Apple Support’s official YouTube channel just published two new mini-tutorial videos.
The first 25-second clip educates users on a common photography technique that invites them to use shapes behind their subject to create a natural frame for their photographs.
The other video details composing shots with the telephoto camera found on the back of the company’s iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X smartphone models. “The telephoto lens does more than zoom—it can simplify your composition,” the company writes.
Apple’s latest iPhone photography tutorial videos follow yesterday’s video that taught users how to experiment with the color sliders in the stock Photos app.
Do you like these mini photography tutorials from Apple?
I think the videos are kinda cute and their attractive format makes them instantly shareable.