Bought the new iPhone 14? Check out 5 tips to take stunning photos with your iPhone
From 2MP cameras to 50MP cameras, smartphone cameras have come a long way. Notably, iPhones are usually considered have the best camera phones in the market. The new iPhone 14 series gets even better cameras with upgraded sensors. So, if you love taking photos, then the iPhone 14 is perfect for you. And if you already own one, check out these 5 tips to take stunning photos with your iPhone 14.
1. Use Gridlines
One of the best ways to ensure that your subject is properly level in the frame and is following the rule of thirds is to utilize the Grid option, which is already present on your iPhone 14. Tap on Settings and then Camera. You'll find the Grid option in the Composition section. Toggle it on to display gridlines.
2. Adjust exposure
Capturing a subject in low light surroundings? Don't worry! You can manually adjust exposure with your iPhone 14. Simply position your subject and tap on the screen. A light icon will be visible which you can turn up and down to manually adjust exposure according to the lighting needs.
3. Portrait Mode
The iPhone 14 has a portrait mode which you can take advantage of to take stunning portrait shots of your subjects. The portrait mode features 6 portrait light options - Natural, Studio, Contour, Stage, Stage Mono, and High‑Key Mono, all of which offer slightly different lighting tones to suit different conditions.
4. Use Live Photos
Live Photos lets users capture life's perfect moments as a still picture along with a 2-second video. The feature also allows users to change the Live Photo effects. To do this, go to the Photos app and open a Live Photo. Then tap on the arrow on the top left. You'll get a list of options such as Live, Loop, Bounce, Long Exposure and Off. Select and apply the effect according to your choice.
5. Night Mode
Taking shots when it is extremely dark? Use your iPhone 14's night mode to light up your photos even in the darkest of conditions. The light mode option is available directly in the camera app. Tap it to turn it on and you're ready to take stunning photos even on the blackest night.