Secret Ways to Use iPhone Camera Applications to Take Extraordinary Photos

1. Quickly Open The iPhone Camera App

Do you often miss great shots because you can’t open the iPhone camera in time?

Fortunately, there are several quick ways to open the iPhone’s built-in Camera app.

If your iPhone is locked, tap the screen to wake up your phone (or press the Home button on older iPhones). Then swipe left.

iPhone Camera

The Camera app will slide onto the screen and you can start shooting immediately.

There are other ways to open the Camera app too. This video from my iPhone Photo Academy online course shows you three ways to open the camera.

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If you’re already using your iPhone when you want to take a photo, use one of the following techniques to open the camera.

If the Home screen is visible, tap the Camera app icon.

It’s a good idea to add the Camera icon to the dock at the bottom of the screen. This makes it easier to find, so you’ll be able to open it more quickly.

To add the Camera icon to the dock, tap and hold the icon until it starts to jiggle. Drag the icon to the dock at the bottom of the screen. Then tap Done at the top right.

Note that you can only have four icons in the dock. So if the dock is already full, you’ll need to drag one of the other icons out of the dock first.

What if you’re using a different app and want to quickly open the camera? There’s no need to close the app you’re using.

Instead, swipe down from the top right of the screen (on older iPhones swipe up from the bottom edge). This opens the Control Center where you can tap the Camera icon.

If you want to take great pictures with your iPhone, you have to be ready to shoot quickly.

With these iPhone camera tricks, you can start shooting in a second or two. So you’ll never miss a great photo opportunity again!

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