The iPhone 6 is one of the best smartphone cameras in the market. Although it may not pack the number of megapixels as the Sony Xperia Z3 or the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, but the iPhone 6 is still manages to capture impressive pictures.
But many of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus users has to learn a few tips and tricks in order to take better photos with their device. We came up with a handful of tips and tricks on how to capture better photos with your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus.
The grid features in the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus camera app allows your to utilize the rule of third. The grid provided two horizontal and vertical lines across the screen, so instead of framing the subject right in the center of the frame, your can use those lines as guides and take attractive pictures.
One of the easiest way to improve images quality is by turning on HRD mode. The mode artificially enhance dynamic range of the picture.
The latest iPhone comes with a LED flash as well as features True Tone. The flash technology in the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus determines what the color situation is like and decides whether yo use warmer LED flash or a normal LED flash.
However, this is not a bad idea but, using flash all the time doesn't make your image attractive. The light from the flash can wash out your subject and almost makes photos unflattering. Instead, disable flash and try taking photos in natural light source.
The iPhone camera app comes with some great filters that can be added to your photo to enhance and give some extra awesomeness, but you need to choose the filters wisely. Image Courtesy
The iPhone 6 basically uses digital zoom, which involves cropping the image and applies an algorithm to reduce the noise in the subject resulting pretty soft-looking images. Instead of using the zoom, you can take a picture and crop them later or just move closer and capture.
The iPhone camera app is fast and easy to take pictures, specially while launching the app with just a swipe in the lock screen. However, there are plenty of third-party camera apps in the Apple's app store like ProCam, that comes with tons of features and shooting modes.
the exposure meter or slider in the camera app helps to take better night shots. The exposure slider pop up when you focus on your subject and you just need to slide up and down to get correct exposure.
There are tons of iPhone camera accessories in the market that you can buy spending least money. To mention, get a tripod mount for your iPhone to make it easier to steady your shots, lens kit to attach iPhone camera for unique wide-angle shots including micro photos.
The iPhone can get pretty dirty keeping it in your bag or pocket, which can lead to a blurry photo. It is recommended to clean the lens with soft tissue or cloth, regularly or before capturing images, to get better images.
Turn-on the burst mode in the iPhone camera app to captures multiple images with just a click. This helps to select the best image in the bunch and also a good option for capturing action shots.