Following the release of new iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X on September 12, there are a series of technologies revealing to us, such as faster A11 Fusion, True Tone display, augmented reality, better camera, etc. Among these excellent new features, Portrait Lighting function in dual camera on iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X will gain many likes from Apple users who love taking photos and edit them on iPhone. So what is Portrait Lighting?
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What Is Portrait Lighting?
Portrait Lighting is a newly-added feature in Portrait mode, which was already introduced on iPhone 7 Plus in iOS 10.1 and later, but it can only blur the background of photos. Now, the updated mode with advanced portrait lighting feature goes further. Combining complex software and hardware like depth-sensing camera and facial mapping, portrait lighting is able to produce the effect of real studio lighting – by smartly recognizing your face and then casting different light over it to make your face more impressive and sharper, against a natural blurred background.
There are total five lighting styles in Portrait Lighting, including Natural Light, Studio Light, Contour Light, Stage Light, Stage Light Mono. Each has its unique effect. After taking a photo with iPhone 8 Plus or iPhone X, you can have a try and choose one light style you like to make your pictures become more wonderful than ever.