Apple Highlights Holiday-Themed Photos Shot on iPhone XR and XS
Apple today highlighted a series of holiday-themed photographs shot on its latest iPhones, the XR, XS, and XS Max.
All of the photos were shared on social networks by iPhone users, highlighting new iPhone features like Smart HDR, better blurring in Portrait mode, and improved low-light performance.
Apple has shared other "Shot on iPhone" images from its user base, highlighting images shot on iPhone XR and iPhone XS after each iPhone's release.
In its post of holiday-related iPhone photographs, Apple recommends users check out the how to section of its website for tips on how to capture great photos and videos.
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1) Make sure you have decent light
2) Tap on the screen where you want the focus point to be
3) Try not to move the phone when hitting the shutter button
4) If shooting in low light, prop your phone on a fixed surface; ie wall, table, rail, etc.
iPhone cameras are outstanding and can return excellent photographs.
Here's one of mine from last Sunday, at San Francisco's Ocean Beach:
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Or when people claim upon viewing a photo taken by a professional photographer that "I could take that on my iPhone". People don't seem to realize just how insulting that is.
Or when people say things like "iPhones will make DLSRs obsolete in a few years" (They wont).
For their intended purpose they are excellent cameras. But they still lack in a lot of areas where DSLRs excel (and always will).