Join Seán Duggan for an in-depth discussion in this video Shoot in HDR, part of iPhone and iPad Photography with iOS 10.
- Adjusting the exposure on the iPhone…by tapping to set focus and exposure…and then sliding your finger on the screen…to make it brighter or darker…can help in a lot of situations,…but in some shooting situations you might be in…the light may just be too contrasty…and the exposure range too extreme…to capture all the detail you need in a single shot…and that's where the HDR mode comes in handy.…So HDR stands for high dynamic range…and with HDR, the iPhone will take three shots…and vary the exposure across all three shots…and then blend them together into a single exposure…and for scenes where you do have…a really wide contrast range and the scene…where there's really bright highlights and dark shadows…it can do a much better job…at creating a more balanced exposure…and when you take an HDR shot in the iPhone,…it saves two shots to your camera roll.…
It'll save the normal exposure and the HDR blended exposure.…There's a way to turn that off in the settings…for photos and camera.…I usually like to leave mine set to save the normal exposure…
- Shooting panorama photos
- Creating slow-motion videos
- Taking time-lapse videos
- Capturing RAW photos
- Working with editing extensions
- Previewing and trimming videos
- Sharing photos with the Photos app
- Using facial and content recognition
- Transferring photos to and from your device
Skill Level Intermediate
1. How to Use the Camera App
2. Organize Photos and Videos with the Photos App
3. Edit Photos and Videos with the Photos App
4. Transfer Photos to and from Your Device
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