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8 hidden camera tips for iPhone

8 hidden camera tips for iPhone
iPhone is equipped with one of the finest cameras and is cable of clicking the best pictures of the moments. If you are also one of them who uses the phone camera to click the best picture then this article is for you.

Today in this article we are going to talk about the 8 great and hidden tips which will blow your mind.

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Rule of thirds

This is based on an old photographer’s trick that means to get the best picture you split your frame into nine equal rectangles with four crisscrossing lines.  You should be aiming to get the most interesting parts of your picture within those lines and intersections.  To get some help for this using your iPhone head to Settings, then the Photos & Camera menu, and tap the Grid toggle to on.  Now, when you go to use the camera a grid overlay will appear helping you position your shot perfectly.

Optical zoom

This is a feature specifically for the iPhone 7 Plus, but by tapping the 1x button on the camera screen you can instantly apply a 2x optical zoom to get a much better close-up than if using digital zoom.

Clip-on lenses 

These are great accessories for improving your iPhone’s pictures.  Kits are offered from both ExoLens and Olloclip and can transform your shot within seconds by applying wide-angle view, special macro modes or extra zoom when needed.

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Burst mode 

Simply hold down the shutter button for around half a second and a rapid-fire burst of photos will be taken until you lift your finger off the button.

Post-shot edits 

In the iPhone’s Photos app you’ll find a whole host of features to help with editing your photos including filtering, color adjusting, and a straightening tool to name just a few.

Portrait mode 

Again, this is a feature that’s exclusive to the iPhone 7 Plus, but it’s designed to keep your subjects in focus while blurring the background for that ultimate portrait look.

HDR mode 

HDR stands for High Dynamic Range and is a way to get a greater range of color and contrast in your photo.  The downside is that it does take longer to process so isn’t really great for fast moving subjects.  You can simply tap on the HDR button to use it or turn it off or keep it on auto and let the camera decide when it would be best to use.

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Focus and exposure 

When using an iPhone camera you can tap anywhere to set the focus manually.  You can also increase or decrease the exposure of the photos by dragging the sun icon up or down.  Another helpful feature is you can set a focus and exposure lock that will keep shots 

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