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How to Take Better Photos on iPhone

From 2007 to 2017, 2 Megapixels to 12 megapixels, simple shutter button to multiple shooting modes, iPhone X, the latest and best iPhone now, provides its users a excellent camera and enjoyable shooting experience on it. Portrait mode makes it more popular than DSLRs among professional photographer. Today, I will talk about how to take a better photo on iPhone.

Before we start, I would like to introduce you how to access camera app on iPhone. if you know it, skip this part and directly go to the introduction of iPhone camera. If you don’t know or you want to know more about this, read it fast because it’s really simple.

Open Camera App

Usually, you have 3 ways to find the iPhone Camera app. Home screen, control center and lock screen. If you are at the Home screen of your iPhone, You can easily find and open your Camera app. You can also wipe up from the bottom of iPhone screen and find the camera app in the control center. The last way is when your iPhone screen is locked. You can light up your screen and then swipe left to open camera app directly.

Take Photos

Once you open your camera app, when you find something beautiful, tap the shutter button. You can easily capture the great moment. That’s all. No! No! No! You have other things to know about how to take a photo with iPhone.

Features You Need to Know about iPhone Camera

1. HDR (High Dynamic Range)

When you enable HDR, you will get a photo combined with several photos at different exposures. Your iPhone camera get more details of the bright and dark areas in your photo. So the photos taken by iPhone with HDR mode will be sharper and cleaner.

2. Live Photos

Camera on iPhone 6s and later equipped with this feature. You can capture the movement and sound in your live photo. It’s really a sweet gift from Apple. You will have more fun when take live photos with your friends and family. The live photos will give you more memories than still photos.

3. Timer

How to take photos for yourself when nobody can help you? Yes, timer will help you to do that. You can set 3 or 10 seconds countdown and then iPhone will take photos for you automatically. You need to place your iPhone somewhere and then prepare other things ready. Set up Timer and go to the shot area. Countdown and done!

4. Zoom

If you would like to shot something far away, you can use the digital zoom feature to make it looks better and closer. You can 10X zoom on iPhone max.

Edit Photos on iPhone

You are allowed to edit he size, angle, light and other few effect on your iPhone directly to make your photos looks better.

1. Auto-enhance

This feature will improve your picture’s exposure, contrast, saturation and other qualities with one click.

2. Crop and Straighten

Drag the grid tool to crop your photo easily and you can even move the wheel to straighten your pictures easily.

3. Filter

iPhone provides many filters to uses who want to change the color effect.

4. Adjust Light and Color

You can use the slider to adjust the light and color or set up the precise perimeters with the professional tool.

Recover Deleted Photos from iPhone

There are many ways to get back deleted photos and pictures from your iPhone. The easiest way is to find the deleted pictures in the “Recently Deleted” folder on your iPhone directly. Restore iPhone with backup file is another way to do that. If you don’t have back up file and the photos were deleted more than 30 days, you need to use iPhone Data Recovery program to scan your iPhone and find the deleted photos for you. Learn how to recover deleted photos from iPhone.

iPhone Data Recovery can only find the deleted photos which are not overwritten by new data on your iPhone. That is to say, the sooner you use this program to scan your iPhone, the greater chance you have to find the deleted photos on it.