Hi, my name is Olly Lang. I want to show you a better way to take photos with your iPhone. The app I use isn't free, but it was worth buying as it has completely changed my mobile photography.
First you must access the app store and download ProCamera. (disclaimer: I have not been paid by ProCamera, or any of the associates, I just love good photography).
Before we start, here's some of my photos which I've taken with my iPhone. I took these images using the techniques and settings that I'm going to show you.
I use ProCamera to take photos with my iPhone because it has a unique combination of settings. I often use other apps, but this one has the best combo. Let's get started now.
You can now lock exposure the same way that you did for focus.
Move the CIRCLE icon to lock the exposure on a bright light (to underexpose) and then repeat the locking procedure in a dark area (to overexpose). Remember, ProCamera locks when the icon is released.
To capture a dynamic image in mixed lighting, you can now expose for "highlights". To do this you lock your exposure so that you exposure is set on the brightest part of an image. Some examples: