8 iPhone Camera Settings You Must Master to Take Better Photos

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2. Enable Grid Lines

Most people who enjoy photography are familiar with the Rule of Thirds. It’s one of the essential rules to follow when you’re composing a photograph.

Put simply, it dictates that you should place the subject of a shot in one of the four intersections of lines on a 3×3 grid.

However, in order to get the most out of the rule, you’ll need to enable an on-screen grid so you can see the four intersections. Gridlines are also useful for other composition issues, such as keeping the horizon level or making sure walls and buildings are at precisely 90 degrees

To turn these on, go to Settings > Camera > Grid and slide the toggle into the On position.

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