iPhone X Pics Taken with iPhone X

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  1. cwosigns macrumors 68000

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    Just wanted to start a thread for pictures taken with the iPhone X. Post ‘em up!

    Here are some pics taken this weekend in Savannah.
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    Good job with the photos.

    I really like visiting Savannah.
     
  4. cwosigns thread starter macrumors 68000

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    It was my first visit here and I loved it. Great weekend getaway.
     
  5. D.T. macrumors G3

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    Nice! We're headed up to Savannah in the very near future :)
     
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  7. D.T. macrumors G3

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    Here's a photo from a car shot this weekend, this one has such nice, rich colors, and really pops against the background (using the stock camera app). No color edits, just a resize using automator:

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  8. CharlesShaw, Nov 19, 2017
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    Nice photos. Amidst all the online turmoil surrounding the pros and cons of the iPhone X, it's good to be reminded that there's a camera onboard.

    They look great on my 2013 rMBP, so I imagine they look even better on even newer displays.

    The image quality and ease of focus and lighting we take for granted these days was science fiction not long ago. And that's just still images. Commercial release movies of this quality being shot on pocketable devices is even more amazing. It's amusing to think about how they joked that a camcorder in Back to the Future was like science fiction to an earlier era.
     
  9. macguy360 macrumors 6502a

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    The artificial bokeh looks bad. They are on to something with it for making photos look more professional, but they aren't quite there yet. Notice how the edges of the guy sitting are blurry. It almost looks like the effect they used to use in movies for simulating a dream sequence.

    Other than that, the photos look good.
     
  10. rugmankc macrumors 68000

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    can't tell for sure, is that a red truck--;)

    it does pop
     
  11. D.T. macrumors G3

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    Hahaha, it was R E D ! It had a little shade on it, but the color in person was amazing, don't know if you can see all the detail work in the passenger area, just fantastic.

    Here's another one - same show - great color, it's an '84 CJ:

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  12. Applenoob34 macrumors 6502

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    Does zooming increase noise in cameras? I’ve always noticed mine don’t look very good at all, especially when zooming.

    This one zoomed at 10x. See how blurry it is?
     

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  13. cwosigns thread starter macrumors 68000

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    Funny; I didn’t immediately notice how bad the edge of the glasses was. I have another shot of him straight on that looks much better.
     
  14. syncopy macrumors member

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    Yes, digital zoom on any camera will look grainy once you reach certain constraints. 4x zoom is usually the most you’ll be able to get away with on the X, and that’s really only 2x zoom because of the telephoto lens.
     
  15. PBz macrumors 68000

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    Great photos. South GA in the house. I grew up an hour from there.
     
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    One of my boy, just playing with the lighting effects. 20AC403B-4994-4F48-8F3F-C66F2A150CBF.jpeg
     
  17. fred98tj macrumors 6502

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    Yes. I virtually never digital zoom. I would suggest the same unless maybe you see Elvis in a UFO. :p
     
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    How stupid. Elvis is not gonna be found in a UFO...he's in Nashville right now.
     
  19. rugmankc macrumors 68000

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    Gorgeous on a 2015 rMBP--:)
     
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    My 8 month old puppy. He is a Klee Kai mix.
     

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    Ah. Last tIme I saw him he was still buzzing around in that hopped up UFO, but that was a couple of years ago. :p
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    Nice looking pup. :)
     
  22. funkiejack macrumors newbie

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    The bokeh effect definitely needs some work. The front bokeh is almost unusable and I've never taken an acceptable selfie in portrait mode. Some of the purple flowers here are blurred while others are fine. [​IMG][​IMG]
     
  23. fs454, Nov 19, 2017
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    My favorites since launch day.


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    MERCEDES - Native camera app portrait mode + post in VSCO




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    SPIKES - Native camera app portrait mode + post with Focos app




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    DRIVEN - Native camera app portrait mode + Focos Pro for depth map editing and VSCO for grain and BW toning




    image1 (1).jpeg DOG - Native camera app portrait mode, Focos for depthmap edit and VSCO for post



    IMG_0278.jpg FRIENDS - Native camera app portrait mode, straight out of camera




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    MOTORCYCLE - Native camera app portrait mode, straight out of camera





    Pretty powerful tool we've got in our pockets these days. Focos allows me to simulate more organic bokeh from certain vintage lenses that I typically shoot with when I have my real stuff with me, real game changer in my opinion.

    Things aren't perfect, but most of the time it allows me to get a compelling shot that 99% will not fault for a small bit of depth inconsistency, without having my camera on me. One thing to note is the system will likely never be amazing at certain types of shots, and as the photographer you learn your tool's limitations. Using it for flower macro with branches and leaves jutting everywhere against a complex background is going to outsmart it every time, but you'd likely get a bokeh-filled shot on your own without portrait mode in this case. Just shoot with the 2x lens as tight as you can or very close with the wide - the lenses both will create great natural bokeh for small subjects.
     

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