Many of you like to take HDR (High Definition Range) photos on your iPhone as they look better than the normal ones. Moreover, blending perfectly the best parts of the three separate exposures, HDR capture stunners are without any doubt. By default, your device will save both the enhanced and regular photos into your Camera Roll. So have you ever thought how you can stop HDR from saving multiple photos automatically on your iPhone?
Well, you can easily prevent HDR from saving the photos into your library and just keep the enhanced version of the picture in order to keep out of full storage capacity. Obviously, there is no point in saving the duplicate images and clutter in the Camera Roll as well as the iCloud storage. In this post, we’ll show you how it’s done!
Steps to Prevent iPhone HDR from Automatically Saving Two Photos
Step 1: First, launch Settings app on your iPhone → then you need to scroll down and tap on Photos & Camera.
Step 2: Scroll down and toggle the switch next to Keep Normal Photo under HDR section to OFF.
That’s all! From now, your iPhone will only save the HDR photo into your Camera Roll folder.
In case you want to save both the standard and HDR photos, just toggle the “Keep Normal Photo” switch back ON by following the same mentioned steps above.
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How to Capture HDR Photos on iPhone
It’s so easy to turn on HDR mode and capture impressive images, just follow these steps:
Step 1: Launch Camera on your iPhone.
Step 2: Tap on the HDR at the top left corner and then select On.
That’s done! Now, you can capture memorable moments and know that HDR won’t save the normal photos anymore.
Although this is just a little trick, it can help you prevent your photo library from being messed up. So don’t forrget to turn off the Keep Normal Photo switch.