Abdul Dremali, a MacRumors forum user named Advil, was selected by Apple for apple’s latest promotional video, “Night Mode,” in September 2019 after he posted a very good night scene photo of him, according tomedia.
Last September, he shared several beautiful photos taken using Night Mode on the MacRumors forum and personal website, one of which was particularly colorful and one of his personal favorites, depicting a lighthouse and a star. According to the EXIF information provided in the post, the photo was taken using the iPhone’s “Night Mode” and uses only a standard lens, with no other aids other than a tripod, and was taken with 20 seconds of long exposure.
Apple usually requires photographers and artists with whom it works to sign a nondisclosure agreement, so DeLamali refuses to comment on how Apple uses its photos, but his astronomical images undoubtedly show the power of the iPhone”, the Night Mode. Night Mode Uses long-term exposure capture techniques, machine learning and other techniques to produce vivid, bright images even in low-light situations. With Night Mode, iPhone users can take photos that previous versions of the iPhone can’t take in the dark.