The iPhone 11 Pro, though only a few months old, has become a wonderful “every day carry” camera. Sure I take my kit — Leica SL, Leica f2/50mm lens, Really Right Stuff Tripod/Ballhead and WineCountryCamera filters — to make landscapes or abstracts on the beach. But when walking around the city or along the beach, I have found that the iPhone has become a remarkable tool. I don’t even bother with switching to RAW mode. I just leave it in default mode — just point, compose and capture. A quick edit using my bespoke B&W preset and I am done. Just take a look at these photos made while on the holiday break. You can do handheld long exposures as well — the last photo in color is a perfect example.