iPhone 13: iPhone Features You Can Use to Click Good Photos on Holi

the iPhone is known for having a versatile and rather easy to use camera. Apple uses computational photography extremely well to provide iPhone users with a wealth of functionality. Since holi fast approaching, here are some iPhone features you can use to click good photos:
Cinematic mode in iPhone 13 series
If you have an iPhone 13, Cinematic Mode is a great feature for shooting videos. With Cinematic Mode, you have the option to change focus or adjust the level of bokeh even after capturing. You can shoot with the Wide, Telephoto or TrueDepth camera in Cinematic mode.
Use the macro mode to get true color close-ups
The iPhone 13’s ultra-wide camera macro lens can focus to just 2 centimeters. Details are captured wonderfully and you can experiment if you want to capture gulaal or any other color up close. Apple gives you the ability to shoot macro videos, including slow motion and fast motion.
deep fusion to get the “best” picture
If you’re shooting in low light, Apple’s Deep Fusion technology comes in handy. It uses the Neural Engine to perform pixel-by-pixel analysis of various exposures and merges the best parts into your final image. It’s an auto-enable feature and you can’t really enable it as such.
Smart HDR: ideal for photographing a group of people
On Holi you might want to click on a photo of a group and that’s where Smart HDR comes in. It can make adjustments for multiple people in a scene. This all happens automatically behind the scenes and can fine-tune each person’s contrast, lighting, and skin tones.

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