Apple this afternoon uploaded a new iPhone tutorial video that's aimed at encouraging users to experiment with color when editing an iPhone shot to get a more distinctive photo.

The 32 second video walks users through selecting a photo, selecting the "Edit" function in the Photos app, and then tweaking the color levels to get a new look.


For the last several months, Apple has been sharing iPhone photography tutorials on a regular basis as part of an ongoing series designed to provide users with tips and tricks on using Camera and Photos features.

Like many videos in the photography series, the video focusing on color experimentation is aimed at people who aren't particularly familiar with the feature set of the iPhone.

More advanced users may not find this video, or other similar videos, useful, but for those who are new to the iPhone or who have yet to delve into all of the editing tools and features available when capturing images, Apple's info is worth checking out.

Apple has a dedicated Photography How To website where it aggregates many of the past tutorial videos it's shared. Topics include shooting selfie Portraits, adjusting slo-mo timing, experimenting with framing, using Portrait Lighting effects, and more.

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Freida Avatar
78 months ago
This explains why there is no Aperture successor. Apple is stuck on these ridiculous basics that even a monkey can do.
Isn't it hilarious that they often pick a photo that is just ideal for a given example and they never use complex everyday photos.
I really don't like this new Apple. Miss the 2008 era when Mac Pro was affordable, Apple Cinema Displays existed and each event was actually exciting. Store being down actually meant something :)
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camperboy Avatar
78 months ago
Seriously? Apple what is wrong with you?
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jinnj Avatar
78 months ago
There's a lot of built-in help in macOS that iOS lacks.
Yeah it's easier to keep OS X tutorials as text based than videos because a lot of the UI changes from version to version. Apple support had entire video series on the iWork suite that was outdated as soon as the next version was released.
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