5 Secrets for clicking the best iPhone X photographs

As always Apple again took the hold of the market this year. We all know iPhone is the most gifted phone in the world. The new launches of iPhone 8, 8 plus, and X models have made massive sales and are being known for their amazing camera results. Though both iPhone 8 and 8 plus are loved by people, iPhone X is something next level due to its unique camera features.

iPhone X with face recognition, the missing main home button, and the camera features are making this smartphone way much popular than any other iPhone. Most people are still exploring the camera system of this device. All the pictures being clicked on this phone are exceptional and are being loved by the users! With this phone in hand, you can not only shoot pictures in Portrait mode, you can also expand portrait lighting, and utilize the completely remodeled back camera.

To help you shoot some really gorgeous pictures with your iPhone X, I have compiled these 5 secrets to take the best looking photos with your amazing phone. To find out these secrets, keep reading:

1: Zooming option in the Dark

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I love this upgrade on iPhone X. It has made taking pictures in dark so much easier. Now you have the 2x lens in it, it works in low light. You can use both the lenses, no matter what are the lighting situations; your picture quality won’t be compromised.

2: Brighten any Scene with Flash

Usually, smartphone flashes are very harsh but Apple has introduced a new flash technology named as Slow Sync that shoots very beautiful and soft images by utilizing the phone’s innovative Quad-LED flash. It is suggested that this flash should be used in dim restaurants or after a sunset for best results.

3: Live Photo Effects

When you shoot live photos or a small video, it’s not completely a new feature that iPhone X has included, you will have a set of really nice effects using this superb technology. For example, like the DSLR camera features you can blur your background, generate a continuous Loop, or create a Boomerang which is very popular these days.

4: Portrait Modes

The Apple company made major developments in the portrait mode. The new iPhone X camera features just not have portrait mode with blurred backgrounds, it also has 5 new lighting modes for portraits, which includes natural light, contour light, studio light, stage lights and mono light (for black and white stage like photos). So, If you want to highlight your subjects, the photography level is up for you!

5. Play with Burst Mode

For taking the best pictures, especially when you are traveling utilize the burst mode. You can shoot 10 photos per second with this outstanding burst mode of iPhone X. To utilize this camera feature, just hold the shutter icon for a while in your camera application. Sometimes photography is about shooting a short-lived moment.

6. How can we forget Video Modes?

There are various iPhone video modes that you can enjoy, exclusively when you are shooting a scene where this is some interesting movement or sound.

If you would like to capture something like clouds moving slowly in the sky you must go for the time-lapse mode in your iPhone X. If the scene you want to shoot is a bit fast, for instance, birds flying in the sky or landing fast in the water then you must try slow motion video mode.

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Stephanie Lewis
Stephanie Lewis
Stephanie Lewis is a writer and a new born photographer. She joined Photography Concentrate team in 2017 and since then she has been trying to pursue the best photography and editing practices. Besides photography, she loves having coffee, meeting new people and travelling to exotic places. Read more photography related blogs at https://photographyconcentrate.com/


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