Hello iOS-ers. Been on iOS since Christmas and received my 6s+ today. Yah! This is my first non android, non, Palm/webos smartphone. I have question I can't seem to find on the forums. I am on my device at this time.
I noticed that when I take a picture it does not take the full screen. I figured it was to allow space for the options and other stuff Apple has on screen. So I went to my computer and looked at my pics via Amazon Photos. And I was surprised to see that the picture still did not take the whole screen. Also, via my smart TV they are narrower than my Note 4. I guess the ratio is different than on Android? Is there a way to change the ratio in camera settings.
Thank you in advanced for your help.
- 12-30-2015, 07:47 AM #2
Hi! As far as I know, the stock camera only has 2 aspect ratio Settings. The one that says Photo and the square. There are 3rd party camera apps that offer more size options. My favorite is ProCamera + HDR.
ProCamera + HDR, Photo Editing, Custom Filters, Effects and Video by Cocologics
Here's the difference:
ProCamera - tap This is full screen
- 12-30-2015, 10:35 PM #4
Me too. I just did a test with my Note 4 to try and mimic the iPhone ratio. On the Note 4 I can change it from a 16:9 ratio (full screen) to 4:3 ratio (not full screen) and it looks just like my iPhone. No biggie. Just a little difference I have to get used to.
- 01-03-2016, 11:50 AM #6
- 01-03-2016, 12:08 PM #7
Here's the thing about the iPhone photo size. It includes everything the 9x16 aspect ratio includes, and then some on the sides. Full screen shots are just zoomed up more. Take a look at these 2 shots. The fat one is the iPhone stock camera app. The other is a full screen shot with ProCamera.
Both have good resolution. And the stock camera shot includes more of the subject than the full screen shot.
Last edited by Ledsteplin; 01-03-2016 at 12:34 PM.
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