Tip A Day #14
In some circumstances getting a clear shot with your iPhone is a little more challenging than with a regular camera. I recently learned (ok, months ago) a bit of insight that can help get clear pictures with the iPhone.
What I didn’t realize, and some of you may not, is that your iPhone snaps the picture when you take your finger off the virtual button, not when you tap it down.
Undoubtedly that’s by design because when you first press your finger to the screen you’re likely to shake the camera ever so slightly, but that’s all it takes to ruin any picture.
BTW, this also worked with all Android devices we tested.
iPhone now also allows you to snap a pic by pressing down the volume button on the side of the phone when you are in camera mode. However, in that circumstance, it does snap the picture when you press it down.
BTW, this little iPhone insight courtesy of Scott Kublin.
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