The Oscar-winning cinematographer has made a short film with the iPhone 12 to prove his claim.
One of the highlights of this week’s Apple event was the introduction of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro. According to the company, the iPhone 12 Pro will be the first and only device that can record, edit, watch and share Dolby Vision videos. The phone is equipped with the first camera that can record images at 60 frames per second in Fork HDR Dolby Vision format. The camera is so important that Oscar-winning cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki has been praised. World Cinema News from Your movie follow.
At the Apple event, a short video was shown that was recorded by Lubezki using the iPhone 12 Pro. In this video, Lubezki describes the features of Apple’s new product and shows the spectacular images he has captured using this device.
“When I started filming in cinemas, we had to rent very expensive cameras, buy stock films, and pay for the development of special editing equipment,” says Lubzki. But now you can go out with one of these devices and make a movie. The iPhone Pro allows filmmakers around the world to make films that would not have been possible without this phone because they could not afford to buy or carry sophisticated cameras. “I think the next great cinematographer or the next great director is making a film with one of these devices.”
Lubezki has eight Academy Award nominations and three awards with “Gravity”, “The Revenant” and “Birdman”. He has won three Academy Awards in three consecutive years, a record that no other cinematographer in history has achieved. The next project of this cameraman is the new work “David O. “Russell” starring “Christian Bale”, “Margo Robbie” and “John David Washington”.
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