Apple teaches you how to take the perfect photos using your iPhone

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Apple's latest iPhone 7 features a dual-lens camera which offers an optical zoom and has the ability to shoot images with depth of field a.k.a. bokeh or that blurry effect in the background that is usually achieved using DSLRs and certain lenses.

The company has tried to help their customers to get more from their camera by launching a new website called "How to shoot on iPhone 7" with sixteen tips and tricks on encouraging iPhone users to take better photos. Don't know how to enable the depth of field feature or how to work with HDR? Apple teaches you how.

How to shoot a great portrait

Launch your camera and slide to switch to Portrait mode > Look for the "depth effect" cue to appear, usually when the subject is placed within 8 feet of your camera > shoot your photo.

How to shoot a vertical Pano

Begin with camera in landscape > Switch to Pano mode > Tap the shutter to start the Pano > Start from the bottom and pan slow and steady

How to shoot with street light

Turn off the flash > Lock focus by pressing and holding anywhere on the display > Tap the display and slide to find the right exposure > shoot your photo

How to shoot an action shot

Hold shutter button to use Burst mode to continuously capture 10 photos per second > Access your Photos album > Select your favorite shot from the Burst mode photo collection

How to shoot during golden hour

Arrive before sunset > Use the sun to front-light your subject > Tap the display to focus and slide to lower exposure > shoot your photo

How to shoot a bold and simple image

Find colors that create contrast > Simplify your shot >  Look for symmetry > Experiment with exposure > shoot your photo

How to shoot a backlit subject

Turn on HDR for better highlights and shadows > Lock focus by pressing and holding anywhere on the display > Tap the display and slide to lower exposure > shoot your photo

How to shoot a sunset silhouette

Place the subject in front of the sun > Lock focus by pressing and holding anywhere on the display > Tap the display and slide to lower exposure > shoot your photo.

You can find the other tricks of the trade on their website or watch the videos below:

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