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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by palmerc2, Sep 22, 2017.
Let's see em! Specify whether it's 8 or 8+
In my front yard, but a quick snap. 8+.
8Plus Outdoor. Standard Photo mode on pink. Telephoto lens on red
specs on cat?
Either you are bad at photography or you used a iPhone 3g
Or it was a quickie taken of a "won't sit still" subject in a poorly lit room. But thanks for your helpful thoughts!
The natural bokeh on the web one is stunning. That's not portrait mode. 2x zoom.
Gross, I know. But artsy. 8+
Taken with my 8 plus
Mono portrait lighting
Oh, god. The portrait lightening is awful around the hair. Not your fault, but Apple. They really tricked us with that demo.
Yeah I’ve noticed that too...can’t complain over a phone camera and a quick shot.
I wish Apple would use better edge detection, I’m still playing around with it. Overall the pictures are decent, the lighting effects (or algorithms being used) needs to be tweaked for sure
It’s embarrassing that Apple would release something so poorly. It’s been a year since the dual camera was made for iPhone yet Samsung just released their 1st dual a month ago and it’s already better than Apple’s.
The portrait lighting is in beta and as far as regular portrait mode goes, it absolutely destroys samsung’s offering which is so bad that it shouldn’t even be a feature
The bokeh camera was also a "beta" but it never improved. To this day I see no improvement when using the feature. There’s no beta, they just call it that so you’ll buy into it and think it’ll continue to get better.
I’ve noticed only the portrait lighting effect has trouble with outlining features, maybe they’re just being too aggressive with the effect...
The regular pictures are great...
I really wish they’d pay more attention to the cameras.
Forget the fancy lighting effects and pay attention to overall quality and hardware. Anyone can do this effect with layers.
It will never be great on any smartphones until they have hardware AR sensors on the back for great depth mapping, at which point they will all produce amazing bokeh effects.
The iPhone X should produce virtually perfect bokeh selfies due to the hardware depth mapping. The dual cameras are not enough to provide the system with a great depth map, especially on extremely difficult areas like hair, whereas infrared sensors will be able to capture it perfectly, theoretically.
Yeah, good shot, but the post-processing didn’t quite do its job. It’s going to be great once Apple refines it.