Apple® iPhone® 6 / 6 Plus - Common Camera Settings

Note For additional info on camera settings, refer to the Camera section of the iPhone user guide.

  1. From the Home screen, tap Camera Camera icon.
  2. Tap the Flash icon Flash icon in the top-left corner of the screen.
  3. Tap one of the following:
    1. Auto: Flash automatically turned on depending upon available light sources.
    2. On: Flash on
    3. Off: Flash off
  4. Tap HDR (located along the top) then tap one of the following:
    HDR stands for High Dynamic Range and blends the best parts of three separate exposures into a single photo.
    • Auto: Automatically turned on depending upon exposure sources.
    • On: High Dynamic Range On.
    • Off: High Dynamic Range Off.
  5. To switch to the front-facing camera, tap the front-facing camera icon Front-facing camera icon (lower-right).
  6. To switch to a different mode, swipe the modes menu above the 'take picture icon' Take picture icon to the left or right to choose any of the following:
    The 'take picture' icon may be look slightly different based on the mode chosen.
    • Time Lapse
      For assistance with taking a Time Lapse video, refer to Take a Time Lapse Video.
    • Video
    • Slo-Mo (slow motion)
    • Photo
    • Square (square pictures)
    • Pano (panoramic)
      For assistance with using Panorama, refer to Take a Panoramic Picture.
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