Selfie Game Strong!

 

1.Use your volume buttons!

That's right! When taking a selfie you can use the volume down button as the capture button. Your volume buttons on your headphones will work too.

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2.Capture photos while recording.

Ever start recording a video and suddenly find a perfect moment to capture a photo? Simply tap the round white button to capture the pic.

3.Focus!

Your camera will focus on anything in front of it. If you tap on the area you specifically want to focus, the lighting will adjust on its own. Just give it a second to lock into focus.

4. Time it perfectly.

This under-used feature is very handy if you don't have a selfie stick. Tap on the timer icon and select the amount of seconds you want before the flash goes off.

5. Speaking of selfie sticks, that’s old news.

What’s in right now are Bluetooth camera remotes. With a click of a button you can capture the photo you want wirelessly. 

6. Make some edits after the fact.

Nothing like having the perfect selfie when you use your iPhone’s editing features. Change the brightness, exposure, contrast, and much more to take your selfie game to the next level.

7.Venture out!

Not a fan of your iPhones editing features? Download Adobe Photoshop Express for free. Take your photos to a whole new level with a wide range of editing features created by the best in the game.

8. Set and lock your AE/AF.

Auto Exposure (AE) and Auto Focus (AF) lock can help you lock into place what you want to focus on. Have you ever tried to take a picture when all of the sudden your camera goes out of focus? Well, simply tap and hold on the part you want to focus to lock the AE/AF feature.

 

iPhone Camera Tip You Must Know!

Text Messages: Get notified once, not twice!

   Have you ever received a text message and it pings you more than once- making you think that you are getting blow up by nearly every person in your phone book?    By default, your Messages app will inform you when your text message arrives and then once again after 2 minutes. It's like a shoulder nudge to grab your attention just in case you missed it the first time. It can be a bit annoying, especially if you saw it already and just aren't ready to reply. Here's how to disable that double-ping feature:    Go to Settings   Select Notifications    Select Messages    Select Repeat Alerts   Select Once

 

Have you ever received a text message and it pings you more than once- making you think that you are getting blow up by nearly every person in your phone book?

By default, your Messages app will inform you when your text message arrives and then once again after 2 minutes. It's like a shoulder nudge to grab your attention just in case you missed it the first time. It can be a bit annoying, especially if you saw it already and just aren't ready to reply. Here's how to disable that double-ping feature:

Go to Settings
Select Notifications
Select Messages
Select Repeat Alerts
Select Once

Tip Of The Day: Adjust your camera's exposure.

👉🏼 Tap where you want to focus and set the automatic exposure. Simply slide the sun icon, up or down to manually adjust the exposure. Try it out next time you take a picture.    

👉🏼 Tap where you want to focus and set the automatic exposure. Simply slide the sun icon, up or down to manually adjust the exposure. Try it out next time you take a picture.