Learn how to access and use Camera modes, effects, customization, and crop a photo.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to:
Swipe left or right to access camera modes such as Time-Lapse, Slow-Mo, Cinematic, Video, Photo, Portrait, and Pano.
To access filters, select the dropdown arrow then swipe left on the bottom of the screen to and select the Filters icon. Select the desired filter.
Note: Filters are not available in some camera modes.
Portrait mode captures a picture with a sharp subject against a blurred background. You can add portrait lighting for dramatic effects. To access Portrait mode, from the camera screen, swipe left or right to Portrait mode. Scroll left or right on the bottom of the screen to the desired light setting.
Note: Your photo depth preferences will be stored, allowing you to change or add to your desired lighting effects at a later time.
1. Stage Light Mono allows you to take a photo with the High-Key Mono portrait lighting effect and a real-time effect preview. These computational portrait lighting effects can be easily adjusted right in the Photos app, even after the photo has been taken. From Portrait Mode in the camera app, swipe left on the bottom of the screen until you reach the STAGE LIGHT MONO setting. Select the Capture icon to take a picture.
Note: A real-time preview shows you exactly how the photo will look before you snap it. The Camera app also tells you when you’re too close, too far away or if the area is too dark. This feature is only available on iPhone devices released in 2018 or later.
2. To adjust the High-Key Mono portrait lighting effect, from the home screen, select the Photos app. Select the Albums tab, then scroll to and select Portrait.
3. Select the desired Portrait mode photo that you would like to edit then select Edit.
4. Edit the photo as desired. When finished, select Done to save the changes.
Camera preservation settings allow you to preserve the last camera mode or filters used instead of resetting to Photo mode when you reopen the camera. To preserve camera settings, from the home screen, select the Settings app > Camera > Preserve Settings > Camera Mode, Creative Control, or Exposure Adjustment Switch.
Note: To learn more about camera settings visit the Camera and Video Settings tutorial.
1. From the Camera app, select the Gallery icon. Swipe right to the desired photo, then select Edit.
Note: Alternately, from the home screen select the Photos app then navigate to and select the desired photo.
2. Select the Crop icon. Select and drag the crop corners to crop as desired, then select Done.
Note: With iOS 14 or later, the editing feature has been completely re-designed. To further edit photos, from the editing screen, select the desired feature then edit settings as desired.
The LiDAR Scanner on iPhone 14 measures how long it takes light to reflect back from objects, so it can create a depth map of any space you’re in. Because it’s ultrafast and accurate, AR apps can now transform a room into a realistic rainforest or show you exactly how a new sneaker will fit. LiDAR allows for enhanced AR app functionality. It can also be used to measure objects.
From the home screen, navigate to and select the Utilities folder. Select the Measure app. Point the camera at the start point of the object you want to measure, then select the Plus icon. Point the camera at the end point of the object you want to measure, then select the Plus icon again. The measurements of the object will be displayed.
With iOS 16, Live Text works with videos. Pause any video to a frame with text and use Live Text to scan text to share, look up, translate and more.
1. From the Photos app, navigate to and select the desired video. Select the pause icon at the desired time.
2. Select the Live Text icon, then select and hold the desired text. Select the desired option.
With iOS 16, you can isolate the subject of an image from its background. You can then drag the isolated image into another app as an attachment such as the Messages, Mail or Notes app.
1. From the Photos app, navigate to and select the desired image. Select and hold the subject of the desired image. You can now drag the isolated image into another app.
2. With your isolated image selected, navigate to the desired app then release the isolated image to attach it.
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