fbpx
Home Gear iOS Camera Course

iOS Camera Course

iOS Camera

Camera AppThe iOS camera app is easy to use, and if you have an iPhone 4, it’s packed full of features like HDR Photos, tap to focus, and Auto flash. If you have an iPod 4 you still get to use 2 cameras, tap to auto white balance, and HD recording.

This iOS photography course will guide you in what each icon does in the iOS Camera application. First, we’ll start with perhaps the best feature unique to the iPhone 4 – HDR.

iPhone 4 HDR Photography

If you’re not sure what HDR is see our lesson on HDR.

iPhone 4 iOS 4.1 HDR Overview and Comparison Photos

Camera App Controls

The camera app controls are pretty simple and labeled below.

App Controls

Here are some controls and tips that are not displayed on your device:

  • Tap to adjust exposure and focus.
  • After taping, you have the option to use a digital zoom.  Remember that this zoom is digital so the more you zoom, the lower the resolution of your photograph.
  • When HDR mode is turned on you should hold your camera as still as possible in order to get the best photograph. This is because the camera is actually taking multiple photographs, comparing them, and then merging them.

Below you can see what kind of photographs you can expect from the camera app. You can see looking at the F19 key that there a noticeable depth of field, but never anything extreme as the camera aperture is fixed.




LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Must Read

10 Best Lightroom Presets for Portraits in 2020

We all know how important photo editing is in photography. It takes more than a “good eye” to create a beautiful image....

Travel Photography | How To Capture Unforgettable Moments

Travel Photography Traveling to a foreign country can be a feast for the senses. Each country offers a unique visual, cultural, culinary treat experience. Each...

Digital Photography Tip: Finding Subjects

Finding subjects Where do you find wildlife to photograph? In true wilderness, there's usually a terrible amount of walking to find wild animals. Animals which...

What is Shutter Speed?

An Introduction to Shutter Speed in Digital Photography Shutter speed is the amount of time the shutter is open and is also a measurement of...

See Better

Seeing Photographs with Better Eyes The psychology of seeing and how it affects composition. Your eye (and lens) sees something, but your eye is connected to...
Cart Item Removed. Undo Have a coupon ?
  • No products in the cart.