iPhone showcases artistic versatility in production of 'The Afterparty'
- "The Afterparty", a show on Apple TV+, filmed an entire crucial episode using an iPhone.
- The episode had to appear as "found footage" shot by an amateur wedding videographer.
'The Afterparty' showcases iPhone's artistic versatility in production
Like nothing else, Apple seems to be able to bring its products to the centre of attention. This extends to the realm of filming too. An episode of the show "The Afterparty", available on Apple TV+, was shot entirely using an iPhone.
The filming crew hadn't forgotten their cameras. On the contrary, this was a deliberate decision by the filmmakers. The episode was intended to look like found footage, as if shot by an amateur wedding videographer. Creating this effect is not easy. Moreover, it poses a demanding test for the camera quality of the iPhone. This adventure, so radically different from the usual production process, offers us a unique episode in the series.
In a nutshell
Once again, the iPhone helps to push the boundaries of what's technologically achievable, demonstrating its artistic versatility. In this specific case, it serves not just as a communication tool, but also as a portable film studio for TV show production. It's remarkable how many different ways a single object can serve, provided there's enough creativity. We can only wait and see where the iPhone will turn up next.
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