As we know that the Panorama mode takes a wider image as compare to the normal images. The Panorama feature first ever launched on iPhone with iOS 4 update. Technically speaking Panorama means horizontally wider photo. A panoramic view is also proposed for multi-media, cross-scale applications to outline view from a distance along and across repositories. Now at present you can take panoramic images of 360 °.
The Panoramic effect offered a new and fresh look to an image, which you have taken from your iPhone or iPad. And if you don’t know how to take panorama images from your Apple device, then this article of mine will definitely help you. And you will take panoramic images very easily from your iPhone or iPad.
Steps – How to Take Panorama Images on an iPhone and iPad
- First of all you have to Launch the Camera app on your iPhone or iPad
Note : The iPhone 4s and newer support panorama mode.
- Now you have to Swipe to the left to change modes. You will need to do this two times to switch from normal camera mode to panorama mode.
- The iPhone defaults to portrait mode from panoramas, so make sure that you are holding your iPhone that way and not in landscape mode.
- By default, panoramas always start on the left and want you to pan to the right. You can change this by tapping the arrow to change directions.
- After that you have to tap the capture button and starts taking a panoramic photo.
- Now Keep your feet firmly planted and make sure that the arrow will stays on the line according to your need from left to right — or right to left direction according to your choice
- After completing your panorama, simply tap the capture button again.
Except that there are lots of apps are available in the Apple App Store which can help you to take the panorama images with some added effects such as Photosynth, camera 360, Panorama, AutoStitch and many more.
And if want to learn how to take vertical panoramic images from iPhone/iPad, then you have to follow these instructions-
- Launch the Camera app on your iPhone — note that the iPhone 4s and newer support panorama mode.
- Swipe to the left to change modes. You’ll need to do this two times to switch from normal camera mode to panorama mode.
- Once you’re in panorama mode, hold your iPhone in landscape mode instead.
- Tap the capture button to start taking a panorama.
- This time instead of panning left to right, pan up and down instead.
- Hit the capture button again when you’re done