The powerful Halide Camera app for iPhone, as well as the long-exposure Spectre app from the same developers, have been refreshed on the App Store with some cool new features bringing depth-of-field photography support for pets and inanimate objects to the new iPhone SE.
Apple’s iPhones sport some of the best mobile point-and-shoot cameras in the industry. While their megapixel counts aren’t always as high as some of the Android-powered handsets out there, an iPhone’s camera stands apart from the rest because of the powerful software that drives it, and this includes the Portrait mode that comes baked into the native Camera app.
Portrait mode comes in handy at times when trying to snap the ideal photograph of a subject – be it an object or a person. Sadly, it’s limited to handsets that are equipped with dual cameras, with the iPhone XR being the lone exception to this rule, but jailbreakers can now take advantage of a newly-released jailbreak tweak called PortraitXI by iOS developer foxfortmobile to circumvent this needless limitation.
If you have an iPhone X or 8 Plus, then you might be familiar with the Portrait Lighting feature that Apple conveniently bundled into your handset’s stock Camera app. It applies professional lighting effects to your photo subject with the help of your device’s dual camera setup and powerful processor.
The iPhone 7 Plus also sports a dual camera setup and a powerful processor, but Apple uses software to limit Portrait Lightning to the iPhone X and 8 Plus. Fortunately, a new free jailbreak tweak dubbed LightsOn by iOS developer Voltized can fix that.
Apple today posted a new photography-focused iPhone X ad on its official YouTube channel.
Apple last evening posted a new video to its official YouTube channel, offering a rare behind the scenes look at how the Portrait Lighting effects on iPhone X were created.
This past weekend, a trio of nicely done new videos appeared on Apple's Brazilian YouTube channel, titled “Selfies on iPhone X” and similar to its larger "Shot on iPhone" series” campaign.
Apple has shared a new video ad that highlights Portrait Mode selfies taken on the iPhone X utilizing Portrait Lighting effects. The short clip also includes a poem narrated by Muhammad Ali.
Apple just published three new iPhone X-focused videos on its official YouTube channel that promote iPhone X's Portrait Lighting shooting mode and the Face ID biometric feature.
The makers of the popular Infltr image editor for iPhone and iPad today released a winter update with a bunch of new features, including the ability to record filtered videos from the camera.
Irish developer Steven Troughton-Smith has discovered that old Portrait Mode photos currently cannot be enhanced using Apple's new Portrait Lighting effects without resorting to trickery.
The iPhone X is a powerful new beast. Whether you are still debating on whether to get the new phone, or if you just want to know what makes this device stand out, I've taken a look at the 25 best features of the iPhone X.
Apple on Tuesday shared a pair of mini video tutorials on its official YouTube channel, covering an all-new Portrait Lighting shooting mode on iPhone 8 Plus.