Blind Spot Camera Comparison with Pixel 7 Pro, iPhone 14 Pro Max and Galaxy S22 Ultra
Ah, blind camera comparisons, where both camera novices and experienced pixel shorts can mutually enjoy a high stakes race among the best camera phones on the market.
Anyway, be sure to vote for your favorite photo in each of the following scenes. The results will be revealed in the same article in a couple of days, so stay tuned for those!
Let’s start slowly with a regular wide-angle shot I took while walking in the middle of the afternoon in the woods. Ah, the great outdoors!
While many would swear by the ultra-wide-angle camera as the most suitable for landscape photography, it is actually a telephoto and zoom lens that captures the most captivating photos. I know it’s totally counter-intuitive, but more often than not, you need to get close in order to tell a more engaging story.
Did you know that trees are made up of 99% of cells, and only 1% of cells are what we consider “alive”? Well, I didn’t, but we all do now. And did you know that you can use an Ultra Wide Camera to capture several trees in a frame? I bet you did!
Here’s another scene filmed in the best conditions imaginable: clear skies, bright noon sun, and relatively low humidity. Fortunately, no chickens ever attempted to cross the road at the normally busy downtown intersection.
I don’t really know what this building is, but it always pulls me in when I go out for a sample photo session. Could it be the clean style, a soothing paint job, or the secret to what lies inside? I guess we’ll never know. Anyway, what picture do you prefer here?
In this scene we are trying to take a good photo of a local department store, but due to geographic reasons we have to shoot mostly in contrast, with strong lighting in the background. In this particular case, we were able to get the sun out of the image, but we’ll be testing a more extreme HDR scene later. Anyway, what picture do you prefer here?
Flower paradise! Each of our three contestants has great macro photography capabilities. The trio can do this by using the ultra-wide-angle camera, which can focus from a much closer distance than wide-angle or telephoto cameras, and cuts through the center of the frame. The resulting macro shots are usually very sharp and largely immune to motion blur caused by sudden subject movements, but unfortunately background bokeh isn’t quite as pleasant as with narrower cameras.
Well, well, well, if not one of the coolest bronze statues in my city! It depicts a famous local architect who lived nearby for more than a century. What is remarkable about this statue is that it breaks the mold of similar memorials and the subject sits on a real public bench. more than great!
Remember the extreme HDR scene we teased a few fairs ago? Well, here he is! At the time these three photos were taken below, it was hard to capture the bookstore frontage without the sun in the photo as well. Actually, it was possible, but I wanted to challenge the three phones as much as possible… for flashlights galore! Which phone did the best job here?
Finally, we have a beautiful shot of the sunset in near-dusk lighting. Which phone was the best?
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