Panoramic photos are an inspired idea from old paintings that depict scenes in a wide angle that an actual photograph cannot fit it in. The imagination of people and the lust to capture every single one of the beauties in the scene into a single photo made a way to panoramic photos. It is an amazing feeling to know how a scene in 360 degrees get fit into 180 degrees and makes a different and satisfying fee. The panoramas of seas, mountain ranges, beautiful buildings and lakes have been fascinatingly wonderful for a view. But can we take panoramic pictures in our iPhones? Yes.
- Part 1. How to Take Panoramic Pictures with iPhone
- Part 2. Programs That Facilitate Panoramic Pictures in iPhone
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Part 1. How to Take Panoramic Pictures with iPhone
Depending on the version of the iOS and the version of the iPhone that you have, you might have different options to taking a panoramic picture. In spite of smaller differences, all iPhones that are capable of taking a panoramic picture share the similar processes. You can take panoramic pictures only with iPhone 4s and later models. The option was not available up to iPhone 4.
Below is a step by step description to taking a good panoramic picture with your iPhone.
- Select a place which you want to take the panoramic picture.
- Select a starting location start recording the panorama.
- Stand in a stable and suitable location.
- Open up the camera application in your iPhone.
The taking of the panoramic picture is a sort of skill. If you have an artistic skill and wanted to get a good panoramic picture, then you have to select the location where your iPhone is going to be. One important thing in taking pictures with your phone is the light in the scene. Since phones don’t provide enough light to lit up an open scene you have to select a time when there is ample light.
While recording panorama, you have to pan your iPhone as slowly as possible. The slower the movement of your iPhone, the better the quality of the panorama will be. One thing not to do during a panorama capture is to move your iPhone vertically or up and down. Up and down movements will disturb the quality of the top and bottom edges of the picture. Although there is certain level of auto adjustment, it is better that you keep it easier for your iPhone to process. In return, you will get better panorama.
Part 2. Programs That Facilitate Panoramic Pictures in iPhone
There are programs that can assist you in taking panoramic pictures. Some are listed below.
1. Autostitch panorama:
This is one of the best applications available on the internet. The application is only 6.6 MB in size and is available in around and a dozen languages including English. You can use this app with iOS 5 or later versions. iPod, iPad and iPod touch can all use this app. It is also reasonably priced at $ 1.99 per download.
This is one another application for taking great iPhone panoramic photos. This application is 9.9 MB and is available in French, English and Japanese. Yudo inc have released the application in 2012. It has been updated to version 1.3.5 now. It is designed to be supported in a various number of devices running with iOS 4.2 or later versions. Price is $ 1.99.
A free iPhone app that is designed to make panoramic photos; this app is from Microsoft Corporation. App was updated in 2014. It holds 6.5 MB of space. It is available only in English. This app is compatible with many devices with iOS 5 or later versions.
4. DMD panorama
Available for $1.99, this application takes 4.8 MB of disk space. Last updated in January 2014, it is compatible with a few devices with iOS 6 or later. The app is also available in more than half a dozen languages. The Dermandar.com who produces this application is known for its ratings in adult categories.
5. 360 panorama
360 panorama is another good app for iPhone that can give good quality panoramic photos. It has 3 modes of capturing – preview, video and image mode. Photos can be easily shared to Facebook or Twitter. It is available for $0.90.
When the term ‘Panorama’ reaches to our ears, majority of people bring those horizontal landscapes in their minds. But what about the beautiful Eiffel Tower or the Statue of Liberty or say a lavish building view? All these tall looking objects will not fit into the traditional horizontal panorama. And here comes vertoramas handy. Vertoramas are basically panorama shots but taken vertically. The vertical panoramic photos provide an elevated quality to the tall things of the world ultimately giving them a stunning look and unusual twist.
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However, you will need to use a few but simple techniques to efficiently capture the vertical panoramic view. In this article, we’ll explain you how you can carry out those extraordinary views with your Android or iOS device.
How to take vertical panorama photography with your respective Smartphone
- Part 1: For iPhone Users
- Part 2: For Android Users
For iPhone users
The iPhone users can follow the steps given below to execute vertorama.
- Launch Camera app in your device and initiate a right swipe to the “PANO” mode.
