Taming shadows at the Milwaukee Art Museum in the camera, which also happens to be a phone
Recently took this photo of the Quadracci Pavilion by Santiago Calatrava at the Milwaukee Art Museum. Another example of how well the iPhone 4's HDR (High Dynamic Range) mode works with certain scenes. Without it, the photo just shows three pools of light floating in distractingly dark shadows. This is more like what the human eye, with its much greater dynamic range, sees.