Join Seán Duggan for an in-depth discussion in this video Basic camera controls, part 2, part of iPhone and iPad Photography with iOS 12.
- [Instructor] Let's continue with our overview…of the iOS 12 camera app by checking out the options…at the top of the screen.…In the top left is the button for the flash.…You can set this for auto, on, or off.…This is very useful for low-light situations,…or for scenes where there's bright backlight…behind your subject.…If you do have bright backlighting, or you simply want…to brighten up the subject a bit,…you can set the flash to on.…If you have an iPhone eight, eight plus, or earlier,…the next button that you'll see is for HDR.…
HDR stands for High Dynamic Range,…and in this mode, the camera takes three exposures…to record as much as detail as possible…in both the highlights and the shadows,…and then it blends them together into a single image.…It's a good option for high-contrast scenes.…You can either have this set to on, or off,…or if you have an earlier iPhone,…you can set this to auto on or off.…If you have an iPhone 10R, 10S, or 10S max,…you will not see an HDR option in the camera app,…if you have smart HDR enable in the camera settings.…
- Shooting panorama photos
- Creating slow-motion videos
- Taking time-lapse videos
- Organizing photos
- Image editing with the Photos app
- Trimming videos
- Sharing photos
- Transferring photos to and from your device
Skill Level Intermediate
1. How to Use the Camera App
2. Organize with the Photos App
3. Edit with the Photos App
4. Transfer Photos with Your Device
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