- Make sure to hold the device horizontally and hit the camera button.
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For Android users
To capture vertical panorama on Android, the steps are given just below.
- Start with opening the camera followed by choosing the “Panorama” option from the menu.
- Hit on “Vertical” and begin the process.
The Panorama camera is one of the better features of the iPhone Camera app, it makes taking incredible high-quality panoramic pictures ridiculously easy without adding any additional apps to your iPhone.
The amazing photography feature is built directly into iOS now and works on all modern iPhone devices as part of the Camera app.
If you’re unfamiliar with the iPhone panorama camera feature or you just haven’t used it yet, this walkthrough will show you how to use it, as well as offer some tips on getting good panorama images.
How to Use Panorama Camera on iPhone
In modern versions of iOS, including iOS 11, 10, 8, 9, etc, accessing and using the iPhone Panoramic Camera feature is very easy, it’s one of the options within Camera app:
Open the Camera app and swipe over on the lower options until the “PANO” option is selected
Your panorama image will be stored in the Photos app along with other images as usual.
Panorama photos can be quite large in file size and resolution, so be prepared for handling a large image if you are going to share, edit, or otherwise use the image.
There is virtually no wait time while the final picture is rendered as a result of how Apple basically “paints” the picture live as the panorama is taken.
You can click the image below to see a full size panorama image of some really nice scenery shot on an iPhone:
5 Tips for the Best Panorama Photo Results
- Hold steady and aim to center along the provided line
- Move slowly horizontally to allow for lighting adjustments as image pans
- Tap an area of neutral lighting for the initial exposure, avoid exposure lock in dramatically varied lighting situations
- If you do end up with artifacts and/or regions of black pixels, use Crop directly on iPhone to clean them up instantly
- You can also shoot panorama photos from left to right, or vertically, just by tapping on the camera or rotating the iPhone
Once Panorama is active, moving slowly and holding steady to “paint” your panoramic photo gives the best results. If you move too quickly the camera won’t have time to adjust properly to lighting changes, and artifacts can appear on the final image either in the form of black pixels for areas that are missed or out of the guide line, or in the form of chunky transitions. You can see an example of the chunky transition artifacting that can occur from a quick motion at the far right corner of this otherwise very nice sample panorama image from an iPhone 5.
Panoramic pictures are stored in the Photos app Camera Roll as usual, and you can email or send them through messages as you’d expect. If you want the highest quality version of a panoramic image, you’ll need to connect the iPhone to a computer and transfer the photos by USB, otherwise it will be automatically compressed and reduced in file size and resolution down to somewhere between 5000×1000 and 8000×2000 to save data usage and make it reasonable to open on iOS devices and in email. The original panoramic photos are gigantic, coming in around a whopping 20,000 x 4000 pixels, so be prepared for iPhone storage space to disappear rapidly if you take a lot of these.
Click below to launch an absolutely beautiful sample iPhone panorama shot, the resolution is reduced from a full size 20k x 4k to 5597 x 1024 (a big thanks to Ryan for taking this amazing picture and allowing us to post it!):
Taking a Panorama Picture with iPhone and Earlier iOS Versions
In prior versions of iOS, accessing Panorama Camera mode is available though it is slightly different. Here’s how in iOS 6 for example:
- Open Camera (from the lock screen is the fastest way)
- Tap “Options” at the top, then tap “Panorama” from the menu
- Tap the camera button to start taking a picture, then move slowly while keeping iPhone stable as the panoramic image is drawn
- Finish by reaching the end of the panoramic guide line or by tapping the camera button again
Finally, though the built in Panorama Camera is limited to new devices like the iPhone X, iPhone 8, 7, Plus models, 6s, 6 Plus, 5S, 5, and 4S, older iPhones are not totally out of luck… if you have an iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, or you want to take panoramics with an iPod touch or iPad, an excellent third party app called Dermandar is available for $2 on the App Store.
As technology developed, taking and sharing regular photos already became a history. The future belongs to interactive photos and 360-degree photos. And Facebook has started to support to share 360 photos steam in 2017.
