When iPhone 6S launched we got Live Photo’s but there was a school of thought that it had an affect on the quality of the resulting image. Since this is always turned it off to make sure I had the best quality possible. This was more evident in low light where the iPhone increases the shutter speed to get a Live Photo. I just left it off all of the time.
But in 2018 is this still the case?
Portrait mode in iOS 12 appears to be working better at edge detection in every shot I’ve used it with.
Love the colours here, just an indoor shot in an antique store.
River Wye in Herefordshire.
Lovely sunset from the garden last night, quick edit in Snapseed.
Few shots from my iPhone X on a misty morning here in the Cotswolds.