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Shot on iPhone XS — The Making of Don’t mess with Mother — Apple

Shot on iPhone XS — The Making of Don’t mess with Mother — Apple


[AVALANCHE RUMBLING] ♪ Music playing ♪ ♪ [HELICOPTER BLADES CHURNING] Keith Ladzinski: I’m a total
fanboy and nerd for nature, it’s such an
interesting thing. I’ve always had that
ever since I was a child. I was looking for
moments that were powerful and a
little bit explosive and sometimes quite
literally explosive. In some cases I think people
when they see the footage will be just in disbelief that
it was filmed on an iPhone. ♪ Andy Mann: So, we’re down there; there’s, what,
six big tiger sharks. Mike swims right
along the bottom. We’re trying to get a shot
of the sharks swimming. Like with the mouth and
the teeth right over it and turns right down just
sucks it right out of his hand. He started swimming
after the shark, grabs it right out of its mouth. The dome pops off,
he catches it, brings it to the surface. Camera’s fine,
we got the footage and we’re going right
back down there for more. ♪ Tim Kemple: I can’t
explain why but I can tell you that
my soul is happier when I come home from
those types of experiences. And if I can bring
some of that home with a photograph
or in a film, then that’s, that’s
what it’s all about. ♪ Renan Ozturk: We’ve really
entered a new day and age where you always have the
ability to not miss moments. To capture beauty or to capture
the harshness of an environment and to really convey
to the rest of the world what it is you’re experiencing in these rare
situations that we have the privelage
to find ourselves in. Keith: So we are just right in
the middle of a storm chase right now and we are in an
unbelievable sand storm it feels like we’re on mars. The entire atmosphere is
just red and we are surrounded by a heavy heavy wall of sand. Anson Fogel: There’s
an age old adage – the best camera is the
one that you have on you. The reason that the iPhone
is the best camera in the world is because you have it
in your pocket all the time. A lot of times shooting nature
or wildlife or landscapes is about being in the
right place at the right time. You know, if there’s a tornado
forming in front of you it doesn’t matter
what camera you have; it matters that you have
a camera in the first place. – Yes!
– Got it. He sneezed! ♪

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