Anyone who's Instagram feed is partially or completely filled with shots of their sneakers can find this tip useful. It requires having an Apple Watch but for some that were on the fence, this might even sway them to get one. For me, I've been using my Apple Watch for a few weeks now trying to decide whether I would keep it or not and after realizing this feature and how it works, I was pretty much set on keeping it.
A lot of sneaker heads will go to different lengths to get that dope shot of their kicks. The Apple Watch has a built in feature where you can remote control the shutter of your iPhone camera as well as view the camera live screen on the watch itself. What this means is that you can prop your iPhone low to the ground (at sneaker level) and take the shot from your Apple Watch! This allows for greater creativity and flexibility when composing your sneaker shot. This also means higher resolution images because you'll be using the back camera. Using the front camera, which most people would use, gives fairly low quality, low resolution image.
This remote shutter feature obviously isn't only useful for sneaker shots but any shot where your arms can't reach and hold the camera, or when you're not carrying around a huge ass "selfie stick".
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Camera Man : Chase Dumbrique
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