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One of the photos below came from a Hasselblad camera and medium format digital back and another from an iPhone 5S. Which one?
Now, watch this video:
iPhone vs Hasselblad, a studio photography joke:-)
Here is the lighting setup for the iPhone:
and the Hasselblad H1 with Leaf Aptus digital back:
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This shot was captured with the iPhone:
It had some post-production (a video will be posted later), it’s usual for any studio shots we do.
To make thing clean, here is the unprocessed, un-sharpened 100% crop of the iPhone 5s shot:
The iPhone has a wider lens than the one I had on the Hasselblad (120mm HC macro), and it is evident. However, the image quality at web size is almost as good as the one from the Hasselblad.
What is the conclusion?
Enjoy your camera and learn how to get 110% out of it’s capabilities before upgrading it :-)
If you want to check the original TIFF iPhone file yourself, you can download it here after login (it is free to register):Download TIFF File
For the reference: this this below was done using Cambo Ultima D view camera with wide angle lens and Leaf Aptus DB. See how different this glass looks like, on the corrected perspective distortions with tilt/shift movements.
More about this shot:
Lighting I’ve used for the shot:
iPhone 645Pro camera application:
Watch a post-production of this iPhone image here: iPhone in-studio shot: retouching in Photoshop (real image quality)