How to Turn Off Auto HDR on iPhone

 Have you ever found the same photo in Photos? this happens because of the camera settings that store both the HDR version of the photo and the non-HDR version.

How to Turn Off Auto HDR on iPhone

HDR stands for High Dynamic Range which combines multiple exposures to provide maximum photo results. 

So when you're in an environment with diverse lights (such as clear skies with clouds, trees, houses, etc.), 

the iPhone camera takes three pictures in a fraction of a second and combines those images to create one HDR image with a balanced level of contrast.

This tutorial will show you how to turn off the Auto HDR feature on your iPhone, so you no longer need to find two identical photos in one take and can save storage space.

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Turn off Auto HDR on your iPhone

How to Turn Off Auto HDR on iPhone

  • Open Settings.
  • Scroll down until you find the Camera option.
  • Tap (Off) on the Smart HDR option.

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