7 series,…you can shoot in slow-motion…at 120 frame per second at 1080p resolution,…or 240 frames per second at 720p resolution.…
- Shooting panorama photos
- Creating slow-motion videos
- Taking time-lapse videos
- Organizing photos
- Image editing with the Photos app
- Trimming videos
- Sharing photos
- Transferring photos to and from your device
Skill Level Intermediate
1. How to Use the Camera App
2. Organize with the Photos App
3. Edit with the Photos App
4. Transfer Photos with Your Device
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