Other iPhone Camera Settings
Here are other iPhone Camera settings and our recommendations:
Apple ProRAW - This file format is only available on iPhone 12 Pro models or later with iOS 14.3 or later. This provides you additional control when you make edit your exposure, color, and white balance. This file format will be around 10 times bigger than an HEIC file. We don't recommend this for day-to-day shooting and only if you plan on editing your photos. Here's the link to learn more about this feature: Apple ProRAW
Lens Correction - This feature automatically enhances your photos taken with the front-facing camera or with the Ultra Wide (0.5x) lens, to make them appear more natural. Keep this on.
Scene Detection - The camera intelligently detects what you're taking a photo of and applies a tailored look to bring out the best qualities in the scene. Keep this on.
Photographic Styles - This iPhone 13 feature allows you to choose style options like Rich Contrast or Vibrant, then adjust other settings such as tone and warmth. After you apply a Photographic Style, the Camera app automatically takes photos with those settings. Learn more about this feature here: Photographic Styles
Live Text - This iOS 15 feature allows you to to copy and share text within photos, translate languages, make a call, and more. Learn more about this feature here: Live Text
Macro Control - Keep this off to allow your iPhone to automatically switch to the Ultra Wide camera to capture macro photos and videos. If you have Macro Control on, your Camera app displays a macro button instead that you can switch on or off.