Pro photographer uses Apple iPhone 6 Plus camera to cover White House event

Pro photographer uses Apple iPhone 6 Plus camera to cover White House event
With all of the comparison testing of smartphone cameras, there is one group whose decisions should have a lot of weight. We're talking about professional photographers. And time and again, this group seems to favor the rear snapper on the back of the Apple iPhone. Freelancer Brooks Kraft, who has covered the White House since 2000, was on assignment at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue photographing the annual unveiling of the Christmas decorations. Kraft decided to shoot using the iSight camera on the Apple iPhone 6 Plus.

While Kraft does own both new iPhone models, he chose the phablet so that he could employ the OIS feature that is included with the larger phone only. The photographer was hoping that the inclusion of the stabilization feature would allow him to take better shots in rooms that were dimly lit.

So how did the shoot come out? You can be the judge of that, as we have a few of Kraft's shots in the slideshow below. Also, we've included five photography tips that Kraft has written especially for those using the iPhone camera.



source: Time via AppleInsider

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