If you are an Apple user and have just got yourself the Apple iPhone 10 or Apple iPhone 8, you may want to know about accessing the HDR Camera or Auto HDR feature on your Apple iPhone 10 or iPhone 8. The camera app on the iPhone 10 or iPhone 8 doesn’t have the High dynamic range or HDR mode turned on from default and will require you to turn the feature on manually, so you can get the best feature possible on your Apple iPhone 10 or iPhone 8.
The HDR feature works by taking lots of pictures in quick succession of each other and then combining the photos to create the perfect picture on your Apple iPhone 10 or Apple iPhone 8. In this article, we will be giving you a step by step guide on how to turn the HDR feature on with your Apple iPhone 10 or Apple iPhone 8.
How to Enable HDR on iPhone 8 or iPhone
- Start by turning on your Apple iPhone 8 or Apple iPhone 10, by holding down the power button
- When you are on the home screen open up the camera app
- Then go to the HDR button
- From here you can turn the feature On/Off or to Auto mode
By doing the steps above you will be able to turn ON and Off the HDR feature with your Apple iPhone 10 or iPhone 8. It does take a bit of time to take an HDR picture but it is about the same time as a normal photo would take. The advantage is you get a better picture, in a higher quality when the HDR mode is turned to On with your Apple iPhone 10 or iPhone 8.