Tag Archive: Exposure


How to Adjust Night Mode Camera Exposure Length on iPhone 11 Pro & iPhone 11

The Night Mode camera is a great feature of iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max, and as you may know already the feature turns itself on automatically when dim lighting is detected. But did you know you can manually adjust the time length of the exposure for Night Mode camera on … Read More

How to Enable and Disable COVID-19 Exposure Notifications on iPhone

Apple and Google have teamed up to aid governments and health authorities in the fight against the SARS-COV2 / COVID-19 pandemic by releasing the first version of their COVID-19 exposure notification API for both iOS and Android devices. For iPhone users, this arrives as a COVID-19 exposure logging feature in iOS 13.5 and later. Previously … Read More

How to Take Long Exposure Photos on iPhone & iPad with Live Photos

You’re probably aware of Live Photos by now, the interesting iPhone and iPad feature that transforms a regular image capture into a brief movie clip. But the latest versions of iOS support an assortment of exciting Live Photo effects, including an ability to easilyy create beautiful long exposure images. Long Exposure photography is typically left … Read More

Photographers thrilled with exposure from ‘Shot on iPhone 6′ ad campaign

Flavio Sarescia’s photography is on billboards around the world, walls of train stations and even the back cover of a magazine. Yet he makes his living selling dog food.   His moody photo of a resting surfer on a rocky…Read more ›

Apple launches a portal for businesses to get better exposure in Apple Maps

If you’ve got a business that Apple Maps just keeps on getting wrong, great news. Apple has just launched a new portal for U.S. businesses to add or edit their listings within Apple Maps. Called Apple Maps Connect, the new…Read more ›

How To Take Long Exposure Photographs On Your iPhone [Feature]

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The iPhone has quickly become the most popular camera in the world simply because it’s the camera that’s always on you. Even though the iPhone’s camera doesn’t have anywhere near the same features and tools as a DSLR, that doesn’t mean you can’t squeak out some extra performance out of your iPhone to get pictures that look like a pro shot them.

Long exposures are a basic staple of most DSLR photographers, but  [Read More…]