Tag Archives: camera

Computational Zoom on the iPhone 11 Pro

Google talks a big game about how they enhance zoomed photos in a feature they call Super Res Zoom, which I have tested in the past and found to be less effective than the additional hardware found in the iPhone XS. The Pixel 4 will be in my hands soon and I’ll be testing out […]

Astral Photography on the iPhone 11 Pro and Pixel 3a

I installed the pre-release version of the Google Camera app with astral photography functionality on a Pixel 3a and tried it out compared to the iPhone 11 Pro. I don’t have a Pixel 4 yet to see how it does, but I hope to get one pretty soon and will of course do a similar head-to-head when I do.

The iPhone XS Camera in Low Light (compared to an iPhone 8 Plus)

It’s camera comparison time again, people! If you know anything about me, you know I love doing these, and spent a good portion of lat 2017 comparing the iPhone 8 Plus and Pixel 2 cameras in a whole host of blind comparisons. This year the Pixel 2 is gone, and I now have an iPhone […]

A Few iPhone XS Camera Observations

One of the most impressive elements of the iPhone XS is the new camera, which appears to be far more enhanced than even Apple let on when they revealed it a few weeks ago. Before I get into a strong of posts comparing the 2018 and 2017 iPhone cameras, I wanted to take a look […]

Comparing HDR RAW capture on Lightroom, Halide, and Obscura

I love to shoot photos in RAW on my iPhone. The stock camera app does some excellent magic to get incredible photos, but in some cases I really just want to be old school and get a ton of image data and process things how I want. One of the situations where I appreciate RAW […]