Join Seán Duggan for an in-depth discussion in this video Shooting panoramas, part of iPhone and iPad Photography with iOS 12.
- [Instructor] The panorama mode in the native Camera app…has been around for a while and it hasn't changed…since the previous version of iOS.…If you have an iPhone 6s or later,…the 12 megapixel camera in those iPhones…can create panoramas that are up to 63 megapixels in size.…You can also shoot panoramas if you have an iPad Three…or later, or an iPad Mini Two or later.…The great thing about pano mode 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 in 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 on the arrow…and it will flip and change direction.…If you have an iPhone that has dual lenses,…you can use either the wide angle…or the telephoto lens for a pano.…Tap the shutter button to start,…and then pan in the direction of the arrow…for as long as you want.…
For best results, try to keep the tip of the guide arrow…
- 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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