Manage Storage Space When Taking HDR Photos on iPhone 6s Plus

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You're watching VisiHow. This is a tutorial on how to save storage when using HDR photos on the iPhone 6s Plus. Before you begin, please visit our other tutorials if you need help taking HDR photos on your iPhone.

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    From your unlocked home screen, tap on the gear-shaped "Settings" icon
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    Scroll through your settings menu until you find "Photos & Camera"
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    Tap on "Photos & Camera" once
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    Scroll down through the "Photos & Camera" menu until you find the heading "HDR (HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE)"
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    You will see the option to "Keep Normal Photo", which is currently set to "On". In the "On" position, the switch will be highlighted in green.
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    Tap on the "Keep Normal Photo" toggle
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    It will slide to the left and turn gray. Your phone will only keep the HDR photos. The normal photos will not be saved, which will save some storage space.
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