Lock Camera Focus and Exposure Settings on iPhone 6
Edited by Grimm, Crystal, Eng
You're watching VisiHow. In this tutorial, we're going to show you how to lock the focus and exposure of the camera on the iPhone 6.
- 3We want to tap the camera icon. It's a black, old-fashioned looking camera with a gray background. We are going to place an item in the camera view to demonstrate how to lock the focus and exposure, and we're going to explain why it's important. We may have seen photos of people walking or a bridge with people moving in and out of it and we wondered how the photographer took that. It's because they set the focus to be either on an individual person or the bridge itself and then left the camera with that focus and exposure locked. With a traditional camera, that's how it always worked. Modern auto-focus features came in, which is what the iPhone has, so it refocuses every time something changes.
- 7If we move the brush out and put a hand in the camera view, we can see it's the main part of the focus. We may want to lock the focus and exposure to make interesting photos. For example, without the hand in the picture, the background is very bright. If we put the hand in the shot, we can see the shadow from the hand which makes the background look cool.
- 15This concludes the tutorial on how to lock the auto focus and auto exposure on the iPhone 6 so that it doesn't change, allowing us to take interesting images. If you have more questions about the iPhone 6 camera or need more details, please look at our other articles. Leave any questions or comments in the section below.
Video: Lock Camera Focus and Exposure Settings on iPhone 6
Categories : IPhone
Recent edits by: Crystal, Grimm