When we talk about 360 degree photos, some dedicated cameras, such as Samsung Gear 360, LG 360 Cam and Panono, may emerge in your mind. However, compared to these expensive dedicated cameras, the smartphone is the better choice to take a 360-degree photo. The cameras built in latest smartphones are competent with this task. And there are some professional apps could help you to take a 360 photo with your smartphone as well. Therefore, this article will introduce how to take 360 photos on smartphone and how to create your own 360 panorama with best panorama apps.
Part 1: How to Take 360 Photos on iPhone, Android or Camera
1. Shoot a 360 photo on Android
Google has developed a dedicated 360-degree photo service, Google Photo Sphere, and bundled it to Google Camera app. If you have install Google Camera on your Android phone, you can utilize this excellent photo app to take a 360 photo. When it comes to the details, you can follow the steps below.
1. Open the Google Camera app on your Android phone.
2. Swipe the screen to right, the services menu will show up. Select Photo Sphere that is usually the first one on the menu list.
3. After Photo Sphere loaded, hold your Android smartphone vertically and close to your body to prepare to take a 360 photo.
4. There is a blue dot and a circle on the screen. Adjust the angle of the camera until the blue dot moves to the center of the circle.
5. Grasp your smartphone steady, the app will detect and show up the frame of the scene.
6. Then move your smartphone around gradually and follow the dots through the scene you want to shoot.
7. After capturing, tap on check mark at the bottom and the app will deal with the 360 photo automatically.
8. You can enjoy the 360 photo taken by Google Camera in photo gallery after a few seconds.
2. Capture a 360 photo on iPhone
It cannot be denied that the excellent camera technology is one of iPhones’ advantages. Most people use iPhones because the camera could capture a clearer picture. And it is much easier to take 360 photos on iPhone, for the built in camera app has the ability to shoot panoramas. Make sure that your handset is iPhone 4S and later, otherwise you cannot enjoy the panoramic shots feature.
1. Unlock your iPhone and open built in Camera app.
2. Touch and scroll the menu bar until you find PANO, which is the Panorama Mode. This mode is available for both front and rear cameras.
3. After activate Panorama Mode, you will discover that a preview frame and an arrow appear on the screen. The arrow means the shooting direction. It is from left to right by default. And you can tap on it to change the direction.
4. Adjust your iPhone and click on Shutter button to start to capture a 360 photo. Move around slowly along the line on screen and keep your iPhone as horizontal as possible during the process.
5. After capture enough frames, the camera app will stitch them and save the 360 photo automatically.
6. You can find the output in Camera Roll on your iPhone.
3. Take a 360 Photo for Digital Cameras
Although the smartphone is smart enough to take a 360 photo, the output is not as perfect as you thought. If you have DSLR cameras or camcorder, you can take pictures in RAW, and then take a 360 photo accordingly. If you have utilized your smartphone to take 360 photos, you will understand that we cannot keep the smartphone steady absolutely when we take a 360 photo. Just learn more detail about how WidsMob Panorama can do for you.
1. Offer automatic algorithm to make panorama files. The program is able to auto select photos by group with EXIF or overlapping to achieve optimal result.
2. Besides the 360-degree panoramas, the program also supports horizontal, tile and vertical modes. Align Points and Photo Blend let you tweak overlapped areas to achieve optimal results.
3. There are multiple editing tools to adjust effects of panoramas, add colors, frames, texts and watermarks. It should be the best program to get panoramic pictures.
4. You can take a 360 photo with JPEG as well as RAW formats. And then you can import photos from iPhone, Android as well as digital cameras.
How to take a 360 photo for Digital cameras
1. Open WidsMob Panorama and tap on Import to load the pictures to make a 360 photo from your smartphone. The Auto-Select by Group feature will detect the pictures automatically. Or you can click on Shift button to select photo manually.
2. Once you select 360-degree mode, Photo Stitcher will stitch the picture to take a 360 photo you can use other stitching mode to make the desired panoramic view accordingly.
3. Then you can add some text and effects on the output by Text & Frame After the process, click on Save to store the 360 photo on your computer or Share to post it on social media.
If you think photos taken with a Samsung or Pixel tend to look more impressive, you’re not alone.
The iPhone takes very natural-looking photos. It doesn’t do a lot of color correction, it doesn’t saturate colors, and it doesn’t increase the contrast by default just to make an image pop. What I’m saying is, the iPhone camera is, by default, a bit basic.
