Some genius came up with the bright idea to put all the weird and whacky Apple product owners and Steve Jobs worshippers in one awesome blog. When we do find out who he is, he’s name is going into our good books.
Take a look at the blog, it’s a great time waster and an eye opener.
Hey, if we had worshippers, we’re not complaining.
Picture on the right has gone through the iOS 4.1 HDR processing, left has not.
iOS 4.1 will only be available for download next week, specifically sometime around September 8, and one of the features that a lot of people are excited about is the built-in HDR feature for iPhone 4.
HDR stands for High Dynamic Range. What HDR does is basically balances the high, low and mid-tones of a picture to produce and even tone across the picture. Normally if you take a picture where there’s a strongly lit area and a poorly lit area in the same composition, you either get a picture that’s too bright in the strongly lit area or too dark in the poorly lit area. HDR can balance that out by combining high, low and medium exposures in one a picture resulting in an image that is more like what you see with your own eyes.
So how does the new HDR feature in iOS 4.1 perform? Is it able to really balance out a high-contrast picture? AppleInsider gives a first look at how HDR performs on the iOS 4.1 and iPhone 4. Click on the link to read more.