The iPhone 8 only landed this morning, but photographers the world over have wasted no time in getting to know Apple’s newest camera. Smartphone cameras are one of the areas that see the most improvement year-on-year, and it looks like 2018 is going to be no different.

Portrait mode with the software-assisted Studio Lighting is set to be one of the highlights of the iPhone 8 Plus, and the first pictures are surprisingly close to what Apple showed off on stage.

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What happens when you combine the fastest data network in Singapore and the latest technology from @Apple? You get perfection 💯 • Big props to @singtel for being the first telco to bring the brand new #iPhone8 and 8 Plus to SG! Be sure to check out their new Data Infinity plan as well if you're intending to get yourself the new phone! • I couldn't resist derping out of course🙃Swipe to check out more photos taken with portrait mode in stage light mono! It was snapped in low light conditions with no flash and no edits – your background is removed instantly. I'm blown away! • With its new A11 Bionic Chip, it's time to add this powerful phone to your life 🔥Thank you for having us as your hosts for this momentous occasion! #sp #singtel #shotoniphone8plus

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Also, it looks like your timeline is about to be completely full of black-and-white portrait photos, so brace yourself.

Even in color, studio lighting looks good.

Black-and-white pics are not restricted to humans, either: