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Adjusting photo framing on iPhone 11 and 11 Pro

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Adjusting photo framing on iPhone 11 and 11 Pro
Adjusting photo framing on iPhone 11 and 11 Pro

The camera on the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro is one of the main new features of this year’s new Apple devices. The apple company has introduced significant improvements this year that are not limited to just adding new sensors , we also have more features when taking a picture.

Probably the most popular mode and the one that is getting more headlines is undoubtedly the Night Mode , of which we have already told you all its features. However, there is another option, somewhat hidden in the settings, which allows us to readjust the frame of a photo once it has been taken .

This option must be activated in the settings to be available and will allow us to edit a photo after it has been taken. If you have accidentally cut off a part of the photo , nothing happens, when you edit it you will be able to enlarge the area that appears cut off since the wide-angle camera will save this information for a few days.

Therefore, in order to enjoy this option we must activate it in settings since by default it appears disabled for photos. To do this:

  • We’re heading up to Settings on the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro.
  • We go down to the Camera section.
  • In Composition we click on the Capture button outside the photo frame.

As we can see, this is an option that is activated by default in the videos, however in the photos it appears disabled. It is believed that this is because this function is not compatible with the Deep Fusion technology that will come with iOS 13.2, so if you want to make use of Deep Fusion you must have this option disabled.

Now to be able to use this new function we just have to go to the Photos application and look for an image taken after having it active. You will easily recognize the images that you can reframe as they have a new icon in the upper right .

Now if we click on Edit the excellent new Apple photo editor will open and in the crop section we can move the photo slightly and see how more information appears “outside” the original frames of the photo.

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