Ahead of the launch of the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus tomorrow, National Geographic today published a set of photos shot on the new device. Apple’s SVP of Marketing Phil Schiller pointed us to the article, which follows photographer Mark Leong reflecting on his history of shooting with various devices in China over the last 25 years. Head below for a look at the photos shot on Apple’s new flagship iPhone…

With the upgraded camera on Apple’s iPhone 6s and 6s Plus being one of the standout features, Apple has been promoting a number of publications posting images galleries setup and shot on the new iPhone leading up to tomorrow’s launch. First we saw photos from the runways at New York Fashion Week via Vogue, followed by some shots from a recent MLB game published by Sports Illustrated.

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The images above and below from Leong’s piece in National Geographic were all shot on the iPhone 6s Plus while some shots used a tripod and/or Cogitap’s Slow Shutter Cam app. The photos were likely shot on the iPhone 6s Plus rather than the 6s due to the larger model’s optical image stabilization feature that isn’t present on the smaller iPhone. Otherwise, both the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus sport the same upgraded camera specs including a new 12-megapixel iSight camera with 1.22µ pixels, improved auto focus, and other software enhancements with iOS 9. 

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More on Leong’s experience and info on where the photos were taken on Nat Geo.

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