Take HDR or High Dynamic Range Photos with iPhone 6 Camera
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You're watching VisiHow. Today, we are going to teach you how to take HDR or High Dynamic Range photos on the iPhone 6.
- 7We like to turn it on if we are taking photos of nature or scenery or other things like that. The reason for that is that HDR, or High Dynamic Range, is a technology that takes three separate exposures of the same image. However, if that image is moving, especially if it's moving quickly, then oftentimes, the photo will have ghosts. The image parts won't all be exactly in the same position, which can cause it to look bad. For this reason, we like to leave HDR off when we are generally using the camera, and as we said, on when taking nature photos. We do have several other articles, including an article about taking normal photos and what the difference is for those versus HDR, so make sure to check that out.Tap "HDR" again and tap "On".
- 8If you'd like some additional help, or you need anything answered, or want to leave a comment, please do so in the section below. Thanks a lot for choosing VisiHow, and we hope you have a great day.This concludes our tutorial on how to take HDR photos on the iPhone 6.
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