Everyone thought Steve Jobs was crazy when he introduced the idea of the iPhone because it had no keys. Little did everyone know that the iPhone would become a fan favorite, where people eagerly await for a new model to be released. Did you know that the first generation iPhone hit the U.S. market in 2007?
If you recently upgraded to the iPhone 13 we have put together this guide to share our top iPhone 13 camera tips to help you improve your pictures. Read on to learn some iPhone 13 camera hacks.
If you are a professional or are learning more about photography, then using this feature is a must. This format mimics the look of a RAW picture, where you are able to retain more details of the picture. Keep in mind that these images are huge (around 25 MB) per image.
The great thing about this feature is when you are working in an editing software like Lightroom or Photoshop, there are more possibilities. You can enable this feature under Settings -> Camera -> Format.
When you want to remove background from an image, shooting in RAW is a great start.
When you are capturing tiny details on a subject, then Macro mode is a must. Putting the iPhone 13 camera on this setting allows you to capture small details with the ultra-wide angle lens inside the camera. You can use Macro mode on time-lapse video, slo-mo video, and standard photos.
The key is to get up close to your object. Once you are as close to the subject as possible, you will place the focus in the center of the frame.
This mode allows you to shoot videos that add a depth of field effect in dynamic focus transition. Basically, this means that you can create Hollywood-style movies from your fingertips. You can track subjects and focus on them while you are filming.
The camera mode will automatically track the subject you are shooting, and it will create elegant movie-style focus changes as it’s recording. The final product ends up looking professional and immersive.
When you are shooting in cinematic mode, the lens focus automatically shifts from one object or subject in the frame to another. This automatic focus change makes the entire shot a lot more dramatic and realistic.
All you have to do to shoot in cinematic mode is choose Cinematic mode when you launch the Camera app. Tap the subject in the frame and when you tap again it will track the object with an “AF Tracking Lock.”
Ready to Try These iPhone 13 Camera Tips?
Now that you have learned some fun iPhone 13 camera tips, you can test them out yourself if you haven’t yet. Many people are not aware of some of these iPhone camera 13 features, but once you learn, you won’t be able to stop using them. If this blog post came in handy, please continue browsing this section for more tips and tricks.