iPhoneiPiPhoneAs it is known, ‘s camera is also preferred by most professional photographers. It is possible to change advanced camera settings on iPhones, which are acclaimed for their color accuracy and successful performance.
iPhone Xs, iPhone XR and if you’re a newer iPhone user, the Prioritize faster capture setting changes how images are handled. This allows more photos to be taken with a quick tap of the shutter button. Let’s say the Prioritize faster capture setting is turned on by default. To turn off priority for faster capture, go to Settings-Camera, then turn off Prioritize faster capture.
Turning scene detection on and off
On iPhone 12 models and later, the Scene Detection setting can determine what you’re photographing and apply a custom look to bring out the best in the scene.
iPScene Detection is on by default. To turn Scene Detection off, go to Settings > Camera, then turn Scene Detection off.
Turning lens correction off and on
On iPhone 12 models and newer, the lens correction adjustment adjusts photos taken with the front camera or ultra-wide camera for more natural results.
Lens correction is on by default. To turn off lens correction, go to Settings-Camera, then turn lens correction off.
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