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iPhone iOS 13 Photo Editing Portrait Mode

LS3 POWER

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In iOS 12 when we wanted to edit a photo on portrait mode, you’d click edit and the option to adjust the Bucca was there, but in iOS 13 public beta it’s not. Anyone find how to adjust it now?
 

TheSkywalker77

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I don't have a phone that can control the bokeh, but isn't it already an option when taking the actual portrait itself?
 
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dancefreak

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Wasn’t talking about lighting effect, I was talking about adjusting the buca (blur effect)
After clicking edit you just tap the f/stop in the upper left corner and you get the toggle for bokeh (which is the virtual aperture). Oddly, the instructions linked above do not illustrate this as they skip the step about clicking on the F/stop despite it being clearly seen in the images.
 
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bether

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Wasn’t talking about lighting effect, I was talking about adjusting the buca (blur effect)

My photo will help you. You welcome :)
 

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LS3 POWER

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Charlotte, NC
After clicking edit you just tap the f/stop in the upper left corner and you get the toggle for bokeh (which is the virtual aperture). Oddly, the instructions linked above do not illustrate this as they skip the step about clicking on the F/stop despite it being clearly seen in the images.

Thank you SO much!! That is exactly what I was looking for. They just hid it better on iOS13 lol
 
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