Don’t get me wrong: the iPhone camera is good—great even—at capturing what’s in front of you. But the resulting photos might seem a little underwhelming when compared to the same shot if taken by a Samsung or Pixel phone; those devices tend to produce photos that are filled with color and contrast by default. This has less to do with their cameras and more to do with how the phones process the images, but the less natural but more visually arresting look is one that some definitely prefer to the iPhone’s more “natural” photos.
Apple seems to have realized this, because on the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro , you can actually customize how the camera takes photos—a nd no, we’re not talking about filters . These changes are actually encoded into the iPhone’s image processing, and thus baked into the images themselves (that means that unlike app lying filter, you can’t back out of these changes later). Here’s how to use Apple’s new Photographic Styles feature to take more Pixel- or Samsung-like pics .
U se iPhone 13's Photographic Styles to take photo s that look like those shot on a Pixel or Samsung
Photographic Styles is baked into the Camera app o n all iPhone 13 models. In the Camera app, tap the Arrow button at the top to reveal the toolbar above the shutter button. T ap the Photographic Styles icon (tripled squares). You can also find this icon in the top-right corner of the camera app.
Now, you can swipe through the five different modes—Standard, Rich Contrast, Vibrant, Warm, and Cool. T he screenshot below gives you a sense of the difference between them:
Have an iPhone 4S or iPhone 5? Use the new panorama feature in iOS 6 to take amazing 240-degree photos.
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When Apple unveiled the iPhone 5 during an event last week, a new feature to iOS 6 was also shown off — panorama photos.
The new feature, which is specific to the iPhone 4S and iPhone 5, allows users to take 240-degree panoramic photos using the native iOS Camera app.
Taking a panoramic photo with iOS 6 is simple. Launch the Camera app and tap on the Options button along the top of the screen. Select the panorama button.
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You’ll then see some instructions on the screen. From there, it’s easy. Move your phone in a slow, steady motion from left to right, making sure the arrow stays centered on the line. If you begin to move too fast or get too far off center you’ll see a message on the screen telling you how to correct it.
The key here is to go slow. In my testing, even if I was going slow enough to avoid prompting the “Slow Down” warning from my phone, the photo often came out blurry. The slower I moved, the better the end product looked — so take your time.
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If you don’t want to take a full 240-degree photo, you can stop at any time by pressing the shutter button along the bottom. Whatever progress you have made will then be saved to your Camera Roll.
Of course, taking a panoramic photo with your iPhone has long been possible thanks to third-party apps in the App Store. It’s nice to see Apple roll out a feature of its own, but it’s too early to say whether or not this is the best solution.
Whether you’re Annie Leibovitz or an amateur selfie-snapper, the one thing that unites us all is the small-but-mighty camera that sits in our pockets at all times. Your iPhone has a whole slew of features designed to give your photos an impossibly filtered finish, all you have to do is unleash them.
Below, you’ll find 16 ways to up your ‘Grams and polish your pics in seconds.
Get in focus with AE/AF lock
The auto focus on the iPhone is a fickle mistress. If you’re having trouble with auto focus jumping around, you can touch the screen until you see AE/AF lock in yellow letters (auto exposure/auto focus lock) and lock it in place.
Know your shutter
The touch-screen shutter button isn’t nearly as user-friendly as an actual camera’s shutter. For one thing, make sure you account for any glitchy software lag time, and always hold your phone in the same position a few seconds after taking your shot. Also, keep in mind that the photo doesn’t register when you press the shutter, and only captures once you release it.
Stay on the grid
Many photographers ascribe to the rule of thirds — putting your subject off-center to provide more visual interest. And while the iPhone’s grid function evenly divides your frame in thirds, it’s also a useful tool to make sure your image is straighter-looking and properly aligned. Turn it on in Settings > Photos & Camera.
Compose your images diagonally
Capturing a plane that goes off into the distance gives your photos depth, so place the subject of your snap along horizontal lines to give the final product more depth and perspective.
The built-in exposure meter is a feature you might not know existed if you didn’t know where to look for it. Double tap the screen, and slide the yellow sun icon up and down to let in more or less light, which is particularly valuable in those tricky nighttime shots.
Ever. The final result will only look pixelated, since it’s not a real optical zoom. Instead, get closer to your subject or just crop the final image where you won’t lose as much resolution.
