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How to take pictures with telephoto lens on iPhone 11 Pro Max

While iPhone 11 is a feature-rich phone but it still lags one camera and that is the major reason why people have preferred going for iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, and why should the not? I mean telephoto lens on the robust iPhone 11 Pros are bomb and I can’t wait to click some beautiful pictures using this lens. Follow along and see how to shoot with Telephoto lens on iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max.

Many of us iPhone lovers had been anticipating a triple camera setup on the latest iPhones but we didn’t expect Apple to introduce features like Slofie and QuickTake. In just a couple of taps, you could switch between Ultra-Wide, Wide, and Telephoto lens and go on a capturing sphere and create beautiful memories on your camera roll.

Shoot with telephoto lens on iPhone

Step #1. Launch the Camera App on your iPhone 11 Pro

Step #2. You will see a row of numbers just above the Shutter Button, tap on 2x to choose a Telephoto lens.

Choose 2x to shoot with shoot with telephoto lens on iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max

(The numbers 1x and .5 are to choose Normal Wide Lens and the new Ultra-Wide Lens, respectively)

Step #2. If you wish to customize the focal length for each lens you could do so by swiping up from any of the numbers to open the radial zoom wheel. The wheel would disappear once you have chosen your desired focal length.

Switch between Ultra-Wide, Wide, and Telephoto lens on iPhone 11 Pro Using Radial zoom wheel

And that’s it… You are all set to capture some great telephoto pictures.

Signing Off…

Your life should be Big, not Long, so make the most of it by capturing all the important moments of your life. Let me know in the comments below, which of the camera features in the all-new iPhone 11 series has intrigued you to buy one of these devices.

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