Jan 18, 2018 | Updated: 09:54 AM EDT

Apple’s New Website Displays Video Tutorials On How to Shoot Photographs Using iPhone 7, 7 Plus

May 12, 2017 03:10 PM EDT

Although there are really good photography enthusiasts, there are still some struggling to get the perfect shot. Luckily, Apple had recently launched a new website that displays video tutorials using the iPhone 7 aside from its video ad for the iPhone 7 Plus Portrait mode.

According to 9 to 5 Mac, Apple’s recently released video ad called “The City” showcased the iPhone 7 Plus’ Portrait view capability. The ad was said to feature the smartphone’s dual camera system that is capable of 2x optical zoom.

The iPhone 7 Plus ad was cited to play the song “Sing to Me” by Walter Martin feat. Karen O as its background. “With Portrait mode on iPhone 7 Plus, you can focus on what you love and leave everything else behind,” the ad tagline stated. The video was identified to be a possible sequel to the previous iPhone 7 Plus Portrait mode ad entitled "Take Mine."

Ubergizmo then shared that Apple’s iPhone photography is on top of the photo-sharing site, Flick’s top devices used. It was rated as 8 out of 10 among other Flickr’s top devices. However, it was noted that a feature like Portrait Mode is only exclusive to the iPhone 7 Plus and its dual lens setup. The iPhone 8 is then expected to have a vertical dual camera system as it would be released at the end of the year.

Furthermore, the new website of the Cupertino-based company offers some basic tips for beginner photography enthusiasts. The video tutorials were identified to be on how to shoot close up portraits, vertical panorama, without action, selfie timer and unique angle.

Other video tutorials on the iPhone 7 were shown to be how to shoot a group selfie, one-handed selfie, and a simple but bold image. Instruction on how to edit a selfie was also cited in the video. Not so basic tutorials were enumerated to be how to shoot a unique angle, during golden hour, stills while filming, with street lights, sunset silhouette, and backlit objects.

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