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Dussehra festivities shot on iPhone 11 Pro Max

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Oct 11, 2019, 11:38 am IST
Updated Oct 11, 2019, 4:07 pm IST
Capture the Dussehra festivities across Indian cities through the lenses of the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
With the launch of the iPhone 11 series in India, three photographers took the opportunity to explore the new iPhone's camera capabilities during the festival across Indian cities like Mysore, Kolkata and Delhi. (Photo: Siddhartha Joshi- @siddharthajoshi))
 With the launch of the iPhone 11 series in India, three photographers took the opportunity to explore the new iPhone's camera capabilities during the festival across Indian cities like Mysore, Kolkata and Delhi. (Photo: Siddhartha Joshi- @siddharthajoshi))

The festival of Dussehra is one of the most vibrant and colourful occasions one will find in the country of India. However the festivities are celebrated in various ways across the country, varying from city to city.

With the launch of the iPhone 11 series in India, three photographers took the opportunity to explore the new iPhone's camera capabilities during the festival across Indian cities like Mysore, Kolkata and Delhi.

 

The pictures depict the capabilities of the triple-camera setup on the higher variants of the new iPhone. Watch out for vivid low-light scenarios captured with the Night Mode, far-reaching shots taken with the ultra-wide angle lens, and stunning close-ups shot with the telephoto lens in the images and videos below.

A Ravana idol in the streets before the festivities, captured by the ultra-wide angle lens. (Photo: Rohit Vora- @rohit_apf)A Ravana idol in the streets before the festivities, captured by the ultra-wide angle lens.
(Photo: Rohit Vora-@rohit_apf)

Effigies of Ravana's family being carried through the narrow lanes of the Almora market, captured with the wide-angle lens. (Photo: Rohit Vora- @rohit_apf)Effigies of Ravana's family being carried through the narrow lanes of the Almora market, captured with the wide-angle lens.
(Photo: Rohit Vora-@rohit_apf)

Large effigies lie on the sidewalk three days before Dussehra, captured using night mode. (Photo: Rohit Vora- @rohit_apf)Large effigies lie on the sidewalk three days before Dussehra, captured using night mode.
(Photo: Rohit Vora-@rohit_apf)

One of the demons being burnt, captured using night mode. (Photo: Rohit Vora- @rohit_apf)One of the demons being burnt, captured using night mode.
(Photo: Rohit Vora-@rohit_apf)

Preparations before the festivities, captured with the wide-angle lens. (Photo: Rohit Vora- @rohit_apf)Preparations before the festivities, captured with the wide-angle lens.
(Photo: Rohit Vora-@rohit_apf)

Entrance to Durga pandal, captured with the ultra-wide angle lens. (Photo: Siddhartha Joshi- @siddharthajoshi)Entrance to Durga pandal, captured with the ultra-wide angle lens.
(Photo: Siddhartha Joshi-@siddharthajoshi)

Getting ready for immersion, captured with the telephoto lens. (Photo: Siddhartha Joshi- @siddharthajoshi)Getting ready for immersion, captured with the telephoto lens.
(Photo: Siddhartha Joshi-@siddharthajoshi)

Shondhi Pooja, captured with the ultra-wide angle lens. (Photo: Siddhartha Joshi- @siddharthajoshi)Shondhi Pooja, captured with the ultra-wide angle lens.
(Photo: Siddhartha Joshi-@siddharthajoshi)

Evening aarti at Bonedi bari, captured with the telephoto lens. (Photo: Siddhartha Joshi- @siddharthajoshi)Evening aarti at Bonedi bari, captured with the telephoto lens.
(Photo: Siddhartha Joshi-@siddharthajoshi)

Chaltabagan Durga pandal, captured with the ultra-wide lens. (Photo: Siddhartha Joshi- @siddharthajoshi)Chaltabagan Durga pandal, captured with the ultra-wide lens. (Photo: Siddhartha Joshi-@siddharthajoshi)

Closer into the Chaltabagan Durga Puja pandal, captured with the ultra-wide angle lens. (Photo: Siddhartha Joshi- @siddharthajoshi)Closer into the Chaltabagan Durga Puja pandal, captured with the ultra-wide angle lens.
(Photo: Siddhartha Joshi-@siddharthajoshi)

Aarti at Bonedi Bari, captured by the wide lens. (Photo: Siddhartha Joshi- @siddharthajoshi)Aarti at Bonedi Bari, captured by the wide lens.
(Photo: Siddhartha Joshi-@siddharthajoshi)

Festivities in action, captured with the wide-angle lens. (Photo: Prashanth Vishwanathan- @prashanthvishwanathan)Festivities in action, captured with the wide-angle lens.
(Photo: Prashanth Vishwanathan-@prashanthvishwanathan)

Happiness on the streets, captured with the ultra-wide angle lens. (Photo: Prashanth Vishwanathan- @prashanthvishwanathan)Happiness on the streets, captured with the ultra-wide angle lens.
(Photo: Prashanth Vishwanathan-@prashanthvishwanathan)

Festivities in action, captured with the wide-angle lens. (Photo: Prashanth Vishwanathan- @prashanthvishwanathan)Festivities in action, captured with the wide-angle lens.
(Photo: Prashanth Vishwanathan-@prashanthvishwanathan)

The Night-Mode in action. (Photo: Prashanth Vishwanathan- @prashanthvishwanathan)The Night-Mode in action.
(Photo: Prashanth Vishwanathan-@prashanthvishwanathan)

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