Post your photos taken with 6s and 6s+

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  1. anthonybkny macrumors regular

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    lets go guys, let's see what they got! Are they impressive? Lack luster? Please share.
     
  2. dharmasarc macrumors member

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    Only photo taken very very bright conditions with shadows too. Not bad.
     

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  3. roeiz macrumors 6502a

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    not super crisp.. at least from this file size.
    the skies especially.
    i guess 12MP is already the low limit of MPs.
     
  4. Tammster macrumors 6502

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    At night, inside with no flash or editing.
     

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  5. Orien macrumors regular

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    More MP doesn't automatically mean better sharpness or less noise. In fact, done the wrong/easy way, that's exactly what happens: worse IQ.

    The 6s Plus camera in ideal conditions comes close to a RX100 IV ($1k compact camera). In less than ideal conditions (less light, inconsistent exposure), it falls short. I give it a few more years before they catch up to premium compact cameras.
     
  6. NikkiJayne macrumors regular

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    This was the first pic I snapped with my 6s. Coming from a 5 it's a huge improvement!
     

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  8. roeiz macrumors 6502a

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    i wonder if we could have a few samples to download and check at full quality... :rolleyes:
     
  9. dharmasarc macrumors member

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    Nice
     
  10. anthonybkny thread starter macrumors regular

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    This is a comparison of behaviour in low light of the 5S (left) against 6s (right). Both pictures were taken at the same time, side by side. Since this is a crop and then a screenshot you won't see the EXIT data. Exposure was 1/17s for both, ISO 1250 on the 5S and ISO 1600 on the 6s. The amount of detail and less noise on the S is very visible.

    Regarding the different exposures this seems to corroborate the idea that because of the smaller pixels of the 6s they have to receive more light. Happy to send them some more light if this is the result!
     

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  12. bchreng macrumors 6502a

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    Best picture of the thread by far!
     
  13. QuickFlame macrumors member

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    My cat @calico_evie on Instagram.

    The iPhone 6s really can capture a lot of sharp detail in the right lighting.

    It's worth zooming in
     

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  14. bchreng macrumors 6502a

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    A sleeping St Bernard
     

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  15. YinYangERR macrumors newbie

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    Just a test I did earlier today (no editing involved. Straight out of iPhone).
     

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  16. Bobbman macrumors newbie

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    Loving phone so far. 3d touch is awesome. No more Safari reloads....dynamic!! The camera, however, disappointed. For the first time I feel Apple is a BIG step behind in this regard. I have been comparing to my 6Plus and to be honest on many occasions I think the regular 6Plus gets the better photo. Other manufacturers have surpassed Apple with the camera, and Apple has not caught up. I love IOS too much to switch, but for the first time in awhile the thought has entered my mind. I liked having the best, or near best cell phone camera, as camera is important to me. Right now I think there are many better options for a cell phone camera.
     
  17. bchreng macrumors 6502a

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    Which phone would you consider?
     
  18. Cayden macrumors 6502a

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    Photo of my cat drinking. The detail is insane. You can see the water droplets on her fur on her chest
     

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  19. spazma7ik macrumors 6502a

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    These pictures seem to suffer from the smudginess that Apple likes to use for noise reduction, well at least since the iPhone six I believe. Images just don't look that crisp anymore.
     
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    wouldn't mind seeing a comparison shot of a 6/6+ vs 6s/6s+
     
  21. AbSoluTc macrumors 68040

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    I can feel the snuggly goodness from here!
     
  22. QuickFlame macrumors member

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    She's a snuggler. Feel free to follow her on Instagram. :)
     
  23. deadsoul macrumors regular

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    Apple did the same crap over again, even the 5S has better contrast and no smudginess, want a reference:
    http://improvephotography.com/30019/iphone-6-camera-depth-review/
     
  24. Bobbman macrumors newbie

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    They are only distant thoughts, as I love my Apple watch and the my IMac. I would probably go Note 5, maybe LG G4, distant 3rd Moto X Pure.
     
  25. CE3 macrumors 6502a

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    Not impressed with the new camera for the most part, but it's not bad (definitely capable of getting good shots) and I think video performance will be better than the competition. G4 & S6 OIS tends to warp handheld video. Even the 6S video without OIS (all the 6 models actually) do better for keeping video properly stable.

    It's really too bad the new camera doesn't have more of a wow factor, though. I'm seeing lots of blown out highlights in photos and smudginess where there should be detail. Apple better step up their camera game big time for the next release.
     

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