How does the iPhone X’s Studio Lighting compare to actual studio lighting?
In recent years, phone-makers have turned to software and alogirthms to catch up with pro photographers. The most common trick is to use the increasingly common dual-camera setup on the back of phones to generate a depth map of an image, which lets the software blur the background and keep the subject in focus, creating a virtual shallow depth of field that simulates the effect of a $500 DSLR lens.
With the launch of the iPhone X and 8 Plus this fall, Apple took things up a notch. Portrait Lighting uses the same algorithmic models to artifically change the lighting on …read more
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