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Take Photo and Video at the same time? Yes, it's possible! Last week we talked about what medium you should use to share your content better with your audience using either a photo, video or in some cases, both. This time around, I'll show you a trick that will allow you to capture both photos and videos at the same time using your phone. If you don't know this yet, then buckle up and prepare to be amazed!
There are many cases when you want both photo and video - for instance there's a wedding proposal and it's absolutely great for you to take a snap shot of what's going on while you're recording the video, or there's a new restaurant serving really delicious food and they fire up your food right before they place it on your table, might be awesome to get a photo of the flaming food at the right time - these along with many other instances, can be a great opportunity to do this. So, how do you get this done? It's actually pretty straightforward.
All you need is your iPhone and your camera app. The feature is available from the iPhone 5 to the newer ones. If you're using an iPad, a 4th generation or newer would have this feature. Let's get started:
1. Open your iPhone's Camera app.
2. Slide the bottom menu and select Video.
3. Tap the Red button at the bottom center to start your video recording.
4. You should see a White button appear on the corner of the screen that pretty much looks like the capture photo button but in a smaller scale. Depending on how you hold your phone, its orientation can be on the left or right corner. Take photos as normal while you do your videos and both are stored on your Camera roll in your Photos app.
Try it out and let me know where you used it on the comments section down below.
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