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Wedding Photographer Shoots The Same Pics With Both The New iPhone 11 Pro And His Gear, Compares The Results

The iPhone 11 Pro, with its triple rear cameras, night mode, and new selfie camera is surely meant to be Apple’s photography counter to Android’s three-camera flagships, the Huawei P30 Pro, Google Pixel 3 and Samsung Galaxy Note 10. But just how good is it? Professional wedding photographers of 7 years Jamie and Lauren Eichar wanted to find out. They took the new device alongside their trusty Canon 5D Mark IV for an engagement shoot with their friends, and then posted the results side-by-side for people to compare.

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“We got into photographing weddings accidentally,” Jamie told Bored Panda. “My wife and I had only been dating at the time for 1 month and some good friends of ours were getting married and asked us to photograph their wedding because of our interest in photography.”

At the time they were in college, just shooting as a hobby. “We posted their photos up on Facebook and a lot of our friends who were getting married right out of college started asking us to shoot their wedding too. People liked having familiar faces behind the camera and a really great discount from beginner photographers who weren’t doing so bad at it. Once we had a decent enough portfolio, we asked ourselves if we wanted to really go for this full time. As the weddings continued to snowball we got more and more serious about wedding photography. Seven years later and we’ve photographed about 150 weddings and love it.”

Image credits: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=423&v=-2OqqrtKS-E

iPhone 11 Pro

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Canon 5D Mark IV

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iPhone 11 Pro

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Canon 5D Mark IV

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iPhone 11 Pro

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Canon 5D Mark IV

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iPhone 11 Pro

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Canon 5D Mark IV

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iPhone 11 Pro Portrait Mode

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iPhone 11 Pro Not Portrait Mode

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iPhone 11 Pro

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Canon 5D Mark IV

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iPhone 11 Pro

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Canon 5D Mark IV

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“A phone in your pocket is a camera in your pocket and we love that we always have that on us,” Jamie said. “It’s easy to mess around with it in whatever setting we’re in everyday life… playing with our nieces and nephew, going on a hike, or traveling we’ve got an impressive little camera right with us.”

“We started pulling out our phones for a few extra portrait images on wedding days and engagement shoots as a way to send the couple teaser images as they wait to get all of their photos back. Once portrait mode became a thing, we’ve wanted to make this video to show off what the iPhone is capable of. Not until the iPhone 11 came out, did it actually feel like the quality was this good that we could fool people to think that it’s from our professional DSLR.”

So far, Jamie has always had an iPhone and hasn’t explored other phones. “I’m always interested in what each one is capable of. From what I see in reviews, it seems like there are lots of great cameras on other smart phones but none that do portrait mode as well as the iPhone.”

The photographer said that you’re going to be able to get the image you like with every camera. If you understand lighting, composition, framing, posing, and other key essentials, of course. With that said,  when it comes to smartphones, Jamie still chooses the iPhone. “I think what makes the iPhone stand out from the rest is that they have managed to include 3 different focal lengths into the phones cameras without sacrificing the quality of the sensor in any of them. In other phones that try to do the same thing, often they will have one great camera and the others will be there more as a gimmick. Also, portrait mode on the iPhone 11 Pro is definitely stands out as the best at simulating the effect of true depth of field that you would get from a DSLR.”

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