After 100,000 retweets, the Internet suddenly began to rediscover the panoramic shooting mode on the iPhone, which has been available on iOS for years.
The panoramic mode on the iPhone’s camera is a source of both great photos and terribly awful failed photos, but that was not meant to be mentioned.
The aforementioned panoramic mode can do something that has been conquering the internet in recent days: it can create the effect of lengthening any object in the photo.
Knowing this, the famous designer Pablo Rochat on Twitter showed the unusual option of using a panoramic camera. He lengthened his hot dog to hilariously large sizes … and finally stuck it in someone’s mouth.
– Pablo Rochat (@PabloRochat) July 3, 2020
It was enough to find many followers after hundreds of thousands of retweets. Below are some examples for you.
Thank you for this knowledge. Here’s my bananorama. pic.twitter.com/Mca4qPPf66
– Allan Hazle (@hazlenuts) July 3, 2020
– Bobby Sudekum (@bobws) July 3, 2020
Dude! E.T phone home pic.twitter.com/UENKyQJnO7
– Paul Watson 🌍 🇿🇦 (@watsonmpaul) July 3, 2020
iPhone 30 is here pic.twitter.com/khSrAYAQVm
– 𝕔𝕙𝕦𝕒𝕟𝕘 (@ chuangyu0) July 5, 2020
To create a panoramic masterpiece, simply open the camera and switch to Panorama mode. Then you need to move the camera in a strictly horizontal line while the iPhone takes dozens of photos. Then these frames are automatically glued together, resulting in a large and wide image.
And how do you like the new trick? Now we are waiting for your masterpieces.