Thanks to the faster sensors, chips and algorithms, vertical panoramic photographs taken with your iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max retain uniform focus across the shot and no longer suffer from exposure issues.
Apple’s first-look video shows off iPhone Xs’s camera improvements that in this generation mostly revolve around software and computational photography improvements stemming from machine learning advances. For this video, a pair of videographers used 4K, Slo-mo and Time-lapse shooting modes to create nice-looking scenes featuring water, fire, metal and light.
Apple is thought to be prepping an iPhone with three 12-megapixel lenses on the back. This should permit engineers to boost iPhone photography with enhancements such as 3X optical zoom, stereoscopic vision, improved low-light performance and much more.
One of the best original iPhone photography apps that sold over 14 million copies is getting a complete makeover. Camera+ 2 has been rewritten from the ground up for speed, with new iPad features, Lightbox/Photos integration, native RAW image editor and much more. Pre-order it now half price from App Store ahead of the scheduled launch next Tuesday.
Want to take bokeh images or shoot depth of field video using the Instagram camera? Now you can with Instagram’s new focus mode that leaves the person in the foreground sharp and clear while the background gets blurred.
Although Instagram does not permit users to upload their beautiful panoramic shots to the service, iPhone photographers needn’t worry. Thanks to a simple trick and an app called Panols, anyone can create seamless, swipeable ultra-wide posts on Instagram.