I can’t remember the last time I used a cell phone photo as my picture of the day, but I’m allowing it today. Partially, this shot lets me show off a new feature that only the iPhone 7 Plus has: computer bokeh! I have the beta version of iOS 10, which gives me “Portrait Mode,” a camera mode that uses depth maps generated by the two onboard cameras to calculate and emulate a “bokeh effect” that makes it looks like you took a picture with a large-sensor DSLR. Fun!
Tonight I shot a food video of Amanda making profiteroles. What are profiteroles? I don’t blame you for asking; I had no idea either. It’s basically (I think) a small, hollow pastry covered in sweet sauce. We stuffed ours with homemade whipped cream and topped it with melted chocolate and caramel.
We got started setting up as soon as I got home from work, and we wrapped up right around midnight. I don’t think any of us realized how late it was until we checked the time at the end. The shoot went way better I think than any of us expected it to. Now I can’t wait to start cutting the thing! I guess we need to figure out music first, huh.
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