Apple this morning shared a new video in its ongoing "Shot on iPhone series, this time focusing on the Valley of Fire State Park located in Overton, Nevada.

Fifty miles from Las Vegas lie the remains of a monumental geological process sculpted by 200 million years of wind and water , an ocean of rock, a valley of fire.

The video was captured in 4K using the ultra wide-angle camera of an ‌iPhone‌ 11 Pro. It highlights the different Valley of Fire rock formations in bright, vivid colors.

Apple has shared many videos in its "Shot on ‌iPhone‌" series that is designed to show off the photographic and video taking capabilities of its iPhones. The last long form video was "Powder," and it focused on pro snowboarders.

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kostthem Avatar
55 months ago
This is beautiful
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HMFIC03 Avatar
55 months ago
Yeah crap video - choppy and music sucks. Fight me
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darkcompass Avatar
55 months ago
I'd like to see a list of equipment and post editing software used to produce something like this. It's great to have a "shot of iphone", but there's so much more external envolvement.
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peglegjack Avatar
55 months ago
Still kinda funny that I have to play it in Chrome in order to view it in 4K.

Very impressive though
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lmlphx Avatar
55 months ago
Why is there a reflection of the iPhone 11 lenses at the 1:16 mark? Was this shot from a helicopter?
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macman01101 Avatar
55 months ago
Music is awful
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