Phone cameras can take in more light than the human eye − that’s why low-light events like the northern lights often look better through your phone camera

Douglas Goodwin, Scripps College, The Conversation
Posted 5/23/24

Smartphone cameras have significantly improved in recent years. Computational photography and AI allow these devices to capture stunning images that can surpass what we see with the naked eye. Photos of the northern lights, or aurora borealis, …

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