The best way to shoot Stage Light in Portrait mode on iPhone X

Apple’s Portrait Lighting mode is currently in beta, but that hasn’t stopped iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X users from taking all sorts of fantastic photos.But there’s one mode that sometimes gives users trouble: Stage Light (and its black and white companion, Stage Light Mono).Because the effect effectively cuts the subject out of the background, it can be a bit tricky to properly frame and execute a Stage Light portrait. But lucky for you all, I’ve spent way too much time testing this feature, and have some pro tips for getting it to work properly.Do: Shoot in Stage Light or Stage Light MonoAll of Apple’s Portrait Lighting effects can be applied after the fact, but Stage Light and its black and white companion are designed to be shot in-camera (and potentially removed or changed afterward).

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The best way to shoot Stage Light in Portrait mode on iPhone X