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How to Turn Off HDR on iPhone 14 Pro
High Dynamic Range or HDR is an imaging technique used in photography and videography that allows for better color accuracy and contrast. This feature can be a great addition to your iPhone 14 Pro’s camera, but it may not always be wanted. Here’s how to turn it off:
Step 1: Open Your Camera App
First, locate your camera app and open it.
Step 2: Access Your Camera Settings
After opening the camera app, look for the “Settings” button and tap on it. This will bring up a list of cameras settings you can change.
Step 3: Turn Off HDR
Among the list of settings, you’ll find the “HDR” option. This feature is usually turned on by default. Turn off the HDR setting simply by sliding the switch to the left.
Step 4: Exit the Settings
When you’re finished, simply tap back on the screen or swipe up to exit the camera settings menu. You’re ready to take your photos or videos without the HDR feature.
With this simple guide above, you can now easily turn off the HDR feature on your iPhone 14 Pro. If later you change your mind and want to turn it back again, simply follow these same steps and slide the switch to the right to turn on the feature again. It’s that easy! Enjoy taking stunning photos and videos with or without the HDR feature using your iPhone 14 Pro.