Don t take my picture

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Open Control Center, then tap the Camera button. Swipe to the left to access the Camera, or touch and hold the Camera button. Take high-quality photos with the advanced technologies built into your device. Just find your subject, open the Camera app, then tap the shutter button. Then unleash your creativity with Camera features like Live Photos, Portrait mode, camera filters, and more. You can even capture photos with time-lapse, slo-mo, pano, and more.

Learn more about the camera features on your iPhone. Flash: The LED flash on your device gives your photo extra light when you need it. Tap the Flash button to turn it on or off. Live Photos: You can capture life as it happens — in movement and sound.

Live Photos is on by default. Tap the Live Photos button to turn it off. Timer: Set your device somewhere sturdy, frame your shot, then tap the timer button. Choose a 3 or 10 second countdown, tap the Shutter button, then step into the frame. Front-facing camera: To take a selfie with your front-facing camera, tap the front-facing camera button , find a good angle, then tap the shutter button. With iPhone 6s and later, you can use the Home Screen as a flash for your selfies.

Burst: Trying to capture a picture but your subject matter won't stay still? Try burst mode. Just tap and hold the shutter button. Burst mode takes multiple photos at once so that you have a range of photos to choose from. On iPhone 11 and later, slide the shutter button to the left and hold it to take a burst of photos, then release it to stop. If you want to zoom more than 2x or finely control the image, touch and hold 1x or 2x to get a slider that lets you zoom all the way to 10x.

On iPhone 11 and later, iPad Pro After you take your photo or video, open it in the Photos app and tap Edit. Then you can adjust the crop, angle, light, add a filter, and more. Choose an adjustment, like Brightness or Saturation, and slide to change the strength and intensity. Improve the exposure, saturation, highlights, warmth, tint, and more of your photos and videos. Then use the slider to make precise adjustments with each setting. Tap one of the photo filters to give your photo a different color effect, such as Vivid or Dramatic.

Or try classic black and white looks like Mono and Silvertone. You can drag the corners of the grid tool to set your own crop, then move the wheel to tilt or straighten your photo or video. You can also rotate or flip your photo or video, and adjust the vertical and horizontal perspective.

Open your Camera app There are a few ways to open your Camera app. Home screen From your Home screen, tap the Camera app. Lock screen Swipe to the left to access the Camera, or touch and hold the Camera button. Take a photo or video Take high-quality photos with the advanced technologies built into your device. Edit your photo or video After you take your photo or video, open it in the Photos app and tap Edit. Adjust light and color Improve the exposure, saturation, highlights, warmth, tint, and more of your photos and videos.

Apply filters Tap one of the photo filters to give your photo a different color effect, such as Vivid or Dramatic. Crop and straighten You can drag the corners of the grid tool to set your own crop, then move the wheel to tilt or straighten your photo or video. Published Date: November 30, Yes No. Character limit: Maximum character limit is Start a discussion in Apple Support Communities. Ask other users about this article Ask other users about this article.

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