Connected in iDAHO - June 4, 2015
All about the Camera
Swipe Up For Quick Access
If you aren't in the lock screen, swipe up from the bottom of the screen, which will open the control center. From here all you need to do is tap the camera icon and you're ready to shoot!
Turn on the Grid
You can turn on the grid by going to settings, scroll down to Photos & Camera, and make sure the grid slider is turned on.
Shoot in Burst Mode
The burst mode is useful whenever there's any movement or unpredictability inside the scene such as kids playing, birds flying and or humans walking!
Set Focus & Exposure
Sometimes, when you set focus and exposure by tapping on the screen, the exposure doesn't look quite right- the image may appear under-exposed (too dark) or over-exposed (too bright). In these cases you can manually adjust exposure before taking the photo.
After you've tapped on the screen to set focus and exposure, simply swipe up or down to alter the exposure manually. You'll see the exposure slider with a sun icon appear. Swipe up to make the image brighter or down to make the image darker.
Lock Focus & Exposure
You would want to lock focus and exposure whenever there might be a significant change inside the frame such as a person walking through the scene.
Take HDR Photos
Generally, HDR is great for landscaping photos when the sky takes up a large part of the image.
Take Photo with Volume Buttons
You can use the crop tool on many apps or just the camera app on the iPhone!