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Scott Bourne

Rotate Video in iOS 13

Every once in a while, we make the mistake of using our iPhone to record video as if we are making a still photograph. We tend to prefer vertical photos and accordingly, don’t always remember to rotate the phone to horizontal for video.

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iPhone Photography Basics – Quick Camera Access

Sometimes action happens when you least expect it. When the perfect moment happens, but you don’t have your phone camera powered on, you can miss the shot of a lifetime. Thankfully, iPhone has you covered. Even if your phone is in your pocket, you can have it ready to shoot in under two seconds.

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Turn Off Portrait Mode After The Fact

Portrait mode is a fun and powerful computational photography tool that simulates the BOKEH effect. Learn how to turn it off in photos you’ve already shot.

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Changing Video Resolution in iOS 13.2

If you own an iPhone 11 or 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max, and if you are running iOS 13.2, you can now change the resolution and frame rate of video recordings in the camera app.

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Adjust Exposure Using iOS Camera App

Serious photographers should avail themselves of at least one of the many third-party camera apps that give more control over the photographic process. FilmicPro, ProShot and Halide Camera come to mind.

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iPhone 11: Photos Outside the Frame

If you use an iPhone 11, 11 Pro or 11 Pro Max, you can activate a setting in your camera app that allows you to capture data outside the frame.

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Apple Releases iOS 13.2 – Hello Deep Fusion

If you are an iPhone 11 user, iOS 13.2 includes Apple’s new Deep Fusion camera technology. Deep Fusion is Apple’s new image processing technology that works in the background to improve image quality for iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro users.