In iOS 10.1, Apple officially introduced new Portrait mode for the iPhone 7 Plus. Basically, with Portrait mode, the iPhone 7 Plus can take beautiful pictures with an arty bokeh depth effect. However, Portrait mode is available for larger iPhone 7 Plus models only to take fully advantage of the device’s dual-camera system.
However, there is a way that you can use to get Portrait mode on other iPhones such as iPhone 7 and older iPhone models. In this guide, we will show you how to capture photos in Portrait mode on your iPhone 7 and older iPhones. Before we begin, note that to get Portrait mode on older iPhones, you need to download and install a third-party app called FabFocus, a great camera app that allows you to use Portrait mode on your iPhone 7 and older iPhones.
Steps to use Portrait Mode on iPhone 7 and older iPhones
Step one: Make sure that you have FabFocus installed on your device. You can get it from the App Store for $1.99. Launch the app on your iPhone and allow it to access your Camera and Photos
Step two: You are now supposed to capture a photo or a selfie by tapping the shutter button at the bottom center of the screen
Step three: Next up, tap on the Start button at the bottom center to get the background blur effect.
Steps to edit your photos with FabFocus
Step one: Once you have captured a photo using the app, you need to tap on the Edit button at the bottom
Step two: Next up, all you need to do is to drag the brush icon over the portion of face or object. You can also adjust the size of the brush by dragging the button at the top of the screen
Step three: Once you are done, tap on upward arrow button at the bottom-left corner of the screen to access more editing options
Step four: Once you are done, tap on the tick mark located at the bottom-left to save the change.
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