Join Seán Duggan for an in-depth discussion in this video Shooting Panoramas, part of iPhone and iPad Photography with iOS 8.
- The panorama mode in the native camera…has been around for a while.…And it hasn't really changed much…since the previous version of iOS.…The great thing about it is how simple it is to use.…Let's check it out.…In the camera app, swipe on the screen…to the left, until the camera mode changes to Pano.…You'll see an arrow on the center of the screen…indicating the direction to move the camera,…once you start the panorama.…If you want to pan in the opposite direction,…simply tap the arrow, and it will change direction.…Tap the shutter button to start, and then pan…in the direction of the arrow for as long as you want.…
You see a preview of the panorama being…rendered live as you continue the pan.…For best results, use a slow…and even motion as you pan.…If you go to fast, you may see…a message telling you to slow down.…When you're done, simply tap the shutter…button again, to stop the process.…If you pivot in one place while making…the panorama, that is rotate the camera…around where you're standing, it's possible…
- Adjusting exposure and focus in the Camera app
- Using the self-timer and burst modes
- Shooting slow-motion and time-lapse videos
- Flagging favorites
- Creating photo albums
- Adjusting images with the enhanced editing controls in iOS 8
- Trimming video
- Sharing from Photos
- Sharing with iCloud
- Syncing photos with iTunes
Skill Level Beginner
Tony Cruz's iPhone Surf Photography: Start to Finishwith Tony Cruz7m 22s Intermediate
1. Using the Camera App
2. Organizing Photos and Movies with the Photos App
3. Editing Photos and Videos with the Photos App
4. Sharing and Transferring Photos from Your Device
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