How to improve the QUALITY of photos taken with iPhone

How to improve the QUALITY of photos taken with iPhone

We are going to talk about a small adjustment that you have to make in your iPhone, as long as they are compatible with that function, to improve photo quality what you do with the camera of your device.

How to improve the QUALITY of photos taken with iPhone

How to improve the quality of photos on iPhone

We all know that iOS 14 has brought many news in terms of Privacy, to customization of our home screens, etc …, but it has also brought new settings that allow us to get the most out of our iPhone.

This is the case of the adjustment we are talking about today. Thanks to him, we will be able to improve the quality of each shot we take with our camera. Of course, we have to warn that not all iPhone they have it available. Try to see if yours has the ability to configure it. Us from our iPhone 11 PRO yes we can.

How to improve the quality of photos taken with iPhone:

For this we must follow the following route Settings / Camera / and there we find the option “Prioritize speed over quality when taking photos”:

New adjustment in the Camera configuration in iOS 14How to improve the QUALITY of photos taken with iPhone

New adjustment in Camera settings in iOS 14

As stated in the lower part of the setting, this option allows you to automatically adapt the image quality when you press the shutter quickly several times.

This means that when taking photos very often, without becoming burst mode, if we deactivate the option, the captures will be slower but with a higher image quality than if we have it activated. If we activate the function, we will take the photos faster, the capture rate will be much faster, but they will lose quality.

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We have done the test by constantly taking photos while moving the iPhone and this are the results:

Differences with settings disabled and enabledDifferences with settings off and on

Differences with settings off and on

In the photo on the left we had the settings “Prioritize speed over quality when taking photos”, deactivated and in the right one it was activated. As you can see the difference is a lot. Of course, the photo cadence in the photo on the right was much higher than in the one on the left. We did many more in the same time frame.

An adjustment to take into account depending on whether you want more speed when taking a photograph or more quality.

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