It’s pretty sure that you will not buy a new phone just for clicking fireworks. It’s worth letting you know that iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone X have two-lens camera setups (standard and telephoto) that outclass their antecedents.
There is no second thought about the quality, clarity as well as low-light performance. While all iPhone photo capabilities are enhanced by upgrading to iOS 12.4, older models cannot challenge the newer lenses.
When you decided to click the pictures, you have to choose the right location if you prefer a dramatic background. It is sad to know that the iPhone has no dedicated night mode to its camera settings, but the camera app will automatically adapt to lower-light settings.
Nor do Apple phones have a 'Manual' mode – but if you happen to be using a phone that does, like the Huawei P30 Pro, you can tinker with the settings as you would with a traditional camera (aperture, shutter speed, ISO, and even light shift).
After you click all the pictures, if the pictures didn’t turn out great then it is time to edit! Don’t worry; there is software for that. Use a basic editor in the Photos app for basic color, brightness, and filter.
If you prefer advanced editing, then go with some of the best iPhone apps. These range from totally free options like Adobe Photoshop Express or Snapseed to free-to-start options like perennial favorite VSCO and Adobe Lightroom CC.
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