By now, you’ve probably heard about the iPhone’s new naked-camera feature.
It’s an extension of Apple’s camera app and a welcome addition to the iPhone lineup.
But you probably haven’t heard about what it actually does.
You’ll be surprised at how little is actually there.
I’m a fan of Apple products and have tried many of their apps, but I am skeptical that I’ll ever be able to do a full nude-camera experiment.
So what is it, exactly?
The naked-video feature was announced a few months ago by Apple’s vice president of software engineering, Dan Riccio.
He called it the “naked camera” and said it was “designed to make it easy for iPhone users to take photos of themselves without having to put on anything special.”
In theory, it’s a nice way to take nude photos while taking selfies.
But in practice, it makes it very hard for iPhone-owners to capture photos with their own eyes without having their cameras turned on.
(This is something we’ll be covering in more detail in the next installment of this series.)
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To be honest, I haven’t been able to get any photos of myself taken while using the naked camera feature.
(If you want to try it out, you’ll need to buy a special “nude” camera for the iPhone.
If you want a standard camera, you can always buy a regular iPhone and just take photos.)
But if you have the extra cash for a special camera, it might be worth it to try this feature out.
Here are my tips for getting naked photos of yourself with your naked Apple iPhone 6.
Step 1: Buy the Camera With a regular camera, I used to take a lot of photos with my iPhone.
But with the iPhone6s, I have found it’s really easier to take naked photos with the naked iPhone camera.
If your iPhone is the same model as my iPhone 6, I recommend buying the regular camera for a couple of reasons.
The first is that it’s cheaper, but the second is that you’ll never have to worry about having to turn off the camera.
The naked camera on my iPhone6S has an optical zoom that’s designed to allow me to zoom in on any part of my body.
The downside of that lens is that I get a lot more blurry photos because of the increased blur.
To avoid this, I opt to use the optical zoom on the regular iPhone camera instead.
So, in theory, I could take a bunch of naked photos.
But even if I did, I still won’t be able make much sense of what I see.
Step 2: Make a Camera with Your Own Eyes If you buy the regular, Apple-branded camera, the only thing you need to do is open up the camera app, tap the menu button, and select “Settings.”
There you’ll see a menu that looks like this: From there, you have a few options.
In the first section, you’re able to set up your own settings for the camera, including zoom, ISO, white balance, white level, exposure compensation, and more.
Here, you just pick the settings you want.
(There are three settings in this menu.)
Once you’ve made your selections, you tap the “Set” button, which will bring up a menu with a couple options: In the topmost section, it will say “Adjust Exposure.”
Tap that to adjust the exposure of your image.
In this section, I’ve changed the exposure compensation setting to “Normal,” which will make my photo appear darker than it would in the manual mode.
The “Adjust White Balance” option lets you adjust the white balance of your photos.
(The camera also has an option to adjust this for you.)
The “White Balance” setting is really important because it’s what makes your photos appear sharp and clear.
Here’s what that looks at the top of the menu: This is what you’ll be adjusting to your camera app.
You want the camera to shoot in the “Black” or “White” mode.
If it’s set to “Black,” the camera will just focus on the white.
If the camera is set to either “White,” or “Black-ish,” it will focus on your face.
You can tweak this setting in the settings menu to make the camera focus more on your skin.
In general, you want your camera to focus on you.
But, if you want it to be more precise and precise, you should adjust the “ISO” setting in this section to “Low,” and “White Exposure” to “Medium.”
If you go down this path, you might get some blurry photos, but if you’re careful and set the camera exactly as you want, the result will be that your photos will be sharp and crisp. So if you