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Take Control of iOS 12 by Josh Centers

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Capture Camera Basics

Camera is one of the most popular iOS apps. Thanks to the ever-improving quality of iPhone and iPad cameras, many people have abandoned point-and-shoot cameras entirely, instead using their iOS devices to capture cherished moments.

Before you take a photo or video, let’s quickly review the icons on the main screen of the Camera app (Figure 55). Read more about most of these in Pick a Camera Mode, ahead.

Figure 55: Here’s a look at the Camera controls on an iPhone (the iPod touch is similar): (A) Filters, (B) Timer, (C) HDR, (D) Flash, (E) Viewfinder, (F) Camera Chooser, (G) Take Picture (shutter), and (H) Photo and Video Viewer. Camera on the iPad has similar controls, but a different layout.
Figure 55: Here’s a look at the Camera controls on an iPhone (the iPod touch is similar): (A) Filters, (B) Timer, (C) HDR, (D) Flash, (E) Viewfinder, (F) Camera Chooser, (G) Take Picture (shutter), and (H) Photo and Video ...

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