Want to take bokeh images or shoot depth of field video using the Instagram camera? Now you can with Instagram’s new focus mode that leaves the person in the foreground sharp and clear while the background gets blurred.
Although Instagram does not permit users to upload their beautiful panoramic shots to the service, iPhone photographers needn’t worry. Thanks to a simple trick and an app called Panols, anyone can create seamless, swipeable ultra-wide posts on Instagram.
There’s more to the stock Photos app than meets the eye, argues Apple in the latest mini-tutorial video. That’s especially true if you’re willing to interact with the various color level sliders that can really help you make a more distinctive photo.
Did you ever wonder what went into creating an iPhone that takes studio-quality portraits without the studio? In this curious video, Apple explains how the Portrait Lighting effects on your iPhone X were created.
We’ve gone hands-on with Zhiyun Crane V2, a three-axis gimbal that can handle anything up to a 3.9 pound DSLR. With this shockingly affordable accessory, anyone can shoot ultra-smooth professionally-looking stabilized footage on their DSLR.