Apple releases four new ‘How to Shoot with iPhone 7’ videos

Apple has released four new videos in their “How to Shoot with iPhone 7” videos.

• How to shoot a sunset silhouette
• How to shoot a bold and simple image
• How to shoot a horizon
• How to shoot with street light

These new videos join thirteen previous videos bringing the current total to 17 “How to Shoot with iPhone 7” videos. The first videos in the series debuted on May 11, 2017.

• How to shoot with zoom
• How to convert to black & white
• How to shoot a one-handed selfie
• How to edit a selfie
• How to shoot stills while filming
• How to shoot a selfie with the timer
• How to capture a unique angle
• How to shoot during golden hour
• How to shoot a great portrait (for iPhone 7 Plus owners only)
• How to shoot a close-up
• How to shoot a vertical Pano
• How to shoot without a flash
• How to shoot action

Looking to become an expert user of Apple’s Camera app? Watch Apple’s “How to Shoot” playlist:


  1. These are excellent! I like the subjects. The photography is outstanding. The simple descriptions are perfect. Bravo to the people who put these together. Bravo to the iPhone 7 for having these great features, some of which I hadn’t discovered yet. i’m especially surprised at the quality of black and white conversion from color. Doing that well has been a trade secret in the past. (LAB minus A&B)

    – I’m concerned about capitulation to shooting in portrait mode incessantly.
    – In photography, we call it the ‘Magic Hour’, but ‘Golden Hour’ is fine. I wanted to add that there are TWO ‘Golden Hours’ a day. Get up before the sunrise and discover the other. It’s when colors pop and UV light noise is at its least. The shadows are mmm as well.
    – To have this quality of Burst Mode on a cell phone is incredible! So long bad-old-days.

    1. Derek, Derek, Derek… there you go concentrating on what THIS post is about and how GOOD you think these videos are. You lost a whole opportunity there, to whine about some completely different topic like Mr. Wrong did.

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