Apple this afternoon updated its YouTube channel with three new tutorials designed to walk people through using various photography features on the iPhone.

The videos cover shooting an overhead photo on iPhone using the level feature, shooting in black and white, and adjusting slo-mo timing on iPhone to change the slow motion effect of a previously captured slo-mo video.




Each video is approximately 30 seconds in length and shows step-by-step instructions on using each feature, with the actual recording done on an iPhone's display to effectively demonstrate each action.

Apple regularly shares iPhone photography tutorials in this ongoing tutorial video series to provide users with tips and tricks on using various Photos and Camera features. Like many of Apple's tutorial videos, these new tutorials are aimed at people who aren't particularly familiar with the feature set of the iPhone.

Apple does, however, sometimes highlight features that even some seasoned users might not be aware of or remember, so these videos are often worth the 30 seconds it takes to watch them.

Top Rated Comments

rgeneral Avatar
80 months ago
Tutorials or ads?
Both
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Apple_Robert Avatar
80 months ago
Good videos. I think Apple should have done more when the phone was released, not to mention a week or two before.
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boxrick Avatar
80 months ago
In terms of shooting from overhead why not make it easier for the end user to access the grid from the Camera app itself rather than going into Settings?
This has always been my pet hate with iPhone it's crazy that I need to go out of the app into a random settings page to adjust this and resolution...
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autrefois Avatar
80 months ago
It's nice that Apple is sharing things like this. But could someone please do a "How to do Quality Assurance?" video for Apple? Might help with their QA problems recently.
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MICHAELSD Avatar
80 months ago
Tutorials or ads?
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