I’m taking photos on my iPhone or iPad for work and want to edit them. You can do it directly in the Photos app which offers a wide range of editing tools and features.
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The app allows you to adjust attributes such as brightness, exposure and contrast. You can apply various filters, crop, rotate and straighten your images. Let’s see how this works.
How to edit photos on your mobile Apple device
Launch the Photos app on your device and open the image you want to edit. Tap the Edit command at the top right of the screen. The first control at the bottom of the screen allows you to change the visual appearance of your image.
To fine-tune your photo using the app,[自動補正]Tap the icon. This option adjusts all attributes such as exposure, shine, and highlights in one shot. Move the slider left or right to adjust the overall look of the photo (Figure A).
If you don’t like the automatic correction changes, at the top of the screen[元に戻す]Tap the icon to delete (Figure B).
If you want to adjust each attribute one by one,[オート エンハンス]Tap the icon again to turn it off. Go to each of the other controls such as Exposure, Glow, Highlights, Shadows, Contrast, Brightness, Black Point, Saturation, Vibrance, Warmth, Tint, Sharpness, Resolution, Noise Reduction, Vignette.
For each photo, move the slider left or right to change the look of the photo to your liking (Figure C).
After adjusting the overall look of your photo, you can apply different color filters. Tap the filter icon at the bottom of the screen and swipe through the different filters — Original, Vivid, Vivid Warm, Vivid Cool, Dramatic, Dramatic Warm, Dramatic Cool, Mono, Silvertone, Noir.
For each filter, move the slider left or right to change the effect of the filter photo (Figure D).
At this point, if you like the changes you made and want to apply them to other photos, tap the three-dot icon at the top and tap[編集内容をコピー]Choose. Once you have completed and saved your changes to the current photo, you can apply the visual edits to another image (Figure E).
Then tap the third icon at the bottom. Tap the first icon at the top to flip the photo horizontally. Tap the second icon at the top to rotate the photo. Tap and hold to keep rotating the image (Figure F).
Tap the third icon in the top right to change the aspect ratio of the entire photo. Then you can tap one of the ratios at the bottom — Original, Freeform, Square, or Wallpaper (Figure G).
Then you can apply the aspect ratio numbers to your photos in portrait or landscape mode. Tap one of these numerical ratios, then tap either the portrait or landscape icon.
The following ratios are available: 9:16 or 16:9, 4:5 or 5:4, 5:7 or 7:5, 3:4 or 4:3, 3:5 or 5:3, and 2 :3 or 3:2. To exit aspect ratio mode, tap the same icon ( ) at the top of the screen.Figure H).
In any mode, you can crop the photo by dragging the side or corner handles (Figure I).
To manually tilt the photo, tap the straighten icon at the bottom. Move the slider to tilt the photo left or right. To extend the photo at the top or bottom, tap his second icon at the bottom, then move the slider left or right. To expand the photo left or right, tap the third icon at the bottom and move the slider (Figure J.).
at the top[リセット]You can discard any cropping and rotation changes you’ve made at any time by tapping Command.When finished, in the lower right corner[完了]to save the photo with all changes and exit edit mode, or[キャンセル]to discard all changes and exit.
Open another photo to apply this image edit. Tap the three-dot icon at the top and tap[編集内容を貼り付け](Figure K).
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