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Photographers share beautiful photos that are made on iPhone XS

Like almost every year, Apple provided some professional photographers early access to iPhone XS before it was released to show the capabilities of the handset. Prior to this Friday's launch, travel photographer Austin Mann and former photographer of the White House, Pete Souza, have drawn shared images from the Apple flagship on Monday.

Mann, who had been sown with early iPhone units in the past, was the first in a series of photo's of a trip to Zanzibar for PetaPixel.

Many of the photos are amazing and show the large dynamic range of the new iPhone camera. Photo's of splashing waves, photo's are made while standing in the sun, some portrait mode photos and more.

However, it seems that there are still cases where Portrait mode has problems to nail the separation of the subject, as can be seen in the shot of the beer can. Slight fading around the top edges of the can indicates that the system confuses the object with background content. That said, portrait photos of a boat crew look stain.

In a second gallery, Souza photographed a number of photos for the Daily Mail.

All photo's have been taken in Washington, D.C., and again show many exles photos in low light, vivid colors and portrait mode.

Be sure to view the full galleries for more photo's.

As the release of the iPhone XS and XS Max comes closer, we are probably exles of the photography functions of the new devices. Apple is constantly looking for iPhone as the most popular camera in the world and invests a lot in TV, print and digital advertising. One of these caigns, "Shot on iPhone", has become an important tool to advertise new iPhone hardware, taking photos taken by everyday users and amateur photographers.

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