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7 iPhone camera tips for clicking awesome photos

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7 iPhone camera tips for clicking awesome photos
iPhone is featured with one of the best cameras in the world, the pic and video generated from the camera is exceptionally adorable. Many iPhone users prefer iPhone camera over DSLR for clicking the photographs. The main reason behind this is iPhone don’t need extra space in your travel baggage.

So if you are one of them who uses iPhone Camera for the photography which is going to be much more delightful with the new iPhone 7 & iPhone 7 Plus camera. In this article, we are going to talk about the six tips which will make your iPhone camera experience more delightful.

Use your iPhone Camera Zoom effectively

The iPhone doesn’t have optical zoom, which got better with iPhone 7 plus. You can digitally zoom in by pinching in the Camera app, but the photo quality from this mode isn’t good. If you want to click zoomed-in photos of an object at a large distance, you can use a binocular as a zoom lens. Just place one of the sides of the binocular on the iPhone’s camera lens at the back, and you will be able to click zoomed-in photos without compromising on quality.

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Make Macro Lens with drop of water

The iPhone, as well as other cameras, can only focus up to a certain minimum distance, and if you go even closer to the subject, the photo will be blurred. Professional photographers use a Macro lens to reduce this minimum distance and let them click photos of tiny subjects like insects. But you can click similar photos from your iPhone without spending a lot of money on expensive macro lenses.

Just place a small drop of water on your iPhone’s lens, and you’ll now be able to go extremely close to small subjects like insects, and click photos that you wouldn’t have been able to earlier.

Click Underwater Photos with older iPhones

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With iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus clicking underwater photo is easy, but if you are using an older version of iPhones then it is a very risky task, but with this little trick, you can capture partial underwater photos. Just take a glass, and insert your iPhone upside down in it. Now immerse this glass in water partially, such that the water level is safely below the rim, and you’ll now be able to take photos that are partially underwater.

Click Panodash with iPhone default camera app

You’ve probably seen photos where a person appears more than once in the same shot. Professionals do that by stitching multiple images using photo editing software, but you can do that just with your iPhone’s default camera app.

Activate the panorama mode in the Camera app, and have a friend shoot the panorama from where you’re standing. The key to achieving this effect is for you to move quicker than the iPhone in the opposite direction of motion.

Quickly jump to a specific shooting mode with 3D Touch

If you have an iPhone 6s or 6s Plus, press hard on the icon for the Camera app on your Home screen and you’ll get the option of jumping straight to slo-mo, video, selfie, or regular photo mode. (It’s worth reinstating the Camera app back to your first screen of apps if you’d previously banished it because of the Control Center button for launching it, partly for this direct-mode-launch feature but also because Touch ID is so fast on the 6s-generation devices that you never get the chance to see Control Center from the Lock screen!)

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Go nuts with filters

You might think that the filters you can apply when you’re taking photos, look for the three-overlapping-circles icon at the bottom right—which means that the effect is permanently “baked into” your shot, but that’s not so. Even though the filter looks like it’s applied when you view your photo in your Camera Roll, actually what your iPhone has done is save the unfiltered photo along with an invisible tag that says “shove the filter in front of this image when displaying it.”

Tap Edit and you can change the filter or remove it completely. This goes for the Light, Color, and B&W controls you can tweak too.

These are some of the cool tips which will help you make maximum out of your iPhone camera when you are capturing those awesome moments outdoors. Hope you have liked the post, do share your views and experience with iPhone camera in the comment section below.

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