Underexpose Your Photos
The iPhone's native camera app does have some drawbacks when it comes to snapping the perfect photo. Chris Ozer — who has more than 570,000 followers on his Chrisozer handle —explains how he adjusts colors and light.
"I intentionally underexposed this shot — as I do with a lot of my shots — because if you don't, the iPhone will blow out portions of the photo, especially the sky, resulting in a loss of definition in elements like the clouds. To underexpose, you just tap and hold on a bright area of the frame, which locks the focus and exposure. You're then free to compose the shot however you want without having to worry about the iPhone shifting to an undesired exposure once you've lined it up."