How to Use Focus Control in a Camera of iPhone and iPad Running on iOS8

How to Use Focus Control in a Camera of iPhone and iPad Running on iOS8

In this tutorial, you will learn how to use focus control in a camera of iPhone running on iOS 8.

iOS 8 comes with a new feature that makes your iPhone photos or videos even more cool – Focus Control. How does it work?

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Step 1. Go to “Camera” app and choose “Photo” or “Video” option at the bottom. We’ll go with “Video” mode.

You’ll see the yellow auto-focus square appearing in the middle of your screen. Keep it pressed if you want to “lock” the focus or exposure.

Step 2. While we have the focus in the right place, our image seems a little dark. Tap shortly on your screen to invoke Exposure Control – a smaller square with a little sun near it. Drag this sun pictogram with your finger up the slider if you want to have brighter image or drag it down the slider if there is too much light.

Step 3. Now, when our shot is prepared, it’s time to snap that photo. The exposure and focus control work exactly in the same way in “Video” mode.

Result: The photo is successfully done.

You’re welcome to learn more about new iOS8 photo options in our “How to set timer of the camera of iPhone running on iOS 8” and “How to record a time-lapse video on iPhone running on iOS 8” tutorials.

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