Change The Exposure
Live photos aren’t anything new to the iPhone, but many people aren’t aware that these do more than just play a short clip. If you flick up after taking a live photo, you’ll discover options for loop, bounce, and long exposure. It’s the last one that you want to pay attention to, especially if you’re shooting moving objects. This feature can do things like smoothen out flowing water or create light trails from vehicles in motion.
Keep The Same Settings
Some people tend to just snap a shot when they feel like it and hope that it turns out well. Others prefer to adjust the settings to suit what they’re photographing to ensure the image is always good quality. If you’re one of the latter, you’ll be glad to know there’s a way to save these settings so you can use them every time you open the camera app. Just go to preserve settings in the settings menu, and it’ll keep everything the same as the last time you took a photo.
Portrait Mode FTW
Portrait mode isn’t a new feature to the iPhone, but it is something that’s not utilized as much as it should be. Although it’s designed to help you take better photos of people, you can actually use it for skilled shots of animals too. By adjusting the 2x icon to 1x, the camera will find it easier to take better portrait pics, regardless of whether the subject matter is human or not.
The more photos you take on your iPhone camera, the more you’ll get the hang of snapping shots to be proud of.