1. Shooting Distance Matters
Shoot in iPhone XR portrait mode, in order to get a better portrait, we need to blur the background and highlight the person. So when shooting, pay attention to the distance. 1 meter or closer is the desired distance to blur the background. If you stand too far away the blur effect will be reduced!
2. Perfect Light Spot
Want to let girls look thin and have perfect light spot on a photo?
We can let girls’hair naturally covers a part of their face, and the photographer squats in to get a good-looking light spot. It can also solve the pain points of girls with camera-shy symptoms. At the same time, it can make the picture more emotional.
3. Turn On Smart HDR
Sometimes we want to shoot layers of clouds in the air, but in the old days when a cell phone was pointed at the sky, the ground lost most of its detail and vice versa. The iPhone XR camera system automatically turns on a smart HDR feature, passing focus to the phone, and you get a photo of the sky and ground with a ton of detail.
4. Live Photo
It is said that water reflection will add points for the photo, sometimes you want to take out the surface of the ripples or water flow slow door effect, but don’t have the tripod in hand, what should you do in this situation?
The answer is simple, you can open Live Photo, turn the phone upside down on top of the water, press the shutter release hand to hold it steady for about a second, and change the mode of the shot to a long exposure to get a smooth reflection of the water.
5. Live Photo for Po
Want to shoot the natural expression of the people? Burst is fine, but you may need to choose one good picture out of hundreds
It will be easier to capture a Photo with Live
6. Smart HDR night shot
SMART HDR can be used not only for sky shots, but also for night shots. The light that had been so easy to see spilled over in a messy way and is now gone. Hold your phone steady while shooting a night scene and adjust the exposure slightly.