“Portrait Mode” is the very good feature of iPhone 7 Plus. Making the best use of the dual camera, it simulates a depth of field effect to separate the background from the foreground. And as a result, you have a beautiful photo with the bokeh almost like a DSLR camera. By default, it saves two photos – the Portrait version and the one without the depth of field. What if you want to stop Portrait Mode from saving two photos automatically on your iPhone 7 Plus?
Portrait mode adds awesome new depth effect to the iPhone 7 Plus Camera app. Have a look at our brief hands-on experience.
Friends we can easily turn off the Portrait Mode from taking two photos at one go and make it to save only the image with the bokeh effect. It would help you in stopping the unnecessary images from messing up your photos library and taking a lot of valuable storage on your iPhone.
How to Off Portrait Mode from Taking Two Photos on iPhone 7 Plus
Step #1. First off, you need to launch Settings app on your iPhone 7 Plus. Next, scroll down and tap on Photos & Camera.
Step #2. Now, turn off the switch next to Keep Normal Photo under Portrait Mode section enjoy.
That's it! From now onwards, Portrait Mode won't save two photos on your iPhone HD.
If you ever wished to save both photo the enhanced photo and the normal photo, follow the same steps mentioned above and turn on the “Keep Normal Photo” switch.
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