Apple’s iPhone 12 Pro takes mobile photography to the next level. The giant manufacturer’s latest smartphone has some new tricks up its sleeves that will surely excite serious photographers.
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CNET reported that the changes include new computational photography abilities, better telephoto reach for distant objects, and better stabilization. iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Mini also received new photography features.
But, compared to these models, the iPhone 12 Pro really shows how hard Apple is working to attract video and photo enthusiasts. It also has a new lidar sensor for improved autofocus and new abilities, which allows the device to combine multiple frames into one superior shot.
Computational photography feature
iPhone 12 Pro receives a new computational photography technique called ProRaw. This new feature can be fused with a raw format, allowing photographers to benefit from dynamic range, with the flexibility of raw photos, and noise reduction.
Apple said that ProRaw is similar to Google’s computational raw technology, released with Pixel 3 in 2018.
List of mobile photography tricks
According to Blog Hubspot’s report, before smartphones were invented, people have to buy expensive cameras and editing software for their laptops or desktop computers to capture and edit high-quality pictures.
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Thanks to Apple, Oppo, and other smartphone manufactures, people can now use their mobile devices to take great photos and use editing apps to edit them without spending too much money.
Here are some tricks you need to know to maximize your mobile photography skills.
1) Play around with color blocking.
2) Use leading lines.
3) Set your camera’s focus.
4) Use gridlines to balance your shot.
5) Focus on one subject.
6) Find different perspectives.
7) Embrace negative space.
8) Play with reflections.
9) Look for symmetry.
10) Keep an eye out for repetitive patterns.
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