Travel Photographer Austin Mann Has Released The Most Beautiful Iphone 11 Pro Camera Review
As in the past few years, Apple has provided Austin with the opportunity to try out the new iPhone before launching it. In 2019, the famous travel photographer took the iPhone 11 Pro with him on a trip to China, where he makes his documentary with cellist Yo-Yo Ma.
First of all, Mann wanted to try out an ultra-wide-angle lens, so soon after arriving in China, he went to take pictures of natural landscapes. The photographer was also very interested in the night mode, as well as managing the storage of photos in the new iOS 13 and editing tools.
In the work of the new lens, the photographer notes a wide shutter speed range from 1/125,000 to 1 second, f / 1.8 aperture, night mode and phase autofocus.
To test the night mode separately, the photographer went to Guilin to shoot amazing river landscapes. He met a man on a boat and took some photographs with him at dusk at sunset.
The photographer also compared last year’s iPhone XS and 11 Pro cameras.
Here’s what happened when shooting on a tripod:
Austin talks about how, as a professional, he needs an understanding of how his tool works. For finer camera settings, he recommends using the Halide app. In the standard camera application, he lacks viewing exposure parameters.
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