As Apple is constantly expanding the availability of the iPhone 13 around the world, the company is also strongly promoting all the new features of its brand new phones. On Instagram, Apple has ordered several shots with the ultra wide lens of the new iPhone 13 line.
Apple has commissioned six photographers to take some photos using the new iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro. Named “Expand Your Perspective,” this #ShotOniPhone series delivers a variety of combinations that users can create with an ultra-wide lens.
Apple specifically ordered photos with an ultra-wide lens because it brought with it some big improvements. For example, from the iPhone 12 to the iPhone 13, the new ultra-wide lens sensor can collect 47% more light in the scene, while the ultra-wide lens sensor on the iPhone 13 Pro can bring a 92% improvement for low-light environments.
And not only that, on Pro models, users can shoot using the Macro Photo feature, which allows you to zoom in up to 2 inches to take a photo.
With images, Apple highlights the benefits of Smart HDR 4, a larger aperture, as well as a 120 ° field of view that adds more content to a single shot. Ever since it introduced Ultra Wide lenses with the iPhone 11, Apple has been improving it every year. The iPhone 13 includes a larger aperture that enhances scenes in low light and also makes the natural distortion of the lens less noticeable.
For this job, Apple hired photographers Zerb Mellish, Cody Cobb, Jake Michael, Jason Nocit, Ryan Caruthers and Julien James. You can see all the pictures below.
Also, don’t forget to check out Apple’s Instagram for more images highlighting all the new features of the iPhone 13. Want to know compared to previous models and is it worth buying? Don’t forget to check out our iPhone 13 Pro review here.
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