The NBA All-Star Game has become about way more than just basketball — and brands from luxury to food are tapping into it more than ever. It’s one of the biggest moments of the year for limited sneaker releases and as it continues to grow even more, the festivities have also become a premier destination for clothing drops as well.
Many are coveted, special edition collaborations — some from under-the-radar streetwear designers, and some from design superstars like Off-White and Louis Vuitton menswear designer Virgil Abloh — that celebrate Chicago by incorporating symbols and references throughout the designs.
Brands such as Nike, Jordan Brand, Mitchell & Ness, Gucci, and a ton of others hosted events and activations during the weekend. Attending Pop-up shops and exhibits is surely a highlight, and capturing the moments with a great camera make it even better!
See how we captured the All-Star Weekend apparel and sneaker exhibits with the iPhone 11Pro.
You can easily switch between lenses in Photo mode simply by tapping either .5x (Ultra Wide), 1x (Wide), or 2x (Telephoto). You can also swipe up to expose the zoom wheel and smoothly zoom between all three cameras.
Capture classic portrait framing with the Telephoto camera, or zoom out to capture group portraits with the Wide camera.
If you want to position your iPhone for a photo and then take the photo from a distance, you can use your Apple Watch to view the iPhone camera image and take the photo.
Night mode is made possible by a new Wide camera sensor with 100% Focus Pixels and intelligent software, enabling low-light photos never before possible on iPhone. Night mode automatically comes on in low-light environments. The yellow Night mode icon on the top left indicates you are shooting in Night mode.
Editing is more powerful and intuitive with new tools that are easier to apply, adjust, and review at a glance. Now, every tool and effect you use on your photos can be used on videos—including Rotate, Crop, and Enhance—right within the Photos app.
Add Portrait Lighting to your photos in editing including Natural Light, Studio Light, Contour Light, Stage Light Mono, Stage Light, and the all new High-Key Light Mono.
(Photo: Courtesy of iPhone 11pro)
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