The Long Exposure Photo Trick with iPhone

The iPhone camera appears simple. Just tap and shoot. But it has a few tricks up its sleeve.

One of my favorites is Long Exposure. This function is different than Night Mode, which automatically turns on when the ambient lighting is low. Long Exposure is an option available through another interesting iPhone feature called Live Photos. And it can be used for creating the effect of soft…

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