DNGs and JPGs from Pixel 6 Pro

These are shot in pretty challenging conditions for a camera, let alone a smartphone camera. I won’t say which file is which, but I have a strong feeling that you all can tell which is the jpg and which is the raw dng file without looking at the file names. (granted, this site doesn’t accept dng files, so I converted to another format that’s not as lossy)

I’m gonna discuss these images more on TWiG this week with Mr. Howell…


While I can tell the difference, I don’t think I’d be embarrassed posting either picture.

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Right. Not that this sample is bad, but there’s definitely a difference. In my experience so far, there’s a bit of over-zealous AI at times and other times I’m like “niiiice.” Then when there’s controlled lighting, this camera does well.


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