Hey what’s going on guys today I’m gonna
be teaching you guys about long exposure photography on your iPhone. So to get a
little bit more detail right before I get to the tutorial part of this video,
I’m pretty much going to be teaching you guys how you can take pretty good or
even great long exposures just on your iPhone. Now I know you may be thinking
how do you do that you can’t go any slower than a 1/4 shutter on your iPhone,
it’s just blocked you can’t go anywhere just software block. Well there is a way
to work around this and as pretty much to take multiple frames and kind of
blend them together, that’s been done a lot it’s not just the thing Apple does
but a bunch of app makers do it and a bunch of people just photographers in
general they prefer to do it like that so they don’t have to do a very long
exposure out in the middle of the day or something like that but that’s a
different topic as daytime long exposures they’ll be done in another
video. So this whole making a long exposure photo on your iPhone isn’t
really that hard to understand, so let’s actually jump in to the iPhone
right now let’s go alright hey you guys hey so let’s end this recording right
now and we’re gonna go on to our photos as you can see the my live photos is
already enabled it’s right over here that’s already enabled I’ll disable it
so you guys can see so its live off and now you see it says live alright so what
this is it’s really simple you just take a photo move in it just a little bit, and
now you have a live photo if you tap on it to get to the selection where you can
edit it or something it says live on the top left, so what you got to do here is
slide up there are three other options other than live there’s; bounce, loop, and
long exposures so we’re gonna go a last option. So we’re just gonna tap that and
it does what the magic is that I’m about to explain to you guys to what you need
to know for what this actually does to your photos there’s– the long
exposure by the way and also let me show you guys a little bit of a
different types of long exposures so they have a train and I have a car
outside of my where I work and earlier failed recording of this . After those
photos I’m gonna explain to you guys exactly how this works and I’ll show you
guys again right before the end of the video so stay tuned if you actually want
to know how this works. Alright so now I guess you saw those
photos you saw those long exposure photos, not just any regular photo. Let me
explain to you guys exactly what this long exposure thing does and what live
photos are just a little bit before you click off this video. What the live
feature does to get the long exposures is that what live photos actually do is
capture like a little kind of video and gives you a frame in the center to be
your photo, but it’s actually capturing a couple frames before and a couple of
frames after with audio just in case you just want to live photo but if you use
those couple clips before and couple clips after the your selected shot it
will actually blend all those photos together and make a long exposure.
As you guys will see in a little bit before the end of this video that’s
pretty much how it’s done and it’s really easy it’s really simple so I
really recommend if you guys want to step up your photography game on your
iPhone, the default camera app has the ability to make a long exposure
photography instead of getting an expensive app like I almost got but then
I remembered Apple made a Live Photos feature, which provides long exposure, bounce, and
loop as well as just normal live photos. Alright hope you guys enjoyed hope you
guys learned a little bit about long exposure photography on your iPhone and
I hope you guys can actually take this and learn a little bit about it and have
a better time taking great photos on your iPhone. Take advantage of that tiny
sensor that is a beast if I may add alright see you guys in a later video,
bye, bye guys


  1. What software did you use to record this? I am interested

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