The Photos app on iPhone has long gone beyond just viewing pictures, but it also offers basic editing functions. This makes it possible, if necessary, to quickly correct the picture. But in iOS 13, tools have improved even more, including for working with video.
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One of the best add-ons is the ability to turn off editing effects on photos and videos without ever giving up on them. This gives you the ability to compare on the fly how your shots look with or without the selected effect. How it works?
How to compare processed photo and original on iPhone or iPad in Photos app
Edit your photo using the tools in the Photos app. To compare the result with the original image, simply touch the photo. After touching, for a few seconds the photo will be displayed without applied effects, and the inscription will appear at the top ORIGINAL…
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How to turn off some processing settings on a photo with the option to return
Let’s say you are unhappy with the setting Shine for the selected photo or video, and prefer to disable this tool altogether. Then just click on the icon above the effect slider and this will disable the setting.
In fact, when the effect is disabled, the slider moves to the zero position by default, but the system remembers the previous position if the user suddenly wants to return to it. To make adjustments again, tap the faded icon and the slider will restore the saved location. This is a very useful technique for those who work with several settings at once and want to choose the best one. This opportunity will come in handy for those who are trying to combine effects.
After you leave the editor, whether you save the picture with the applied effects or leave it unchanged, iOS will forget all the settings that you turned off during the processing of the photo. Back in the editor, you will need to make these changes again to see them.