We’re naturally inclined to take photos from chest level, but lowering your phone to belly-button height can lengthen your subject and provide a more dynamic-looking image. Provided you’re not so low you’re giving them a double chin.
Enable Burst mode for action shots
It’s as easy as holding your shutter button down for a few seconds. The Burst function will take multiple pics in rapid succession, ensuring you don’t miss the perfect shot.
Edit photos after the fact
Fake it ‘til you make it. Apps like Photoshop Touch, Snapseed, and Darkroom are all great for touching up your pics after the fact, allowing you to correct color imbalances, straighten, etc.
Use the volume buttons as shutter buttons
One of the many downfalls of a screen-based shutter is stability, and it’s further tested every time you jostle your phone to get the perfect shot. Use the volume controls on the side to snap your shots instead, and keep a tighter grip.
Test out HDR mode
Admittedly this can sometimes leave you with an image in Willy Wonka hues, but turning on High Dynamic Range will combine three different exposures into one image for situations with less-than-optimal lighting.
Download apps that unlock your iPhone’s true potential
Developers have been able to create a wealth of programs that use far more of your camera’s features than the standard app. Options like ProShot, VSCO Cam, and Enlight allow you to adjust the flash level, white balance, 50x zoom, and other elements professional photogs pay careful attention to.
Only use flash when absolutely necessary
Despite the surprising firepower of the iPhone 6 and 6s camera, the flash is no good, and you’ll only wind up making all your friends look like overexposed, ghostly creatures. Whenever possible, shoot in good light, or use apps to increase the exposure later.
Attach an accessory
For true photography aficionados, there are dozens of external lenses on the market that can significantly improve photo quality, like olloclip or Moment, which essentially transform your phone into a proper DSLR.
Play around with panoramas
No matter how well you’re composing a shot, sometimes you simply can’t convey the sheer scope of something without an extra-wide shot, and the Pano mode makes it incredibly easy to capture just that. When you move the phone slowly in one direction in Pano mode, the camera automatically stitches together a striking panoramic view of up to 240 degrees.
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While some 300 million people actively use Instagram, there’s a much smaller portion of users who really, truly know how to take great photos and maximise their engagement rates on the photo sharing app.
We can learn a lot from the slew of professional photographers, bloggers and social influencers who use Instagram to share their holidays, their outfits, and even their lunches. The fact is, you don’t need a professional camera to take good pics for Instagram. You just need an iPhone, a good editing app (many of which are free) and a bit of know-how. Here are some top tips we’ve collated for taking better pics for Instagram, right from your iPhone:
Natural light is always best
And no amount of filtering or editing can hit the right note the way naturally lit photos do.
Don’t take your photos in Instagram
Many people with an impressive Instagram feed take (and then edit) their photos on a third-party app before uploading it to Instagram. Some popular apps include Snapseed, VSCO Cam and Photoshop Express, all of which are free and offer more advanced settings that let you adjust shutter speed, white balance and depth perception, which just isn’t possible to do on the iPhone camera.
VSCO Cam in particular is useful for colour correction, and Snapseed is good for removing shadows, which is particularly handy when taking photos of inanimate objects such as your lunch.
The clarity editing option on Instagram slightly improves iPhone photos but it’s best not to go overboard with it, and research has also shown that saturation effects can actually cause lower engagement rates than the original photo, so less really is more when it comes to editing your photos.
Use leading lines
You can use leading lines in virtually any photo you take on the iPhone, because lines and angles are everywhere. The eye naturally follows lines when presented with an image, so use this to your advantage and position leading lines to draw your viewers’ eyes to a certain element in the photo. Note that leading lines aren’t always straight – they can be curved, horizontal or vertical. Your leading lines can converge (as tunnels do), or they can be diagonal, like train tracks. Work out what you want to draw your viewers’ attention to, and then compose your image based on how you can most effectively draw their eyes to this element.
Experiment with the rule of thirds
The rule of thirds assists you in creating balanced images, which are naturally more aesthetically pleasing. By adhering to the rule of thirds, you will naturally avoid placing your subject right in the centre of the frame or dividing a photo exactly in half with a horizontal line. In square images, try keeping your subject towards the edge of the frame, particularly if it’s quite small, such as a person in the distance.
