Apple is well known for its advanced camera technologies in its iPhone models and the iPhone 13 is not an exception. Apple’s iPhone 13 comes loaded with the latest camera features and modes that help you to take the perfect picture. One such feature is the Night Mode that comes in the iPhone 13 camera app. In this article, we will tell you how you can use the Night Mode on your Apple iPhone 13 series.
iPhone 13 series has improved its camera quality so that you can take the best pictures from your iPhone. This time the iPhone 13 pro and the iPhone 13 pro max are designed for low light. The Wide camera adds a wider aperture that helps the camera to capture 2.2x more light, which leverages the LiDAR Scanner for Night mode portraits. And its Ultra-Wide gets a wider aperture, a faster sensor, and all-new autofocus that makes the captured photo 92% brighter. And Telephoto also has a Night mode.
What is Night Mode? Night Mode is a feature that helps you to capture good photos in a dark place or environment. It helps you to capture more detail and brightens your shots in low-light situations. The length of the exposure in Night mode is determined automatically, but you can experiment with the manual controls.
Before moving to the tip let us tell you about how Night mode works. Night mode automatically turns on when the camera detects a low-light environment. The Night mode icon at the top of the display turns yellow when the feature is active. Then depending on how dark the scene is, your iPhone gives you an estimate of the time that it will take to capture the photo, Then it might take a Night mode photo quickly, or it might take several seconds.
How to use Night Mode:
- On your iPhone, open the camera app and choose Photo mode. In low-light situations, Night mode turns on automatically: the Night mode button at the top of the screen turns yellow and a number appears next to the Night mode button to indicate how many seconds the camera will take to shoot.
- To experiment with Night mode, tap the Night mode button, then use the slider below the frame to choose between the Auto and Max timers. With Auto, the time is determined automatically, and with Max, it uses the longest time. The setting you choose is saved for your next Night mode shot.
- Tap the Shutter button, then hold the camera still to take your shot.
- Crosshairs appear in the frame if your iPhone detects movement during capture—align the crosshairs to help you reduce motion and improve the shot.
- To stop taking a Night mode shot mid-capture, tap the Stop button below the slider.