Thought I’d start to post images as I start to use the iPhone 11 Pro, I’ll try to remember to keep this original post updated. All of these have been taken with the Apple camera app and editing tools.
Wide angle and noir filter.
Wide Angle, looks like WordPress app cutting off the image though.
Indoors with lighting.
Just a shot showing HDR at its best (for me).
I’m planning on doing some camera test on the new iPhone 11 Pro. I’ve got plans for indoors, night, ultra wide landscape and portrait. If you’d like to see anything else please let me know.
Source: Austin Mann
I look forward to these reviews every year and this years might be the best. Can’t wait too see how the ultra wide does in normal day to day situations.
I’ve tried a few different apps and landed on Snapseed as the best way to flip an image on iOS.
First off load up your image into the app, then follow this image guide.
Went to Legoland this week was more impressed with my iPhone XS in low light than I thought I’d be.
Any movement will punish you but if you can keep it steady then it was pretty impressive.
I haven’t got a Pixel to compare it to anymore but would have been a great way to test Night sight.
I love having my iPhone with me to take shots when I’m out and about but for me nothing beats my Canon 70D. I’m off work at the moment and out and about on day trips and been using it quite a lot. For me the thing I love the most about the Canon range is that for me they reproduce the colour that I remember seeing when I was there taking the shot.
We went to Cotswold Wildlife park yesterday and I did my normal iPad workflow. I took the SD card out of the camera and used the Apple SD Card dongle to impart the images onto my iPad Mini. These then get uploaded to iCloud Photo Library and I can access anywhere.
My editing app of choice is Darkroom. I edited the one above using my iPhone XS and exported as a fresh copy.
This combination of a great DSLR and a really portable iPad Mini works great for me. They both fit in my camera bag easily (Lowepro 22l hatchback) when I’m away on holiday and want to get images off the card for backup.
Do you manage photos via an iPad? What’s your workflow?