Zoom In and Out While Taking Photos on iPhone 6
Edited by Kara, Rose Najj, Eng, Anonymous
Hi, you are watching VisiHow. My name is Kara. In this video, I will show you how to zoom in and out while taking photos on iPhone 6.
Let us get the reverse camera, the back camera by tapping on the camera button up there.
Here is the beautiful bicycle standing by the wall.
Which I need to take a photo of, but I am sitting way too far, and I need to zoom in.
For any reason, if I need to zoom in, this is what I do.
I take two fingers and put them on the screen.
Then just open my fingers like that.
Here goes the zoom.
Let us see how far we can take the details of the picture without coming close to the object.
To zoom out, we can do that by closing your fingers.
Let us zoom in a little bit.
Tap on the Shutter button to take a photo.
Then tap on the Shutter button again to take another photo.
Zoom out all the way, and then take a photo.
Let us look at the results.
Go to camera roll which is in the left bottom corner of the screen.
Tap on it and here are our pictures.
Here is the zoomed out picture.
The very zoomed in picture.
As you can see in iPhone 6 camera allows you take a very detailed pictures from a distance just with the help of the zoom.
Tap on the camera button on the top to go the front camera.
As you can see when you use the front camera the zoom doesn't actually work.
It works only on your back camera.
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Video: Zoom In and Out While Taking Photos on iPhone 6
Recent edits by: Eng, Rose Najj, Kara