Use the Burst Mode in Camera on an iPhone 6s Plus
Edited by Djinu, VisiHow, Eng, Anonymous
You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we're going to demonstrate how to use the burst mode on the iPhone 6s Plus.
From the home screen, tap on the Camera icon.
To use the burst mode, make sure you are in the "PHOTO" or "SQUARE" sections.
Swipe right or left to move between sections.
Press and hold the volume up key on the side of the phone.
Alternatively, press and hold the shutter-release button.
The camera will take a series of photos.
To review the taken pictures, tap on the lower-left icon.
You will go to the Camera Roll album. The number of "Burst" photos will be shown in the upper-left corner. In this video, there are 34 photos.
To decide which ones you would like to keep, tap on "Select".
Now, you can scroll left and right to select photos.
You can scroll either the ribbon at the bottom or the photos themselves.
Decide which photos you'd like to keep by checking them.
The checkboxes are in the lower-right corner of the pictures.
Then, tap on "Done".
Now, you can either tap "Keep Everything" or "Keep Only Favorites". There are 3 selected pictures in this tutorial.
Tap on "Keep Only Favorites".
These were selected by you. The phone will keep the selected photos and delete the rest.
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Video: Use the Burst Mode in Camera on an iPhone 6s Plus
Recent edits by: Eng, VisiHow, Djinu