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The camera of the iPhone 11 Pro through the shots of Austin Mann

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Published on Sep 19, 2019

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The camera of the iPhone 11 Pro through the shots of Austin Mann

With the new iPhone 11 Pro, Apple aims to define new ways of “doing photography”, equipping the smartphone features the not-so-innovative, but, of course, extremely optimized, and useful for creating shots artistic value and expressive. Now we have heard of specific techniques in all the sauces, but how does really the photographic apparatus of iPhone 11 Pro?

The answer could only come from those with the photography work there on a daily basis; we talk about the travel photographer Austin Mann has collected in a gallery of shots, all his impressions about the camera of Phone 11 Pro. Of course the analysis of Mann, focuses on those that are the real news this year, or night mode and super wide-angle lens.

According to the words of the photographer, with the introduction of night mode, Apple is not limited to making bright the night-time shots, but focused on give the image of expressiveness and realism. The ability to shoot even in the dark represents, for the camera of the iPhone, the first real step forward after the introduction of the overview of the iPhone 5 in 2012.

Another feature much appreciated by Mann is the super wide angle. Thanks to this new lens, as well as allowing for the exploitation of the visual large, the shot assumes a characteristic “retroactive”. When shooting in the standard view (i.e. 1X), iPhone 11Pro capture at the same time the shots are different both cameras (the one in 1X, and, in the background, the one from 0.5 X). This allows you to take always well beyond the frame and, consequently, to recover portions of the image “lost” at a later time, without losing quality.

One of the most interesting features of the camera introduced this year is the “Capture " Outside the Frame”. Basically, if shot with the Wide (26 mm), the iPhone 11 Pro is also capturing and with the Ultra Wide (13 mm), and then I can decide on my shot. If the software detects a human on the edge of the frame, a small icon appears to indicate that you might want to crop it, which is rather interesting. As part of this function, I can see what is just out of my frame (a preview of what would be included in my shot if it was the Ultra Wide 13 mm).

The only flaw of this convenient feature, according to Mann, the software that often makes it difficult to glance on the scenery. As we can see in the next image, the frame part is only visible in transparency, below the graphical interface, and this is a hindrance in the definition of an equilibrium, in view of a subsequent amendment.

The photographer believes iPhone 11 Pro is a tool that is closer really to the professional needs of a user working in this field but at the same time would be limited from the point of view of control. In other words, the app's native camera does not offer a “PRO mode” then have the ability to manually manage the various parameters before shooting, which we find on Android and that might make the difference in a professional environment.

Austin Mann, then this is the right year to move to the next model if you are willing to take quality photos with your iPhone. Considering Apple and isolating the iPhone from any context, the new camera is the first true innovations after 7 years. Look at the new iPhone 11 in the current smartphone market, the game, in my opinion, absolutely worth the candle. What do you think?

Here is the complete analysis of the Austin-Mann, I invite you to read as it represents a good starting point for reflection, which could make the difference on the purchase of the new iPhone.

 

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