Here’s how you can beat DSLR cameras

March 18, 2022 marks the Holi festival in India. With the launch of the iPhone13, mobile photography has taken a rather professional turn and a level of expertise that has convinced bloggers and avid photographers to ditch their DSLRs for the latest version from Apple Inc.

Apple’s iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini have two improved cameras, with 12-megapixel wide and ultra-wide lenses. The iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max have three new rear cameras, with 12-megapixel wide, ultra-wide, and telephoto lenses. All of Apple’s 2021 series iPhones can also take Night Mode photos for the first time.

This Holi, you could grab an iPhone 13 and create some colorful memories with these tips.

Use your primary wide-angle camera for fast-moving objects

With sensor lag stabilization on the iPhone 13 main camera, one can get the sharpest and clearest photos, especially of people playing with colors. Fast shutter speed delivers sharper details and natural colors. This can also be achieved on iPhone 12.

Use portrait mode for Holi photos

On iPhone 13 and iPhone 12, use portrait mode for greater depth of field effects in images and enhance subject matter. You can get great Instagram-worthy photos without compromising on color or sharpness. Notably, you can take the photo in any of the Portrait mode settings and edit it later in the Photos app.

The ultra-wide camera can be used for original close-ups

If you’re looking for a closer perspective of events while maintaining a wide angle, switch to the ultra-wide camera and let the magic happen. Whether it’s the ‘Bhaang contest’ or those Bachchan moves to Rank Barséyou won’t miss any detail or color consistency.

Use cinematic mode to be the star of Instagram and Snapchat

The iPhone 13’s cinematic mode can help you get a great movie like today’s perspective. This mode allows you to change the focus on different characters even after shooting the video. Remember that the blur effect can make your content stand out.

Use Macro mode for Jalebis and Gulaal

With macro mode, you can work your way to excellent food and object photography

Keep Live Mode On

More often than not, people miss the exact photographic moment and so it is recommended to keep live mode enabled. This way you will always have a few before and after shots to give you the perfect shot you desire.

Use the zoom camera on your Pro-iPhones

On iPhone 13 Pro, the additional 3X optical zoom camera comes in handy for getting innovative perspectives on people and food. Hold your phone steady and voila! you get amazing pictures

ProRes photos give you more editing control

On iPhone 13 Pro, ProRes photos give you more freedom to play with color, contrast, exposure, and various other settings.

What are you waiting for? Grab your iPhone 13 and unleash that photographer in you!

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