It’s true: I’ve been an iPhone user for 10+ years. In fact, I was an early adopter, trading in my Blackberry soon after the second generation—the 3G—was released. (#tbt)
The allure, circa 2009? It was always about the photos. After all, the pixelated shots taken by my Blackberry back then could hardly compare to the sharp, vibrant images snapped with the tap of a finger on the mini-computer smartphone in my back pocket.
But there’s one area where the iPhone consistently falls short: nighttime pics. To be honest, I didn’t know what I was missing until I recently had a chance to experience the Google Pixel 3. The camera comes with a “Night Sight” feature that makes it so that any low-lighting situation can be accurately (and brightly) captured without issue.
As a new mom, I had the perfect situation where I could put it to the test: a sleeping baby. Come on, is there anything more worthy of an after-dark pic than an angelic 14-month-old blissfully asleep?