If you look closely at something completely new, then there will probably be a lot of things that we have long been well aware of. Panoramic shooting mode in iPhone is not a novelty per se, but people have learned how to use it to create unusual and amazing photos, or just funny ones. For example, this mode allows you to lengthen any item, without any third-party editors and utilities.
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Users began to actively experiment with this feature. The start of the race of amazing long objects was given by the designer Pablo Rochat. On his Twitter, he showed how fun it is to use the iPhone’s panoramic camera. An ordinary hot dog got a truly record size, and then hit someone in the mouth.
– Pablo Rochat (@PabloRochat) July 3, 2020
Many people liked the funny effect, the short video received thousands of retweets. Other Internet users have a different look at the possibilities of panoramic shooting. And at the very Pavlo Rochat appeared a lot of followers and imitators. People began to lengthen not only food products (bananas, sausages, butter), but even their own body parts, gadgets and animals.
And creating such a masterpiece is not so difficult – to do this, open the Camera application and switch to Panorama mode in it.
To take a photo, the smartphone’s camera must be moved in a horizontal line, while the device will take dozens of photos and automatically glue them into one panoramic. The shot will be very wide.
To change the direction of panoramic shooting, tap the arrow indicating the direction.
And yet, you can shoot steep vertical panoramas. To do this, just take a panoramic picture by first turning the iPhone 90 degrees.
The quality of the result depends on how smoothly you hold your iPhone. It is also important that nothing moves in the frame. And the appearance of elongated objects in funny pictures is precisely due to the fact that users moved them in parallel with a removing smartphone.
As you can see, this technique provides many opportunities for both creativity and playful experiments. Try it and you will surprise the whole world!