Take a natural quality photo using your iPhone at low light or dark area without flash. But some hidden features that we must know, most people are not using or forgot. Are you not a photographer and not using iPhone/ iPad camera regularly then first try the below settings to capture precious photo quality officially, without the flashlight. The natural photograph will avoid all the problems like Red-eye, Blur quality, darker than original.
Are you Don’t happy with a built-in back flashlight, then keep this type of LED light with you. Image stabilization is more powerful on all latest generation iPhone. Try this on iPhone 6/ 6S, iPhone 7/ 7 Plus, iPhone XS, XS max, iPhone XR, iPhone X, iPhone 8/8 Plus, iPhone 5S, iPhone SE.
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The best Quality photo in low-light using iPhone/ iPad
Exposure slider Effect
2x to 5x more brighter in dark or low light mode.
Step #1. First, Launch the Camera app on your iPhone.
Step #2. Next, Double tap on Object that you want to highlight in the whole photo and focus it with better vision. Means on a specific area we can increase brightness/ Contrast without lost actual image and color effect.
Get more ideas, watch the given below the video
That’s we are doing in our photo editing apps. But this is run time and before the last click.
To reset or change the location of Exposure box, double tap on the new location in iPhone camera screen.
Increase brightness “Slide your finger up on screen” and to decrease it “Slide your finger down”.
Extra Features in iPhone for optical zoom is changed lens glass from 28mm to 56mm. By default zoom options in video recording up to 2x that we can change to 10x from
Settings App > Scroll down the screen to Camera > Choose Record Video > Now on the screen there are few options for set video resolution. Choose as per your demand and then go back to the camera app.
This setting prevents from extra flicker on more zoom. This will automatically change the rays mechanism from one lens to another one.