Shot with iPhone 13 Pro @ 77 mm: f/2.8, 1/221 s, ISO 32.
Just as we were boarding our next flight in Doha, the sun and sky decided to show off a bit. Wish you could have seen this in person.
Shot with iPhone 11 Pro @ 52 mm: f/2, 1/50 s, ISO 160.
Apple is kicking off 2019 by celebrating the most stunning photographs captured on iPhone, the world’s most popular camera, by inviting iPhone users to submit their best shots.
From January 22 to February 7, Apple is looking for outstanding photographs for a Shot on iPhone Challenge. A panel of judges will review worldwide submissions and select 10 winning photos, to be announced in February.
Pete Souza, Barack Obama’s photographer, is one of the judges.
Updated on 25/01/2019
Apple believes strongly that artists should be compensated for their work. Photographers who shoot the final 10 winning photos will receive a licensing fee for use of such photos on billboards and other Apple marketing channels.
A backlash shouldn’t have been necessary for Apple to include the statement above but I’m glad they came around.
I went out shooting with the iPhone XS today and was not only surprised by this here peacock sneaking up on me, but also at the result of Portrait Mode and its bokeh. It has a much more natural, analogue look to it, reminiscent of what SLR lenses are capable of producing. It’s not there yet but I like what I see.
Shot with iPhone X @ 52 mm: f/2.4 (simulated f/1.4 by Portrait Mode), 1/122 s, ISO 32.
Josh Raab & Olivier Laurent:
Following last year’s Shot on iPhone 6 campaign, Apple is bringing back the concept for the iPhone 6s. The new ad campaign features 53 images from 41 amateurs and professional photographers from around the world.
This is such a great campaign! Time has a few photos published in their article, and Mashable has a few more.