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Iphone 7S Users now Have the chance to remove Camera Portrait Mode by Noblex: 8:16 am On Aug 11
Users can now remove Portrait Mode on iPhone 7S Camera
When Apple launched the iPhone 7 Plus, one of the biggest features was the dual-camera system's Portrait Mode. On iOS 10, if you didn't have the option to keep the normal photo enabled under Settings, you might've lost a perfectly good moment‼️
On iOS 11, photographers will now be able to disable the depth effect even after the photo has already been taken without managing the setting.
The change opens the doors for not only saving about 50% on storage but allowing Apple to include much more information in each photo or video.
The beneficial change is evident with Portrait Mode photos on iOS 11. No longer do photographers have to choose between keeping the normal photo and Portrait Mode, or just the Portrait Mode photo. On iOS 11, a photo taken in Portrait Mode can easily have its depth effect removed after the photo has been taken.
To get started, simply launch the Camera app on your iPhone 7 Plus. Slide on over to Portrait Mode, and take the photo once you see “Depth Effect” appear at the top of your screen. From here, select the image’s thumbnail at the bottom left of the view or go to your Photos app to find it.
Once the image is opened, select Edit . iOS 11 will automatically detect that the image has a depth effect applied and will show a small yellow button at the top of the view. Simply tapping this yellow Depth button will allow you to switch between the original photo and the one with the depth effect applied. This can prove especially useful when you later realize that the image you took with the effect just doesn’t look as great as you thought it would.
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