Apple is offering a running list of images taken with the 12MP dual camera system found on the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. In doing so, it’s promoting new features found on the devices like Smart HDR, advanced bokeh in Portrait mode, and the ability to change the depth of field with Depth Control. The photos come from amateurs and pros alike who are using the hashtag #ShotoniPhone (or #shotoniPhoneXS) across social media, including Twitter and Instagram.
Here are a few of the images Apple has highlighted:
— ROGER GONZALEZ (@rogergzz) September 23, 2018
— Andrew Kearns (@andrewtkearns) September 27, 2018
May have ended up upgrading to an iPhone XS yesterday. Have to say, I’m loving the fact I can adjust depth of field, and finally the camera focusses on my dog in portrait mode! #ShotOniPhoneXS pic.twitter.com/OJBdkYLzAz
— Verity Milligan (@Vemsteroo) September 23, 2018
Officially announced and released last month, the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max both include advanced camera features. The new Depth Control feature allows you to dynamically adjust the depth of field both in real-time preview and post-capture to create portraits with a background blur. Portrait mode with Depth Control is also available on the TrueDepth camera for selfies.