Apple® iPhone® 8 / 8 Plus - Common Camera Settings
For additional info on camera settings, refer to the Camera section of the iPhone user guide.
From the Home screen, tap Camera .
Tap the Flash icon in the top-left corner of the screen.
Tap one of the following:
Flash automatically turned on depending upon available light sources.
Tap HDR (along the top).
HDR stands for High Dynamic Range and blends the best parts of three separate exposures into a single photo.
Automatically turned on depending upon exposure sources.
High Dynamic Range On
High Dynamic Range Off
Tap the Live Photos icon to turn on or off .
Tap the Timer icon (delayed photo capture) then choose one of the following:
To switch to the front-facing camera, tap the front-facing camera icon (lower-right).
Tap the Tones icon to change (e.g., Original, Vivid, Dramatic warm, etc.).
To switch to a different mode, swipe the modes menu above the '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.