Join Seán Duggan for an in-depth discussion in this video Use Portrait Mode, part of iPhone and iPad Photography with iOS 10.
- This course is focused on the photography features…in iOS 10, rather than any specific hardware improvements…that have shown up in the latest iPhones.…But, in the case of the iPhone 7,…there have been some notable improvements to the lenses…that bear talking about.…First and foremost, the lens in both the 7 and the 7 Plus…is now an f/1.8 aperture,…so that's going to let in a lot more light,…but more specifically, in the iPhone 7 Plus,…we now have a dual-camera system with two lenses.…
Now, when you look at the front,…it might just appear that there's two lenses…that the camera switches between,…but it is actually two separate cameras…with two separate 12 megapixel sensors.…So, that is a great improvement allowing you to switch…between the normal 28mm wide-angle lens…to a 56mm, more portrait lens.…Sometimes that's referred to as a telephoto lens,…but, ya know, it's not telephoto in the sense…that you can photograph wildlife or sporting events…where the action is really far away.…Really more of a moderate length telephoto lens.…
- 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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