iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro introduce a brand new Night mode feature for capturing unimaginable low light photographs that wouldn’t be usable in any other case. The telephoto lens on new Max fashions additionally captures more light without Night mode due to its ƒ/2.0 aperture in comparison with ƒ/2.4 on iPhone XS Max.
Each digicam enhancements make the iPhone 11 lineup superb for catching a memorable photograph in a darkish live performance venue, and the usual large lens isn’t any slouch. The superior music and travel photographer Ryan Russell has a shot to show it.
Ryan Russell has photographed (and filmed) a few of my favorite musicians over the years, so I wasn’t shocked to see his incredible photo of Elton John’s “Farewell Yellow Brick Road” efficiency in Vancouver this week. What did surprise me is that it was shot on his iPhone — particularly the brand new iPhone 11 Pro Max.
The shot not solely frames the legendary Sir Elton John at his piano. It totally captures the wave of individuals witnessing one in each of his last performances on the highway below the sunshine present and confetti drop that paints the viewers.
Ryan added that the iPhone 11 Pro Max “dominated for video as properly,” so the brand new iPhones aren’t simply unimaginable pocket cameras for nonetheless pictures. iPhone 11 is the primary model to help prolonged dynamic vary for video as much as 60 fps, not simply 30fps. Even in the event, you can’t make a reside present, live performance viewers on YouTube will profit from the video enhancements on iPhone 11.
Follow Ryan Russell on Twitter and Instagram to see more of his work, and keep tuned for extra iPhone 11 digicam enhancements coming later this year when Deep Fusion debuts with “superior machine studying to do pixel-by-pixel processing of pictures, optimizing for texture, particulars, and noise in each a part of the photograph.”