Source: Austin Mann I look forward to these reviews every year and this years might be the best. Can’t wait too see how the ultra wide does in normal day to day situations.
I’ve tried a few different apps and landed on Snapseed as the best way to flip an image on iOS. First off load up your image into the app, then follow this image guide.
Went to Legoland this week was more impressed with my iPhone XS in low light than I thought I’d be. Any movement will punish you but if you can keep it steady then it was pretty impressive. I haven’t got a Pixel to compare it to anymore but would have been a great way toContinue reading “Low light iPhone XS photos”
I love having my iPhone with me to take shots when I’m out and about but for me nothing beats my Canon 70D. I’m off work at the moment and out and about on day trips and been using it quite a lot. For me the thing I love the most about the Canon rangeContinue reading “Canon 70D appreciation (and an iPad workflow)”
Another go a shooting pano vertically, shot on iPhone XS at Dyrham National Trust bear Bath.
This is probably old news to a lot of people but I’ve recently started to use Pano mode on my iPhone taking taller images instead of using them for landscapes. Just turn the phone sideways and start the pano at the lowest point and then move right up to the sky.
Something weird happened when I got a replacement iPhone last week, smart HDR got better. I have no idea how this happened unless the last one had a fault in the camera module (in store diagnostics didn’t show any) but the first day I had the chance to take some pics at sunset I wasContinue reading “Replacing my iPhone changed my view on Smart HDR”
I’ve tried to use my iPhone as much as possible as a point and shoot and been very inspired by this Reddit thread highlighting what you can do with an iPhone. What’s nice is that it shows with the right lighting you can get stunning shots with any iPhone, you should see some of theContinue reading “#shotoniphone photo gallery”
I’ve been playing with the Sony RX100 mark VI for a few days now and I have to say I’m conflicted. On the one hand it’s very portable and after spending some time getting to grips with the over complicated menu system I’m not sure if I’m keeping it. I’m trying to balance strengths vsContinue reading “Sony RX100 VI initial impressions”
I’m not a huge fan of screen protectors on my phone or iPad but I always get them for my cameras. I did some experimenting and landed on the Ormy screen guard glass. Fitting it was easy using the included dust removal sticker and just placing it on the camera. It probably helps that theContinue reading “Sony RX100 VI screen protector”