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Friday, 23 February 2018

Apple explains how you can get professional photos with Light Portrait

Apple has just released a new video in which we present the Portrait Lightning function in Spanish Luz Retrato. Although we already know almost this feature, in this new announcement those from Cupertino tell us how they have managed to achieve this almost professional effect in such a small device.

In the video we can see how they compare the lighting of a real studio with that of your iPhone X. If you want to see the video, here we leave it.

Artificial intelligence in photos 

The apple company shows us in this new video how they have achieved an effect very close to a real study using simply the Automatic Learning, relying on the Artificial Intelligence to which so much work they have been putting it in the last years.

In addition, in the ad we can also see that Apple advertises the Light Portrait of the front camera that we can only find on the iPhone X. This allows us to take amazing pictures of ourselves without the help of anyone else - as long as the lighting conditions are favorable.
Finished study, without the study

Apple is improving this feature of Light Portrait more and more, but it is still in beta, so it can present some flaws from time to time. We trust that Cupertino will improve this feature in a short time, since they are giving a lot of attention and is one of the main reasons to buy an iPhone X or an iPhone 8.

The description that Apple has given to his latest video has been the following: "Take a look behind the iPhone X and discover the process that we went through when creating Luz Retrato. We study the art of portraits from paintings to photographs. We work with creators of global images and the best photographers in the world, combining eternal lighting principles with Machine Learning , to create an iPhone that takes portraits with studio quality, without study . "

Apple is focusing its attention on the main aspects of the iPhone X. From the Animojis to the new integration of the Luz Retrato mode, those from Cupertino want to take the iPhone experience to the clouds .

Do you use this feature a lot on your iPhone X or iPhone 8? Leave us your answer in the comments!

Via | 9to5Mac 

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