The iPhone 11 and 11 Pro will only be available tomorrow, but a professional photographer and globe-trotter has already gone on a trip with the Pro version. He delivers his impressions on the performances of the apparatus. Photo quality, night mode, ultra-wide angle lens, what is the iPhone 11 Pro really worth?
Photo Credits: Austin Mann
This is one of the aspects particularly emphasized by Apple for his new iPhone 11 Pro. The photo part has been fine-tuned and the camera has three sensors on the back including an ultra wide-angle lens, a first for the Cupertino company. The hardware comes with a improved software processing, a crucial aspect for quality photos, as proven so well Google with its pixels in recent years.
iPhone 11 Pro: a professional photographer is impressed by his photo performance
Several grips of the iPhone 11 Pro have been released in recent days, but those for whom the camera is a key criterion especially await the verdict of DxOMark. Meanwhile, Austin Mann, a professional photographer and globe-trotter has released his on the iPhone 11 Pro and is very enthusiastic, especially on taken in low light condition after his tests in China.
"The most common question asked by novice and professional photographers is how to take better pictures on iPhone in low light conditions. Adding Night mode this year is the answer to the question. It is easy to use and very powerful. And since everything is automatic, it will completely change the way everyone takes pictures on their iPhone, "explains Austin Mann in a post posted on his blog.
" Apple had a lot of catching up to do and this year I noticed a huge advance in camera capacity. The night mode and the ultra wide-angle lens will change the way we tell stories and we express ourselves as artists using an iPhone, "he added.
For now, the Huawei P30 Pro and the Galaxy Note Samsung's 10+ remain the market's benchmark in photography. Will the iPhone 11 Pro manage to dethrone them this year in the DxOMark rankings? The verdict will fall in the coming days.
Source: Austin Mann