I am still testing the iPhone 11 Pro for a variety of photo subjects. These are to see how it does for closeup details. Not quite a macro camera, but very close. Plus because of the iPhone 11’s small lenses you get quite a bit of depth of field for these closeup subjects.
For these images I was using the 6mm lens (Full Frame equivalent would is 52mm)
Looks like a worthy albeit expensive upgrade. I’ve been thinking of replacing my 6 with this model.All these images you made are encouraging.
Yes Steve! I also upgraded from an iPhone 6. It is remarkably better, especially in the shadows. Plus I open the iPhone jpegs in Adobe Camera Raw using the Raw settings also allowing even more adjustments before actually opening the file. In Adobe Camera Raw I can also set it to a much larger file size when it opens in Photoshop for larger prints. I am still working on if the digital zoom, which goes up to 10x is worth using. I find the iPhone extremely useful in the field because when I am out shooting with a 400mm Canon DO lens or other long lens I usually had a m43 Camera with a 14-140mm for wider or detail shots. The iPhone seems to cover this without lugging 2 cameras.
Anything that makes the load lighter is a good thing. I’ve found the 6 disappointing for anything with a wide dynamic range, especially sunrises. Its HDR functioning isn’t all that good either.
Wow, gorgeous shots, Reed. The drops on the cobwebs are like strings of pearls!
Thanks Eliza! It is fun to look around after a rain and see what you can find for photo subjects. I am surprised the iPhone 11 Pro does so well this close up. Plus the lenses are so small you have a lot of Depth of Field for more detail.