How to enable Loop, bounce or long exposure for Live Photos on iPhone?

Photos are one of the most loved things that we all love to capture in our daily lives. With the ever-evolving technology, the features get better, and the camera quality gets improved. In this blog post, I'll show you how to enable loop, bounce, or long exposure for live photos on your iPhone.

Firstly, access the Photos app on your iPhone and select a Live Photo. Once you are in the Live Photo, you need to tap the button at the top left corner of the screen. You can now see the options such as Live, Loop, Bounce, Long Exposure, and Disable Live Photo.

If you select Loop, the iPhone will loop the Live Photo forward and reverse in a continuous loop. It means that this photo will resemble more of a short video than a photo. You can also select the Bounce feature that will play the Live Photo in reverse after playing it forward, then forward again. It creates a boomerang-like effect, which is quite fun to watch.

The Long Exposure is an exciting feature that requires a steady hand to create stunning photos of moving objects. It combines and merges all the movements of the Live Photo and creates an image that shows all the movements in a single image. This feature enables you to take exceptional pictures of waterfalls, traffic trails, or fireworks by capturing a long exposure-like effect.

While the Live Photo remains the default option, you may choose to disable it if you do not want to use it. Disabling it will make your iPhone capture only a static image.

In conclusion, iPhone's Live Photo feature brings your photos to life, and there are many things that you can do with it. Follow the steps mentioned above and have fun experimenting with the Loop, Bounce, and Long Exposure options to create spectacular live photos.

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