Introduced with the iPhone 11, the Night Mode photography in iOS, is fantastic for helping users capture detail in low-light conditions, while maintaining image quality.
However, sometimes Night Mode images, which are automatically preferred by the iPhone if it detects the right conditions, can look a little bit unnatural or even over-exposed.
There is plenty of evidence of Night Mode working well and poorly in a variety of situations, but the lack of choice over the matter can be annoying.
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