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Two from iPhone 8+. Louis through 3.5” floppy as filter:

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Southwest Chief observation car:

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A couple from our Zion Narrows hike with my iPhone 11. The CA in the wide angle shot isn’t good. But other than that the iPhone performed well in the dark canyon.

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iPhone 11 Pro Max

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Big Penny at Old Forester in Louisville, KY

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Some monochrome with hipstamatic tintype and Darkr app.

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I’m so pleased with the camera on my iPhone 11. The wide angle lens is a lot of fun. For $750 this phone offers so much. I’m not sure if the $400 additional it would have cost me for the iPhone 11 Plus would have been worth it to me. If at the end of the year I feel like the three lens version would have been a lot better, I will upgrade to a top of the line phone next year. These photos were shot in challenging light and conditions. The cameras on the phone did not disappoint in any way.


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Straight out of iPhone XS Max. Sunset in Moraira Spain.
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I’m so pleased with the camera on my iPhone 11. The wide angle lens is a lot of fun. For $750 this phone offers so much. I’m not sure if the $400 additional it would have cost me for the iPhone 11 Plus would have been worth it to me. If at the end of the year I feel like the three lens version would have been a lot better, I will upgrade to a top of the line phone next year. These photos were shot in challenging light and conditions. The cameras on the phone did not disappoint in any way.


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for me if I’m jumping ship from one flagship to another OS, then I wanted to get the best right of the bat. It wasn’t even about the cameras, strangely... but the battery life.
I don’t think I could be happier right now on the battery front. I still like the Android ecosystem, and have a Chromebook that I use a ton. But the iPhone 11 Pro Max should work well for me for a long time.
I did learn though that the better service and desks are buying directly from Apple versus going through my carrier. Verizon used to be good, but around here the customer service has gone down hill. I’llb be buying all my devices direct from now on and not through carriers.
 
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for me if I’m jumping ship from one flagship to another OS, then I wanted to get the best right of the bat. It wasn’t even about the cameras, strangely... but the battery life.
I don’t think I could be happier right now on the battery front. I still like the Android ecosystem, and have a Chromebook that I use a ton. But the iPhone 11 Pro Max should work well for me for a long time.
I did learn though that the better service and desks are buying directly from Apple versus going through my carrier. Verizon used to be good, but around here the customer service has gone down hill. I’llb be buying all my devices direct from now on and not through carriers.
I have no complaints about the battery life on my iPhone. I charge it daily, but only usually use about 40% in a day. I love the size of the 11. The only thing I feel I am missing out on is the telephoto lens.
 
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used the standard camera app and a little post processing in Snapseed.

Wild Turkey Distillery- Angel’s View
 
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iPhone 7 Plus, shot as DNG raw with 645 Pro Mk III app, edited in Lightroom Classic. Probably the best results I've ever been able to achieve with raw out of an iPhone...

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Grey and grey and more grey.
Depressing.
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iPhone XSMax
 
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a bit more colours to break the overall greyness of the day.
 
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Yeah, but the tiny specs of red in the first sure do pop out.
I love the composition in the second one--it's both an enigma and an explanation. Well done.
Thank you,
It is so difficult to find anything worth of even an iphone picture at the moment in London.
It is all grey.
And then dark.
I could go to the park but they close far too early now.
Not to mention that around where I live it is not advisable to walk with an iphone or a DSLR on your own past 1700 (when it is already very dark).
So my new D7200 has not seen much action in the past 3 months.
 
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Thank you,
It is so difficult to find anything worth of even an iphone picture at the moment in London.
It is all grey.
And then dark.
I could go to the park but they close far too early now.
Not to mention that around where I live it is not advisable to walk with an iphone or a DSLR on your own past 1700 (when it is already very dark).
So my new D7200 has not seen much action in the past 3 months.
Winter is tough for photography for me, too!! I miss it so much!!
 

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