Hey what’s up guys, ” hope your day is going well”. As I told you earlier I love travelling with this I really love photography too. I believe photographs are amazing and If you are switching from android to iPhone then it exponentially increased the amount of photos. Because of ease and convenience of using the iPhone camera app to shoot and send pictures to friends and family. So today I am writing post on How to click, view and save burst photos on iPhone.
What is Burst Mode?
Burst Mode on iPhone is a sequence of photos taken at a rate of ten frames per second, by holding your finger on the iPhone’s shutter button. There’s no need to turn iPhone Burst Mode on like other iPhone camera settings. Burst Mode is always ready, allowing you to capture action shots at a moment’s notice. Taking an iPhone burst photo is a great way to guarantee you get the motion photograph you want. It takes a series of photos in rapid succession. It’s great for sports and action shots, and even group photos if you want to get everyone with their eyes open.
How to click, view and save burst photos on iPhone
How to Click Burst Photos
- Launch the Camera app from your iPhone or iPad’s Home screen.
- Frame the scene you want to take, just like normal.
- Hold down the Shutter button or Volume button to take a burst of pictures.
- You’ll notice a counter pop up as you hold down the shutter. This indicates how many images you’ve taken so far.
How to View at Burst Images
- Open the Photos app and locate the cluster of burst photos.
- Tap Select at the bottom of the screen.
- Here you can swipe through and view all the burst photos you just took.
- The grey dot underneath certain photos indicates those with the best composition and focus.
How to Save Burst Images
- In the Photos app, locate the cluster of burst photos you want to open.
- Tap on the burst mode stack you want to view.
- Click on Select… at the bottom.
- Tap the blue check mark on each photo you’d like to keep. When perusing the thumbnails, you’ll see a grey dot below the photos with the best focus and composition.
- Tap on Done in the upper right hand corner when you’ve checked the ones you’d like to keep.
- Tap Keep Everything if you want to keep all the photos in your burst (in case you want to change your mind later) or tap Keep Only [number] Favorites to trash the photos you didn’t pick and keep only the ones you did (if you’re sure).
- The selected photos are now ungrouped and in your photo stream.
Note – iOS will automatically choose the best photos from the burst. If you don’t like photos it chooses, you can choose your own.
This is all about the Burst Mode so go ahead and take great iPhone photography. Hope this post helped you take the types of pictures you’ve been aiming for. I don’t think you will face any problem regarding this post while understanding or implementing BUT if you are facing any problem regarding this post just feel free to comment in comment box.
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