Apple has made another advancement in photography effects available on a camera which is coming along with you everwhere. Apple iphone 7 users are already aware of the portrait mode, now the company has extended technology by introducing portrait lighting. With Portrait mode, the smartphone uses the dual camera setup to break down a scene in the viewfinder. The software and hardware work together create a 3D depth map that lets the user get a DSLR-like portrait mode.
Not all iPhone models are compatible with the portrait lighting feature. Portrait lighting is not an application of a filter but it makes automatic adjustments to actual image information like exposure and highlights in different areas to result in excellent lighting effects. The demo displays the ability to do contour lighting, highlight facial features or mono stage lighting, isolating a face in grayscale and letting everything else fade to black.
It's wise to note that Portrait Lighting effects are not randomly placed but are very accurate, thanks to software processing, the new A11 Bionic chipset and the new ISP involved. The data generated by the three gives the iPhone a very accurate description of the subject's face and the technology is far superior from the stuff we are used to seeing on Snapchat. Apple uses the generated depth map to determine how lighting will naturally react on the subject's face.
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