How to Take a Better Photos on Your iPhone 7/7 Plus pt. 1

When new iPhones are released, the camera is then adjusted to take better detailed photos. At times, we can’t tell the difference from the previous camera to the next. However, knowing how an iPhone camera works and its tricks will not only make your iPhone experience better, but also improve your photos. Follow along for learn the best tips and tricks of taking a photo on an iPhone 7!

  • Choosing the Right Focus – Choosing the right focus on your photos makes a great difference from a photo to a perfect photo. Focuses can differ from the subject of the photo. For example, when taking a photo of a specific item, think about what you would like to capture and how you want it to be visualized. When taking the photo, it is better to choose the single object as it would make the background brighter.  It also will allow to adjust the brightness when focus frame is available.
  • High Dynamic Range – HDR helps display the visual effects of a real environment rather than the display of it. When taking a beautiful scenic photo, open your phone camera, tap ‘HDR’ and hit ‘On’ to capture a better and breathtaking photo.
  • Panorama – Panorama gets better and better with every new iPhone release. It is perfect to capture full sceneries in photos. Simply hold your iphone once the Pano option has been swiped and selected. Firmly hold your phone and capture its setting(you can also move the direction of the arrow by clicking it) and press the button to end capturing once finished.
  • Burst Mode – Trying to capture a photo with a moving object? Want to catch the moving object in the snap? Try Burst Mode. Burst Mode helps catch a moving subject within a snap by clicking the shuttle and not moving your finger until it is captured. Once finished, the photos will be generated and will show how many snaps were taken on the screen.

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