iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus have been among the best camera-featuring smartphones till date. To improve the users' photography skills, Apple has come up with several new suggestions, mostly photography lovers on how to click excellent DSLR-like photographs and videos too.
According to Flicker, Apple's iPhone models account for 8 of the top 10 positions in the list of best camera phones, including iPhone 6, 5s, 6s, and rest. Let's check out the photography tips by Apple to experience the best of photographs with our iPhones.
Shoot with the Perfect Light
To get the perfect light for a shot, Apple recommends to tap and hold anywhere on the mobile screen in order to lock AE/AF and then slowly slide up or down and play with the exposure depending on the situation of the user.
To get a better digital zoom of almost 10x, the iPhone users are required to use the optical zoom with dual 12 MP camera and this will give the perfect shot even if you are far away from the object you need to capture.
Use 4K Video
Using 4K video is highly recommended to shot the videos with enhanced optical image stabilization and built-in f/1.8 aperture setting. This will not only enhance the video quality but also make it crisp and look brighter and colorful.
Create a much smoother time-lapse videos than ever before. Users with iPhone 7 Plus can capture time-lapse videos and get a closer view of the object's actions.
Capture Photo While Recording Video
iPhone users can also take pictures while recording videos by just tapping on the white icon, next to the red record button. Oftentimes it happens that we would want to click a photo of a particular action along with recording it. Here's the solution!
Landscape Mode is the Best
To get the best video recorded, capturing it in the landscape mode is highly recommended.
Capture HD Video
Everyone wants to capture HD photos and videos today. Here's how iPhone users can capture HD quality videos by just adjusting the camera settings, enabling the Record Video at 60 FPS option and this will allow them to record videos to 1080p HD video.