Apple iOS 15 tips: How to remove portrait mode effects on iPhone 13

In the previous article, we told you how you can add portrait lighting effects to your portrait image. Now we are taking a step forward and going to tell you how you can remove a portrait effect from a photo.

Apple iPhone 13 comes loaded with new, innovative, and fun-to-use camera features. And The Portrait mode is one of the best features that it offers. The Portrait mode is a shooting mode available on your iPhone’s camera app. That allows you to apply a depth-of-field effect to help you keep your subject (people, pets, objects, and more) sharp while creating a beautifully blurred background. And it also allows you to apply and adjust different lighting effects to your Portrait mode photos.

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In the Portrait mode, you can use the Portrait Lighting feature to apply studio-quality lighting effects to your Portrait images. It allows you to choose from options such as Studio Light to brighten facial features, Contour Light for more dramatic directional lighting, Stage Light to isolate your subject in the spotlight, Stage Mono for stage light in a classic black and white, or High-Key Light Mono for a greyscale subject on a white background. You can also take a Portrait mode photo with a real-time preview of the lighting effect on your screen.

The Portrait mode also allows you to remove a portrait effect from a Photo if you do not want to keep the effect.

How to remove portrait effect:

Step 1: On your device, open the Gallery app.

Step 2: In the Gallery, select the portrait photo you want to change and tap Edit.

Step 3: After that tap Portrait at the top of your screen.

Step 4: Then tap Done.

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