The iPhone camera system is one of the most sophisticated digital imaging systems ever developed. The software defined camera is evolving with every new generation device. Apple are one of the key players at the forefront of computational imaging for photography and videography.

Here you will find articles exploring my experiences with specific devices, and the technology itself.

What is Dynamic Tone Mapping?

Apple has introduced several computational imaging technologies to the iPhone imaging system. What is dynamic tone mapping, what does it do and how does it work?

Why the iPhone 11 Pro Max is the Best iPhone for Cinematic Video

The iPhone 11 Pro Max is capable of capturing truly cinematic video. Find out why I think it’s the best iPhone for cinematic video yet.

Computational Imaging, Mobile Computing and the Future of Photography

The future of the camera is computational. Computational imaging technology, AI, and consumer mobile computing are the real drivers of innovation in digital imaging.

What is FiLMiC LOGv2?

FiLMiC LogV2 increases the dynamic range of the iPhone XS and iPhone 11 series cameras up to 12 stops in ideal conditions. Here’s how it works.

iPhone XS Max Low Light Video Test and First Impressions

I was fortunate to test the iPhone XS Max with the FiLMiC Pro team in Barcelona. Here’s a iPhone XS Max low light video test and my initial thoughts.

Shooting Cinematic Video with the Original iPhone SE

Is it possible to shoot cinematic video with an original iPhone SE? Here’s how my journey shooting and color grading iPhone video began.