Tuesday, 2 August 2016

iPhone 7 Camera : Apple IOS 7 Camera, iPad Camera and iPhone 6s camera

Published by Goya Patel on Tuesday, 2 August 2016  | No comments

How to quickly access the Camera on iPhone and iPad
Unlocking your iPhone. Going to the Home screen. Tapping the Camera app. It gets you set to take a photo or video, but it's slow. For those times when you're in a hurry, when something unexpected, sudden, and marvelous happens, there's faster camera access. From the Lock screen, from Control Center, with Hey Siri, and with 3D Touch, you can get to the camera more quickly than ever.



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  • How to use Lock screen fast camera access
  • How to use Control Center fast camera access
  • How to launch the camera with Hey Siri
  • How to launch the camera with 3D Touch
  • How to take photos, bursts, and panoramas with your iPhone or iPad

With the Camera app app for iPhone and iPad, you can take photos. You can also take flash photos, high dynamic range photos, timer photos, and selfies. You can even use the volume buttons or a headset remote to trigger the shutter. All that, and more, with just a few taps.
  • How to take a photo
  • How to use the volume button to take a photo
  • How to use a headset to take a photo
  • How to take and select 'burst mode' photos
  • How to set the flash
  • How to enable HDR
  • How to set the timer
  • How to take a selfie
  • How to take a square photo
  • How to take a panorama
  • How to use live photo filtersd
  • How to take and share Live Photos on your iPhone or iPad

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Live Photos aren't video, but a full-on 12-megapixel photo that animates 1.5 seconds of motion before and after the still. You can take them with an iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE or 9.7-inch iPad Pro, and play them back with 3D Touch or a long-press on any iOS device. All you have to do is learn how!
  • How to take a Live Photo with your iPhone or iPad
  • How to view Live Photos on iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus
  • How to view Live Photos on an older iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
  • How to share Live Photos on your iPhone or iPad
  • How to set a Live Photo as the wallpaper on your iPhone 6s or Apple Watch
  • How to extract a still shot from a Live Photo
  • How to lock focus, bias exposure, enable grid, and geo-locate with Camera for iPhone or iPad

The Camera app on your iPhone or iPad is simple but powerful. It can automatically focus and refocus, expose and re-expose, on whatever part of the image you like. You can even bias the exposure with a swipe. If you want to better frame your shots, you can turn on the grid. And you can turn geo-location on and off to either track your photos or protect your privacy, whatever you prefer.
How to lock the focus and exposure in the iPhone and iPad Camera app
How to adjust live exposure settings with the Camera on iPhone and iPad
How to enable the camera grid lines on iPhone or iPad
How to turn GPS geo-location on and off on camera for iPhone and iPad
How to record video, slow-mo, and time-lapse with your iPhone or iPad
Your iPhone and iPad isn't just a still camera, it's also a video camera. It can record standard video in up to 60 fps, and more recent models can even do 4K at up to 30 fps. You can also capture slow motion video, to see every back flip or water drip, and time lapse to watch the sun fly across the sky or a house get built in seconds. It's all up to you!

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  • How to shoot video with your iPhone or iPad
  • How to change video resolution and frame rate on your iPhone or iPad
  • How to shoot a slow motion video on your iPhone
  • How to change the slow- and normal-speed points for your slo-mo iPhone video
  • How to change the slow- and normal-speed points for your slo-mo iPhone video
  • How to switch between 120 fps and 240 fps
  • How to create a time-lapse video on your iPhone or iPad
  • How to take a still photo while capturing video on your iPhone or iPad


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