1. Go ultra wide
iPhone 11 and 11 Pro both have new ultra-wide cameras on the back. The 12-megapixel (f/2.2) camera is equivalent to a 13mm DSLR lens and has a 120-degree field of view, which is capable of fitting A LOT more in a shot.
2. Ultra-wide displays
The ultra-wide camera likewise works for displays. Ultra-wide scenes are much more twisted than with the wide focal point, at the same time, hello, on the off chance that you need to do it, you can.
3. More brilliant selfies
The iPhone 11 and 11 Pro both accompany 12-megapixel forward looking cameras. Be that as it may, you don’t generally get 12 megapixels for each selfie.
Of course, on the off chance that you hold your iPhone 11 vertically, the picture sensor zooms in to take a 7-megapixel selfie. Tap the grow catch on the screen to zoom out for the full 12-megapixel camera.
4. Change the angle proportion to 16:9
On prior iPhones, you have two perspective proportions to browse: 4:3 (square shape) or 1:1 (square), the two of which are their own shooting modes.
5. Record video while snapping a picture
On iPhones discharged before the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro, you can record video and, basically, take screen captures simultaneously by tapping the littler shade catch in the corner.
6. Burst shooting is presently a swipe
Pause, if holding down the shade catch presently records QuickTake recordings, how would you shoot a burst of photographs?
For vertical photographs, essentially swipe left from the shade catch, and for even photographs, swipe down.
7. Utilizing the volume catches as shade
What’s more, discussing screen catch practices that have changed: A solitary press on either volume catch still snaps a picture, however holding down either volume catch doesn’t shoot a burst of photographs any longer and rather records a QuickTake video. There’s no real way to change this (I looked and it’s not in the Settings application).
8. Controlling Night mode
The iPhone 11 and 11 Pro both have a Night mode work. Not at all like on Android telephones, where the mode is one you can choose, Night mode on the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro kicks in naturally when the scene is dim.
A Night mode symbol shows up beside the glimmer symbol and demonstrates to you to what extent you have to keep still for. Tap the shade catch and a meter will show up and check down from the prescribed introduction time.
In the event that you need to supersede the programmed Night mode introduction to turn it off or increment the presentation time to the most extreme, you can tap the Night mode symbol to do as such.
9. Utilize a tripod to improve Night mode
Night mode is incredible for long exposures that last just a couple of moments. Be that as it may, on the off chance that you truly need to make the longest exposures, you’re going to need to mount your iPhone 11 or 11 Pro to a tripod. The whirligig recognizes whether the telephone’s consummately still and after that dials up the presentation time to up to 30 seconds.
10. Recompose photographs and recordings
Inside the Settings application under Camera, there’s an area called “Organization” which gives you a chance to turn on “Photographs Capture Outside the Frame” and “Recordings Capture Outside the Frame.”