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5 Tips to Make Your Photos Much Better With iPhone

Posted on the 10 June 2015 by Hpmurah2u @hpmurah2u
By 10 June 2015 Share : 5 Tips to Make Your Photos Much Better With iPhone
The best thing about the iPhone is its easy and straightforward user interface. Although anyone can get an iPhone and start taking photos, there are some tips and tricks that can make your photography experience much better. There are many features in the iPhone Camera app but you will find some more useful than others.
Use Manual Exposure Change
You are photographing in a light place with little or at all? No need to worry, you just need to use the option of manual exposure control. Tap the area on the photo that you want to make prominent. If the camera is not able to accurately guess the exposure, you can drag your finger up and down on the slider for necessary adjustments.
Use the Time Lapse
The time-lapse feature is one of the new features added fashion and fun in one of the recent updates. With the help of lapse setting, your camera can take a new photo every few seconds. When you want, you can stop and a video will be created that will show time lapse of the event that you photographed.
Use The Grid
The Grid is one of the most important tools for photography on the iPhone. The screen is divided into three equal parts using two horizontal and two vertical lines. You can easily focus on the subject of the photograph (Rule of Thirds) while keeping the horizon straight.
Use Burst Mode
The Burst Mode is very useful whenever there is unpredictability or movement inside the scene. You can capture any movement around you, it may be people moving, a child playing, flock of birds, etc. You just need to hold down the shutter button for half a second or so and your iPhone will start taking pictures one after another.
HDR is an amazing feature that's built-in to the camera of your iPhone. HDR stands for High Dynamic Range, a tool that combines three different exposures of the same photo to create a better pic exposed. HDR fine tunes your photo to give you a great image, especially when photographing landscapes.
We use our phones for just about everything these days. For amateur and pro photographers, having a camera available within reach whenever you need it is very much needed. With the many features of the iPhone camera and more soon to come, the iPhone may even replace your traditional camera! That's probably taking it too far but you'll agree the iPhone does take pretty good pictures. Thanks for reading 5 Tips to Make Your Photos Much Better With iPhone Tag : Apple, camera, iPhone

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