Tip of the Day: iPhone AF/AE Lock

Simple Keyboard Layout Change

Want your iPhone’s camera to stop trying to adjust focus and exposure all the time?

With the camera app open, tap to select a focus point and keep your finger on the screen. When the blue focus box enlarges and blinks twice, let go.

This enables AF/AE lock which means the focus and aperture will remain the same no matter where you point the camera (you will notice by a legend in the bottom of the screen). This feature is especially helpful when you want to take a more professional approach when taking pictures. You can make a photo underexposed or overexposed on purpose for an artistic effect.

To turn it off, simply tap anywhere else once to focus normally.

About Armando J. Pérez-Carreño

Armando is a Business Process Optimizer with more than eight years experience in technology coaching and consulting. With continued clients from around the world, he helps people reduce the amount of time and effort spent on daily activities; essentially, reclaiming their own time.
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