One of my most frequently used camera feature in iPhones is the burst mode. If you are living under a rock and don’t know what burst mode is then let me tell you that burst mode is capturing multiple pictures at the same time by pressing and holding your shutter. But if you have acquired the latest iPhone 11 series, then you would have noticed that our dear old friend, the burst mode is replaced by QuickTake when you press and hold the shutter. But I have got you covered, follow along for How to Take Burst Photos on iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max.
The camera is hands down the most significant selling point for the 2019 iPhones, and the coveted triple camera setup has finally made its debut with the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max. While the latest iPhones have come with an array of new features like the Slo-Fies or the Ultra Wide Camera Angle. But there have been some ma tweaks in the already existing ones like this burst photos features. At iGeeks, we work towards enhancing your iPhone experience, so read on for a quick how-to.
How to Capture Burst Photos on iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max
Step #1. Launch the Camera app on your iPhone 11 Pro Max
Step #2. Now, press on the shutter and immediately drag it to the left side of the shutter
Step #3. Hold on to it until you get your desired amount of pictures and let go once you are done.
Enjoy your burst captures now.
That’s it, mates…
Burst Photos are great to capture Stop Motions. But they can also have super funny backstories as well. I remember my nephew catching me poking my nose with a series of burst photos.
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What is your funny burst photo back story? Share it with us in the comments below.