Details that might be overlooked are brought to life by Apple’s camera feature “Deep Fusion” in its gallery of Morocco’s Amazigh women.
Rabat – Technology corporation Apple posted gallery photos on Instagram of Amazigh (Berber) women captured with the camera of the iPhone 11 Pro with the new feature “Deep Fusion.”
Commissioned by Apple, photographer Robbie Lawrence commented on Apple’s Instagram gallery, “The workshops of the Amazigh women provided a deep, low light that reminded me of Baroque period paintings. I was able to capture intimate details with the incredible depth and quality allowed by Deep Fusion.
Not only did Lawrence focus on the details of the Amazigh women, but of handicrafts, textiles, and Berger rugs as well.
Deep Fusion is available through the camera application of the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone Pro Max.
According to Apple, with this new feature, the camera can capture sharper photos when zoomed in on the image. The textures and minute details of the subject are enhanced, much like the clothes worn by the Amazigh women.