10 tips and tricks for iPhone 6 camera

The iPhone 6 includes an improved camera with some features and an app with more options, to know the features to handle you need some tips and iPhone6 tricks to help you take better looking photos with your iPhone 6. You can also buy an Ollo clip for iphone6, but you don’t need to use any one of these features. There are some options you may be familiar with, but there are also others that are only on IOS 8 or the iPhone 6.

  • HDR – you can take multiple photos that the camera merges together to deliver a photo that shows dark and light subjects and adds details to the shadows.
  • Lock Focus & Lock Exposure – You can tap and hold on a spot to lock the focus and lock the exposure, if you need to get the focus or exposure set up and then change the position of the subject to get a better looking photo.
  • Tap on the subject – The single most important thing you can do to take better looking iPhone photos is to tap on the subject, and focus on that person or object and auto set exposure. Here we will guide you to change the exposure manually, but many times tapping on the right spot delivers night and day differences.
  • Panorama – you can take Panorama on the iPhone with IOS 8 and it allows you to move the camera from one side to the other to capture a wide-angle view of landscapes and other subjects.
  • Filters – You can use filters while setting your photo by tapping on the filter option to the right of the power button. It lets you add an instagram like filter while you set up the shot for an easier way to get the photo you want.
  • Manual Exposure – Tap the small sun icon and slide it up or down to adjust exposure before taking a photo, if things are too dark, slide it up to add more light to your photo.
  • IOS 8 camera timer – Tap the small clock icon near the switch camera icon to set a 3-second or 10-second timer.
  • IOS 8 time Lapse video – Slide to the time lapse option and record a long video that is compressed into seconds.
  • IOS 8 slow motion video – On the iPhone 6 you can record super-slow motion at 240 frames per second. Slide to this option and tap record.
  • IOS 8 Burst Photo – You can take a lot of photos really quickly by holding the shutter button in with IOS 8 on the iPhone 5s, iPhone6, iPhone 6 plus, iPad Air 2.

Tips to use Remote Access Control in iPhone 6

The iPhone 6 does not include an IR port like most Android phones, but you can still use it as a remote control for some HDTVs and most cable and satellite DVR. These apps use your login and the connection to the box  to allow the user to control the tv with the iPhone 6.

  • DirecTV
  • Comcast
  • Time Warner

The apps above include an option to use the iPhone 6 as a remote control for changing channels and accessing your DVR, not all of these options will include control over volume or over your HDTV power. You can search the App Store for your HDTV manufacture to see if there are other options that can control your HDTV and devices connected to it.

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