iPhone 11 Pictures Taken by iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro

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If past photos show off what is capable from previous iPhone models then the new iPhone 11 Pro photos will certainly not disappoint. Hope to show off mine in the near future.

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cannono

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If past photos show off what is capable from previous iPhone models then the new iPhone 11 Pro photos will certainly not disappoint. Hope to show off mine in the near future.
Reviewers can’t post their material besides the event day materials for a couple more days and nobody in the public gets it until Friday. This thread might be pretty dry for a couple days.
 

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I’m ready for this deep fusion later on this year. They will likely make the photos even better.
 
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scrtagntman

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Looks like camera reviews are out. Here' s something for reference.


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Night mode looks great.

The daylight pics look... not as good as I’d expect from the latest iPhone flagship. The wider the shot, the more the details seem to be muddied. It looks like overly aggressive noise filtering. It then looks like they tried to recover some of the detail via over sharpening. There are also a lot of blow outs.

My XS Max has taken better photos, so I’m hoping its just a matter of an update to resolve.

EDIT: Most the photos on the various reviews now available seem fine to me. Not sure where the above pictures came from or what their story is.
 
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calstanford

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Thank you SO much! Just what I expected.


Won’t spend $1200 on a gimmick night mode that takes low res extremely denoised-to-no-end pictures. By just looking at the sample pics, they are clearly much better lit than the non-night mode ones. But the perceived resolution I’d classify as 4MP at most due to the extremely heavy de-noising. Nowhere even remotely close to 12MP.

totally cool for instagram and social networking kids. But I don’t do that. I like archival photography. So yea...
 
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scubatopy

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Thank you SO much! Just what I expected.


Won’t spend $1200 on a gimmick night mode that takes low res extremely denoised-to-no-end pictures. By just looking at the sample pics, they are clearly much better lit than the non-night mode ones. But the perceived resolution I’d classify as 4MP at most due to the extremely heavy de-noising. Nowhere even remotely close to 12MP.

totally cool for instagram and social networking kids. But I don’t do that. I like archival photography. So yea...
It may be also my mistake, as I upload jpg formats of the pics with low resolution.
 
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Are you guys noticing grainy pics when there isn’t a great deal of light in normal shotting mode? Or is this normal? Don’t think I ever noticed it on my XS.
 

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Thank you SO much! Just what I expected.


Won’t spend $1200 on a gimmick night mode that takes low res extremely denoised-to-no-end pictures. By just looking at the sample pics, they are clearly much better lit than the non-night mode ones. But the perceived resolution I’d classify as 4MP at most due to the extremely heavy de-noising. Nowhere even remotely close to 12MP.

totally cool for instagram and social networking kids. But I don’t do that. I like archival photography. So yea...
Damn they are ugly. Maybe something in the settings?
 

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Here they are:

Comparison between "on" and "off" night mode on a dark room:





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the loss of quality in the night mode photo is insane. it almost looks like an oil painting. i'm sure it works better outside in natural lighting but indoors is looking like a big let down.