As always, rules are made to be broken, so don’t feel like you need to apply the rule of thirds to every photo you take. Sometimes symmetry is more effective, such as when taking photos of buildings. Symmetry is also very powerful in square photos.
Take your photos at different angles
Those pics of people’s meals that go viral on social media are often as a result of the photographer standing up on their chair and taking a top-down photo. Don’t be afraid to take your photos from different angles to show different textures, shades or shapes. Take the same photo from various angles to see which end-result has the most impact.
Empty space is not the enemy
Don’t be afraid of empty space, as it gives your subjects more room to stand out. Negative space works really well in square photos, which is Instagram’s default.
Practice, practice, practice
Behind every flawless Instagram photo is another five that didn’t quite hit the mark. The best way to get beautiful photos is to practice different techniques and to pick your favourite from each batch.
Last week, Apple held its Apple Events and introduced its new products – iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, and Apple Watch 2. One of the striking features of iPhone 7 Plus is its dual-lens camera, one is wide angle and the other is a telephoto lens and both are 12 MP. What’s more, the front camera is improved to 7 MP with wide color capture. Those are good news for us. However, having a good camera on your phone doesn’t ensure that the photos you take will look better than others’, you also need some tips on how to take better photos on iPhone 7/7 Plus. Below is what you need to know.
Methods to Capture Better iPhone Photos
1. Use Grid Feature
Grid utilizes The Rules of Thirds, a visual arts rule, to help people take better photos. The whole scene is divided into nine parts by two equally spaced horizontal lines and two equally spaced vertical lines. And it is said that putting the things you want to focus on one of the four intersections, so the picture will look more compact than that taken without this rule. For example, if you want to capture a cat sleeping on the ground, you’d better place the cat around one of the intersections.
You can try this way to take better photos with iPhone 7 & 7 Plus. To enable Grid, just go to “Settings” on your iPhone, find “Photos & Camera” and then turn on “Grid”.
2. Choose the Right Focus
Different focus has different effect. Let’s see the pictures below first.
The left one, we put focus on the desk, so the toy looks overshadowed. While the right one, we tap focus on the toy and it looks bright. So before you shoot, think about what you are going to capture, tap it on your phone screen and then click the shutter button. Also, you can adjust the brightness when the focus frame shows up.
3. Turn on HDR Auto
HDR stands for High Dynamic Range, which could help phone camera display the visual effect of the real environment better than the ordinary. You can see the difference from the following photos.
To turn on it, just open your phone camera, tap “HDR” and hit “On” to capture better iPhone Photos.
4. Shoot with Panorama
To have better photographs, you can also use Panorama. It is not a new function but it is really awesome, as you can put full scenery into a picture. At the bottom of the phone, you will see a few options, and slide it to “PANO”. There is a notification saying that “Move iPhone continuously when taking a Panorama”, and you can click the arrow above to change the shooting direction. After choosing the direction, tap the shutter, move your iPhone 7 or 7 Plus steadily and press the button to end capturing.
5. Utilize Burst Mode
How to take better photos on iPhone 7/7 Plus if the people or items you want to snap are moving? Don’t worry, you can try Burst mode. It is fantastic for capturing moving subjects. Click the shutter and don’t lift up your finger until you finish shooting. Then the photo will be generated, and it will show how many shots you’ve taken on the screen. If you don’t need it, all shots will be deleted with one click.
6. Take Advantage of Some Third-Party Apps
Various kinds of apps can save your photography. VSCO is a great app that you can download on your iPhone. It has numerous functions to modify your pictures, such as Contrast, Exposure, Straighten and so on. You can even change the horizontal and vertical perspective of the photos.
7. Zoom in
As we all know, if we zoom in when taking pictures, the quality of the photos will be declined. But iPhone 7 Plus has a wide angle lens camera, it can provide 2x optical zoom without losing quality. We may capture better iPhone Photos with such function. And you can use the camera to shoot subjects while the background is blurry.
These methods can make your pictures look better. And if you want to take great portrait photos, you should also remember to choose a beautiful background and stay low when take photos. What’s more, after you capture images, don’t forget to use AirMore to transfer photos from iPhone to PC and store those precious moments.