Let Apple Watch Be the Trigger To Take Photos On Your iPhone – How To
For many of you, the camera might be the best feature on an iPhone. This is absolutely legit, since a huge portion of the domestic photographers prefer iPhone's camera over the others. Its one of the best in the market if you as me. But have you ever wanted to take your group shots from a distance? Or snap a picture when no one is around, not even you? I'm sure you have.
Above all, there is a built in timer feature in the iPhone's camera but as soon as you run back to be part of the memory, the timer runs out and you get a bad shot. What if I told you that you can use your Apple Watch as a remote shutter to take photos from your iPhone. Wee that exactly what we we have in store today. Let us show you how.
Use Apple atch As A Remote To Take Pictures With Your iPhone
The process is really simple. All you need to do is access your iPhone's camera and using your Apple Watch tap on on the Watch Interface to take a picture. There's an app for that on the Apple Watch, open it and you'll see an image which is being seen by your iPhone's camera. This is really helpful as you can see how will your image be taken, instead of criticizing after the picture has been taken.
Along with a small viewfinder, you will find the shutter button to take a picture and the timer button which allows you to put your hand down before being snapped. If you're that smart, you can just press the shutter button without visual aid. Since you have taken care of all the formalities, you will end up with a picture that's far more convenient than taking a gazillion pictures.
This can be regarded as one of the best use of the Apple Watch. It allows your Apple Watch to act as a remote to take pictures with your iPhone. Yet, more guides and walkthroughs are on the way, for the time being, let us know in the comments section below, did you find this technique useful while taking pictures? Happy snapping!
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