iPhone 11 series’ camera is so far the most impressive thing produced by Apple ever. And the camera results are amazing given the night mode as an addition to the pioneer of smartphones. When you capture a photo on your iPhone 11 Pro Max or iPhone 11, make sure you’re in the best position and yes, don’t forget to try these camera tricks to get a perfect shot. Few photos need a picture perfect frame, a square frame at times and you can easily get it on your iPhone 11 Pro with a tweak.
I will guide you on how to take square photos on your iPhone 11 Pro Max, 11 Pro or iPhone 11 in this post so that you too get a perfect result when you capture something.
Capture Square Photos in iPhone 11 Pro Max
It’s just a simple tweak which makes it possible to take square photos on your brand new iPhone. Here’s how you can do it!
Step #1. Launch the Camera app on your iPhone 11 Series.
Step #2. Tap on the ^ icon on the upper side of the screen in the center and tap on 4:3 which is set by default.
Step #3. You can now see Square option in the tray, tap on Square option. You can also select the 1:1 option if needed.
Step #4. Now capture the photos to get a square shaped photo on your latest iPhone.
Just in case, if you want to get a complete photo that covers the full screen on your iPhone, simply select 16:9 option after you tap on 4:3 option in step #2. That will give you a full photo with the screen covered to the fullest!
It’s quite simple to capture square photos through your iPhone 11 Pro Max camera, isn’t it? So did you try this feature on your latest iPhone yet? If yes, do share your shots on iPhone in the comment section right below!
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