iphone 13 pro max portrait mode test for Photo & Video Quality by a PHOTOGRAPHER in Day & Night

The iPhone 13 Pro Max had the most impressive camera in the entire iPhone 13 range, which led to the iPhone 13 Pro feeling like a second-class disappointment. Not a favorite from the 'Pro' model. Fortunately, this is not the case when it comes to the iPhone 13 Pro. Thankfully, this is not the case with the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. Both camera types are the same at this time. With three 13-megapixel cameras on both models. It comes with a brand new f / 1.5 sensor (both of these earlier models had f / 1.6) which gives the iPhone 13 Pro Max a 2.2x increase in light photos compared to the iPhone 13 Pro. This is not so great with the iPhone 13 Pro Max compared to its predecessor, however, it is still a huge improvement. The widest sensor on these two phones is enhanced with a much easier f / 1.8 aperture compared to the equivalent f / 2.4 found on the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. Overall, the sensor has a 92% improvement in low brightness compared to the iPhone 13 Pro's wide. One of the new features in each phone is the ability to take macro pictures as small as 2cm, using a very wide sensor.

iPhone 13 Pro Max Camera

This phone camera, with a resolution of 13 megapixels has also been upgraded to triple zoom. This is a significant improvement over the iPhone 13 Pro model than the iPhone 13 Pro Max, while the iPhone 13 Pro also has a sensitivity feature. It was on the iPhone 13 Pro Max last year, but it wasn’t on the iPhone 13 Pro.
During this time you will be able to take pictures of night mode with a telephoto sensor which is a great feature to zoom in on soft images.

iPhone 13 Pro Max Portrait Mode

In the video space, there is a new Cinematic mode that works with the same Portrait-mode effect to blur in all objects, but not the title. It will change smarter whenever the topic view changes. It is also possible to adjust the focus area after production.
Apple should make any wrinkles using Cinematic mode but it's fun to play at this point.

There are other features to be announced with the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. We expect iOS 15.1 to integrate with the ProRes video codec which allows you to save a lot of information from your video to give you more editing options. Be prepared to magnify your shadows after production.
In the end, these are the two top iPhone camera apps we've seen, and indeed the top two Smartphone cameras currently exist.

As both the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max share the same camera features, so they are also connected in terms of performance. Both phones have Apple's latest A15 Bionic chip.
It is not a standard A15 Bionic chip. This version includes a five GPU core, which is different from the 4 core iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini.
The chip completely eliminates rivals. Both GPU and CPU are believed to reach 50% higher than Android competitors.

Attach 13 Pro Max even to your case, and you can get 'big' shots. Yes, technically not macro, but extremely closeups. The biggest argument when you do this is that because of the wide range of viewing and close proximity of the phone to your theme, the light is deceptive. There is also the fact that the depth of the field at such a small distance is too small, and if you add a field curve to that (the focus plane is not just a 'plane'), you get blurred results. However, with careful lighting, fencing, and a steady hand, you can get amazing close-ups with the iPhone 13 Pro Max.

Shooting with a large camera in the automatic mode of Auto Night mode, you will be getting pictures with low normal light, even the slightest bit of 'Night mode' that glorifies the beauty expressed by other night maker modes. Indeed, the 13 Pro Max is not aggressive in restoring outstanding points, nor does it promote too many shadows, but it does open up a more realistic view of life - however, the story goes.
White balance and color complement are most common, although some form of street lighting can produce results from orange.
The details are great without the extreme tonal, where Apple’s view of night mode refuses to engage - some deep shadows or simple sources will be better enhanced by other overnight modes.

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