Take just a few minutes to watch videos published on Apple in its Shot series on iPhone to inform your camera's flagship possibilities IPhone 11, through situations where just thinking about it would seem impossible. However, video lovers are not the only ones who are surprised.
Awesome photos shared by Amon Chapple, a photographer, who decided to spend 40 days of darkness from the Arctic circle explored 11 night mode, with excellent results. After the experience Chapple shared his conclusions and recommendations while using his mobile camera in this mode.
Chapple spent 40 nights in Murmansk, Russia, a city in the dark, from December 2 to January 11 each year. Using the iPhone night mode, Chapple volunteered to document his time in the area and addressing the issue of occupants The largest city in the Arctic circle.
According to how mymodernmet is shared, the experience is built in a external environment
The iPhone night mode is the biggest magic camera technology I've used. I still don't understand. I was taking the picture with a third hand, but I've never seen a blurry motion. All the guns I made were sharp.
Among other benefits, Chapples emphasized that apart from the ubiquitous camera equipment, he was able to stay focused and, as a result, get a closer view of life in the north. However, it also highlighted some limitations.
The camera is free from errors. The phantom effect is problematic, since normal green dots are usually visible on the frame, although Chapple points out that they may be resolved when reproducing.
In the end, Chapple wanted that IPhone photos are opening up new possibilities. Though it will not change forever, his shooting experience in Murmansk showed him the freedom and flexibility of working with his cellphone alone.