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How To Take Better Photos With IPhone 11, Pro & Pro Max Camera

How To Take Better Photos With iPhone 11, Pro & Pro Max Camera

iPhone 11, Pro and Pro Max are already out and might be in your hand while you are reading this. These smartphones have been updated with dual and triple-lens cameras. Here you will get tips about how to use the night mode, zoom and deep fusion for getting better photo results.

Play Out With the Night Mode

 The Night Mode icon will show up when the iPhone determines that there isn’t much light available. If the icon is yellow, it means that the Night Mode is active. The button also displays the length of time i.e. the time it will take to capture the photo after you press the shutter button. You can also adjust the amount of light the Night Mode feature captures. For example, if you move the timer from 2s to 8s, the iPhone will take a brighter picture. On the flip side, if you reduce the time from 5s to 2s, the photograph will be darker.

Fine Tune your iPhone Camera Zoom

 iPhone 11 has a wide camera and ultra-wide-angle camera. iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max have two cameras along with a telephoto camera, 12 megapixels each. For the main camera of all these phones, you can zoom in to 0.5x or 2x maybe. But the amazing feature is that you can fine-tune how far you want to zoom in the picture up to 10x using the zoom wheel. Another feature is that these cameras also capture areas outside the frame too using one of the lenses. Just in case, you have accidentally cut out a person, you can bring that person back into the shot later.

What is Deep Fusion?

Deep Fusion feature works in the background in default. You need to keep the outside frame option turned off. Deep fusion feature processes the image pixel by pixel, enhancing the texture and details by reducing noise in the image giving you a well-detailed photograph.

Go a leap forward in mobile photography with the stellar cameras of iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max!

Feature image: The Verge