Last Updated on Oct 20, 2021
The New 2021’s Apple iPhone model extends the quality of Camera results. Here I am talking about HDR settings available on iPhone 13 Series. also, we have a setting for Enable/Disable HDR on iPhone. This camera mode uses a 20x faster neural engine with an A15 Bionic chip and 2x Faster camera sensor on big screen resolution iPhone according to apple.
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The High Dynamic Range (HRD) photography techniques use high contrast and Dynamic range that take multiple photos at once in low light or night mode.
Steps to Disabled HDR on iPhone 13 Series
Open the Settings app on your iPhone.
Under the “HDR” section, Find the option “HDR” and toggle it on.
The HDR intelligently lens the best parts if separate exposures into a single photo. Face the normally exposed photo in addition to the HDR version.
Once you enabled HDR, Your Camera app will show the option to change it from off, On, or Automatic.
- On: In any condition, HDR photography is always turned on.
- Off: Forcefully turn off HDR quality photo
- Automatically: your iPhone identifies the situations of atmosphere and makes to enable or disabled.
Disable or Turn off HDR on iPhone
We can Turn off HDR-quality pictures on the camera without disabling from settings.
We can temporarily disable the HDR camera option on iPhone.
The open Camera app on iPhone. Just tap on the HDR option, and select the “Off” option.
To Disable HDR for iPhone, Settings > Camera > Record Video> Next Turn Off HDR and Turn off it.
iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and iPhone X: Auto HDR
Auto HDR on old iPhone models functionality is the same as new iPhone models. That uses apple’s fast processing neural engine. That easily creates a machine learning task while we take a photo in low light.
To turn on or Disable it, Settings > Camera > Auto HDR (Disable or Enable it).
Above all are the settings that we can use to turn on/ turn off HDR on your iPhone.
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