Scroll all the way to the bottom to where it says "HDR (HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE)"
It explains that "HDR blends the best parts of three separate exposures into a single photo." What that means is that HDR takes three pictures and gives you one picture. You do not get those three pictures. You just get one.
The vehicles in this picture were mostly stopped, which is why this picture does not have what they would call ghosts
This is where there might be a second image of the car because it was moving quickly. HDR is usually fantastic for nature pictures or sky pictures where there are a lot of clouds, and we want to catch that detail.
This concludes our tutorial on setting the iPhone 6, so it takes HDR photos and keeps a copy of the normal photo, allowing you to choose between which of those photos is the best
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