The best camera is the one you’ve got with you, they say. And for a great many of us, that’s the camera in our iPhones. Fortunately, any iPhone released in the past couple of years will have an extremely solid built-in camera, one with plenty to offer everyone from serious iPhoneography enthusiasts to everyday snappers.
And the software has been evolving too: iOS 8, released in 2014, enhanced the native Camera app by offering greater control over settings previously only available via third-party apps, from focus and exposure to “smart composition tools”. iOS 9and iOS 10, due for public launch in September 2016, continue this march forward.
In this article we offer detailed advice on making the most of the most useful features, settings and controls available to today’s iPhone photographers.
For even more advice on the features in Apple’s latest and upcoming operating systems, read Best iOS 9 tips, Advanced tips for iOS 9, and Best iOS 10 tips. And bear in mind that there’s a new photos app on the Mac too: read about Photos for Mac here.]
[SOURCE:- Mac World]