Gursimran Basra a travel photographer went to Mathura to capture the vibrant festival of colours Holi using the Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max. It’s not the first time that he was featured by Apple for his work. He has been featured on @apple Instagram (Diwali 2017) and the lockdown series (2020). Gursimran enjoys capturing different cultures and has travelled extensively all across India.
Here are some of the ProRAW photos that he took in Mathura.
As you can see he really made use of the Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max’s ProRAW feature to give himself the freedom to edit these with great flexibility and at the same time capture HDR photos that brings out true to life colours.
He also shared his experience of using the iPhone 12 Pro Max for capturing Holi in Mathura. Here is the excerpt from his conversation with Sahil Gupta on CNBC-TV18. Here’s what he had to say –
“In comparison to a DSLR, a phone is much smaller in size so first of all, it’s very convenient to carry the like iPhone to capture a Holi festival other than a big camera. Apple uses stuff like deep fusion and its processing is so impressive that I think Holi was one of the most accurate and precise festivals to capture using an iPhone 12 Pro Max.”
“I’ve just recently posted on Instagram was captured using ProRAW, acknowledging the fact that Holi festivals in places like Barsana, Mathura they are so detailed so you capture the entire image right and for example later on you need to extract something precise or specific details you want so ProRAW comes handy there you know taking out those extra and minute details precise details from your photographs for example like each in an individual specific colour you can take out details from the eyes you can take out you know the cultures, the clothes these people wear, their attires so each and every single detail is very well captured using ProRAW and can be extracted like with utmost accuracy, ” said Basra, giving a deep dive into his Holi shoot from the iPhone 12 Pro Max.
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