The brand new Smart HDR functionality of the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR with iOS 12 has proven to be a smash hit with unit owners so far. It has generally been one of the most accepted features for photo films and one that people will continue to. But if you want more control and will be able to turn it off, we'll show you exactly how.
This feature has been introduced to allow the iOS system to use HDR computing techniques every now and then, looking forward to capturing the best pictures by snapping a series of images automatically. This is of course enabled by default.
This makes the resulting image for better detail and better accuracy by making a single image from multiple versions taken. But not everyone will want to take a look at how to use HDR manually.
Deactivating Smart HDR
Step 1: Start Settings on iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max or iPhone XR and select the Camera option.
Step 2: Inside Camera you'll find an option for Smart HDR . Make sure the switch is turned on By position.
Step 3: It's as simple as that! Now, with Smart HDR functionality turned off, you will be able to use HDR as a manual call when taking pictures in the native Camera app.
Using HDR manually when taking pictures in the original camera, the app gives you access to three options via the yellow HDR button displayed on the camera application interface:
- On : HDR is active and will be active when a picture is taken
- By : HDR is completely disabled and the resulting image will be taken without HDR enhancements.
- Auto : The system determines whether HDR will be used or not. but will not enable the Smart HDR feature you turned off.  For many users, Smart HDR will always be useful when enabled. Some users simply want to quickly use the camera application to accept impromptu photos and do not want control over settings or how the image is taken. However, others who are a little more experienced and understanding the technology will have full control over all the settings that determine how photographs are taken and will therefore use HDR manually and under conditions they choose.
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