More people are taking photos with their iPhones than any other camera. So why not make your phone photos the best you can. They say the best camera is the one you have with you, which is true, but there are ways to make your iPhone photos even better.
The iPhone camera gets better and better with each new upgrade, but for the iPhone 6 it’s not just about hype. It might not be "the next best thing," but it just might be the most awesome thing right now. :-) The iPhone 6 camera has been frequently praised as the best smartphone camera to ever exist. The biggest change in the new addition of the iPhone camera is the focus pixels, which means the camera is twice as capable of focusing as the iPhone 5S.
Change Exposure Manually
Most people complain about a lack of control when using a camera phone rather than a more dedicated camera. You can actually have more control than you think with your iPhone. Sometimes, the lighting in your environment is not ideal. This isn’t a problem with the new iPhone 6 cameras’ new manual exposure control option. First, you need to tap the area on the photo that you want to be the main part if your photo. The phone will base the exposure on this area. If the camera doesn’t accurately guess the exposure, you can use the slider to make adjustments by dragging up or down the screen.
You can use the timer mode from anywhere between 3 and 10 seconds to take better group shots, different selfie angles, or hard to reach shot... and did I mention selfies? I did? Well, that's because you can't go anywhere without somebody pulling out a selfie sick these days. I thought selfie sticks were sticks to hit people over the head with who were taking selfies! :-) The camera will fire off a burst when the timer reaches zero, which will give you an opportunity to choose the best photo from the bunch. This is great for combing through photos for people with closed eyes, those who weren’t ready yet, or worse yet those who close their eyes on purposes just to be butts! (I'm talking to you, daughter)
Edit Your Photos
We all (or maybe it's just me) have tons of apps on our phones for editing photos. I have tons. For the record, Perfectly Clear is one of my favorites, but that's not what we're talking about. We're talking about the fact that now you can edit your photos right in the photo app already on your phone. You can use your iPhone 6 camera to alter different exposure levels, highlights, contrast, and saturation. You can also revert your image back to the original by clicking on revert. It's really easy. Check out the all the new options when you push the EDIT button after taking a shot.
So there you go. Take that camera phone out of your pocket and use it. It probably won't replace your DSLR, but you always have it with you and you can get some great photos with it!