Apple Shares A Newsroom Post Explaining How To Take Floral Photos With iPhone 12 Pro

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner Apple today shared a new Newsroom post outlining how people can take great photos of flowers using just their iPhone 12 Pro or iPhone 12 Pro Max phone.

Taking the opportunity to remind everyone of the hardware inside their high-end iPhone, Apple points out that the different cameras are specifically suited to different types of images.

The versatile pro camera systems on iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max push the boundaries of innovation with powerful new computational photography and feature an expansive 120-degree field-of-view Ultra Wide camera; a Telephoto camera, great for framing portraits, with an even longer focal length on iPhone 12 Pro Max; and an all-new ƒ/1.6-aperture Wide camera. The optical image stabilization (OIS) system on the Wide camera makes 5,000 micro-adjustments per second for amazing Night mode shots and steady video.

The full piece goes through various aspects of taking a great image including setting up, framing the shot, and editing in the Photos app.

Apple also goes into how to make the best of its ProRAW format, something that a ton of people won’t be doing.

The Newsroom post is absolutely worth checking out, whether you plan on taking photos of flowers this weekend or not. Many of these ideas and tips will come in handy when you’re taking photos of just about anything, too.

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