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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by bbates123, Sep 21, 2018.
A really gloomy day at the Lake District, no edits at all. Straight from the camera.
A few more. Taken and edited on phone.
Santa Marta, Colombia
Can you post an example of the fisheye lens? I’ve had several Olloclips in the past, but I’m considering switching to these if I buy another add-on lens.
Was this on auto mode, or did you use a different app/settings? All the lighting is perfectly balanced and the detail in the traffic is excellent.
Is that Sedona?
Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs, CO
Did not take many photos on the cruise, other than on the submarine ride in Cozumel. I'm busy editing the blue out of them, although they look decent just in black and white.
Happy New Year!
hello this was in auto mode when I was in bangkok. Wife told me the sky was very beautiful and I took a shot with the busy road.
Cold winter morning outside
I took this photo with ProCam using long exposure.
Smart HDR...it is truly a game-changer in mobile photography. No other phone can control the highlights AND lift the shadows like XS/XR. Loving it.
Think the pixel 3 does it better.
Nope. Pixel HDR only controls highlights. It crushes the shadows into blackness...and it does not help that it is also high in contrast. So, regular photos often come out dark and dreary. Google HDR does NOT lift shadows at all...it does NOT do long exposure on every picture that it takes. Google only does long exposure on their Night Sight mode...and with that mode, it does extreme long exposure (4-6 seconds) along with AI to compensate for handshake.
Smart HDR does long exposure on every picture that it takes...thus able to lift shadows. Of course, the long exposure of Smart HDR is not nearly as long as Night Sight but it helps greatly in regular photos. And Smart HDR really brighten’s shadows if it detects person/face in picture.
iPhone Xs. Halide + Snapseed
Anytime I’m in Los Angeles, I hike Runyon Canyon. Pic few days ago
that last picture is really nice