Iphone Camera Settings

Iphone Camera Settings

How do you use the built-in Camera app for iPhone and iPad to take amazing photos, panoramas, bursts, time-lapses, videos, slo-mos, and more? We’ll show you! If the iPhone — or iPad — is the best camera you have with you, Camera has to be one of the most important apps. With it, you can capture selfies or elsies, squares or panoramas, 4K to slow motion, all with built in high dynamic range (HDR), bursts, filters, grids and more. How to quickly access the Camera on iPhone and iPad Unlocking your iPhone. Going to the Home screen. Tapping the Camera app. It gets you set to take a photo or video, but it’s slow. For those times when you’re in a hurry, when something unexpected, sudden, and marvelous happens, there’s faster camera access. From the Lock screen, from Control Center, with Hey Siri, and with 3D Touch, you can get to the camera more quickly than ever. How to use Lock screen fast camera access How to use Control Center fast camera access How to launch the camera with Hey Siri How to launch the camera with 3D Touch How to take photos, bursts, and panoramas with your iPhone or iPad With the Camera app app for iPhone and iPad, you can take photos. You can also take flash photos, high dynamic range photos, timer photos, and selfies. You can even use the volume buttons or a headset remote to trigger the shutter. All that, and more, with just a few taps. How to take a photo How to use the volume button to take a photo How to use a headset to take a photo How to take and select ‘burst mode’ photos How to set the flash How to enable HDR How to set the timer How to take a selfie How to take a square photo How to take a panorama How to use zoom on the iPhone 7 Plus How to use Portrait mode on the iPhone 7 Plus How to take and share Live Photos on your iPhone or iPad Live Photos aren’t video, but a full-on 12-megapixel photo that animates 1.5 seconds of motion before and after the still. You can take them with an iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE or 9.7-inch iPad Pro, and play them back with 3D Touch or a long-press on any iOS device. All you have to do is learn how! How to take a Live Photo with your iPhone or iPad How to use Live Photo filters How to view Live Photos How to view Live Photos on an older iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch How to share Live Photos on your iPhone or iPad How to set a Live Photo as the wallpaper on your iPhone 6s or Apple Watch How to extract a still shot from a Live Photo How to lock focus, bias exposure, enable grid, and geo-locate with Camera for iPhone or iPad The Camera app on your iPhone or iPad is simple but powerful. It can automatically focus and refocus, expose and re-expose, on whatever part of the image you like. You can even bias the exposure with a swipe. If you want to better frame your shots, you can turn on the grid. And you can turn geo-location on and off to either track your photos or protect your privacy, whatever you prefer. How to lock the focus and exposure in the iPhone and iPad Camera app How to adjust live exposure settings with the Camera on iPhone and iPad How to enable the camera grid lines on iPhone or iPad How to turn GPS geo-location on and off on camera for iPhone and iPad How to record video, slow-mo, and time-lapse with your iPhone or iPad Your iPhone and iPad isn’t just a still camera, it’s also a video camera. It can record standard video in up to 60 fps, and more recent models can even do 4K at up to 30 fps. You can also capture slow motion video, to see every back flip or water drip, and time lapse to watch the sun fly across the sky or a house get built in seconds. It’s all up to you! How to shoot video with your iPhone or iPad How to change video resolution and frame rate on your iPhone or iPad How to shoot a slow motion video on your iPhone How to change the slow- and normal-speed points for your slo-mo iPhone video How to change the slow- and normal-speed points for your slo-mo iPhone video How to switch between 120 fps and 240 fps How to create a time-lapse video on your iPhone or iPad How to take a still photo while capturing video on your iPhone or iPad How to use the iPhone 7 Plus cameras iPhone 7 Plus includes two additional features not found in any other iPhone: optical zoom and portrait mode. Both are thanks to its second, 56mm-equivalent “telephoto” lens system. How to use the zoom feature on the iPhone 7 Plus How to shoot with the iPhone 7 Plus’s telephoto lens How to use Portrait mode on the iPhone 7 Plus How to shoot RAW and manual-mode photos Apple provides frameworks for full manual photography, including control over focus, exposure, bias, and aperture, as well as the ability to shoot in RAW. While none of those features are available in the built-in Camera app, you can access all of them with App Store apps. How to shoot RAW photos Best manual and RAW camera apps for iPhone How to quickly edit and share photos and videos from the Camera app There’s a full-blown Photos app app for all your basic post-processing needs, but if you’re in a hurry, you can do a lot right in the Camera app. With just a tap of the thumbnail, you can call up the embedded photo and video editor, tweak your shots, share them right away, or even delete them if you don’t want to keep them. How to quickly edit and share photos and videos Any camera questions? If you have any questions on how to shoot with your iPhone or iPad camera app, drop them in the comments below! Originally published March 2010. Last updated November 2016. iOS iOS 11 Roundup iOS 10 Review iOS 10 FAQ iOS 10 News Hub iOS Help Guide iOS Discussion */ /*–>*/ /*–>*/ /*–>*/
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Iphone Camera Settings

Prior to iOS 10.2, iPhone’s stock Camera application always defaulted to the factory Photo mode. ForIf you were recording video, for instance, Camera would switch to Photo mode as soon as you exited out instead of keeping the selected Video mode on. Similarly, taking pictures with one of the built-in live filters was cumbersome because Camera would set the filter to None after exiting out. This behavior used to be quite a hindrance for iPhone photographers who rely on a specific capture mode. On iOS 10.2 and later, new user-facing toggles in the Settings app permit you to preserve your last-used shooting mode, live filter and Live Photo settings so they’re don’t reset every time Camera launches. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to preserve camera settings on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. How to preserve your iPhone camera settings 1) Go to Settings → Photos & Camera. 2) Tap Preserve Settings. 3) Now toggle the switches to preserve the following settings: Camera Mode—Preserves your last-used shooting mode, like Video or Square. Photo Filter—Remembers your last-used live filter. Live Photo—Retains your Live Photo setting rather than reset to Live Photo turned on. To retain your last-used shooting mode, live filter or Live Photo settings, simply flip the corresponding switches to the ON position and close out the Settings app. Live Photos is on by default on iPhone 6s and later so these toggles are very useful. If you mostly take still images and couldn’t care less about Live Photos, turning off Settings → Photos & Camera → Preserve Settings → Live Photo and disabling Live Photo mode in Camera should do the trick. How do you like this tip?
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Iphone Camera Settings

Are you making full use of your iPhone camera when you take photos? While the camera app is easy to use, some iPhone camera settings are so well hidden that you may not know how to use them. In this tutorial, you’ll discover 10 iPhone camera features that will radically improve your photos – and give you much more control over your iPhone camera.
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Iphone Camera Settings

Really want to improve your iPhone photos? Get the Camera+ photo app. It pioneered several of the new features you find on the regular iPhone camera, but adds several more, as well as possibly the best set of filters available. It also allows you to make full use of the 16:9 screen and shoots photos to fit. I’ve used the OME camera on various iPhones and I’ve tried a lot of the other various camera apps available … but I always come back to using Camera+.
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Iphone Camera Settings

The iPhone Camera defaults to opening to Photo so that you can take pictures with the iPhone camera quickly. A new feature available in iOS lets you set the default camera mode to another option however, meaning you can default to opening the camera to Video, Square, Slow-Motion, Time-Lapse, Portrait, Panorama, or the standard Photo option.

Iphone Camera Settings