How To Mirror Front Camera On iPhone In iOS 14

iOS 14 Mirror Front Facing Camera on iPhone

iOS 14 Mirror Front Facing Camera on iPhone.

iOS 14 brings plenty enhancements to the iPhone Camera app. According to Apple, overall photo shooting is faster by 25% for the first shot. iOS devices can shoot photos at a rate of up to 4 frames per second. Besides speed enhancements, iOS 14 expands QuickTake compatibility, adds quick toggles in Video mode to all iPhone models and brings new functionalities to the Volume Buttons.

In this article we’ll focus on a hidden new iOS 14 feature that allows users to capture mirrored Selfies. You might be aware that the viewfinder displays a mirrored image when you use the front facing iPhone camera, but the captured photo end up displaying properly, because iOS adjusts it by default. However, if you want to end up with a mirrored shot you can tweak a hidden iOS 14 setting.

How To Mirror iPhone Front Camera

how to mirror front camera on iPhone 1. Open the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad.
2. Scroll for Camera and tap on it.
3. In the ‘Composition’ section, enable the Mirror Front Camera option.
4. Open the Camera app and tap on the Camera switch (bottom-right corner), to switch for the Selfie Camera.
5. Tap the Shutter button! That’s it, you’ve just snapped your first mirrored selfie!
Fact: Don’t forget to disable the ‘Mirror Front Camera’ setting, to go back to normal shooting mode.

Tip For Perfect iPhone Mirror Selfies

how to enable Viewfinder Grid view in iOS 14 To perfectly frame the mirrored selfie that you plan to shoot on your iPhone you should also enable the viewfinder Grid feature:
1. Open the Settings app.
2. Browse for Camera.
3. Enable the Grid option, by toggling the nearby switch to the ON position.
Fact: The Grid view can be used for most iPhone photo shooting modes because it provides useful guidance for perfectly framing a subject of your picture.

Do you plan to use the new iOS 14 mirrored selfie feature? Let us know in the comments section available below.

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