Syncing photos with your Moments application is a fun way to share pictures with friends and receive the latest photos you’ve taken. With facial recognition technology built into the Moments software, your friends can now be in the pictures you’ve taken even if they weren’t physically there the time the photo was taken. You can see how they’ll look when they wake up or whether they’ve had a smoke accident the previous night. By viewing photos they’ve taken while the moment is fresh in your memory, it’s easy to share the one that will make a striking impression. The only problem with this is that sometimes photos don’t last long enough for your friends to be able to enjoy them. Even if your memory immediately after a recent smoke accident is amazing, it won’t do your friends and family any good if they never see it.
Fortunately, there are different ways to view moments on your iPhone. The easiest way is to simply open the Moments application, click on the big ” Gallery” button at the top left corner of the screen, and then choose from a variety of photo styles that display your images in a floating fashion above other pictures in the Moments gallery. You can change the style of the moment by rotating the camera or tapping on an icon. You can also pinch in and out to scroll through your chosen moments. If you’d prefer not to see your most recent picture, you can select “vintage” to see older pictures.
In addition to rotating and zooming through your chosen moments, you can also flip through by moving the fingers on your iPhone to mimic the action of forces acting upon the scene. When a picture flips, it reveals a sequence of gears (rotating blue) that run across the frame. Pressing your finger to reverse the sequence will zoom out, revealing just the gears. The same process can be done to shift gears around. If you’d like to move your finger instead of an icon, just slide your fingers along the touch screen.
There are lots of reasons why a moment in your iPhone might force you to re-orient yourself and move your hands to keep an image in place. When this happens, force the “Force Position” on your iPhone to match the orientation of the camera in order to calculate the exact moment and compare it with your target. Force position can be adjusted by holding down the home key while taking a snapshot or simply holding down on the “Home” key while your finger is in place to enter your scene.
If your camera isn’t capable of displaying multipole moments, there’s still hope. There are two methods for triggering the display of multiple moments: tapping the display while the device is in portrait mode and tapping the display while the device is landscape mode. Unfortunately, neither method is foolproof. For some cameras, it might take several attempts to trigger the display. This can cause the display to appear while the device isn’t even in focus, causing the whole photograph to jump when you next attempt to focus on it.
Using a force multiplier can resolve this issue. A force multiplier simulates a human’s tugging action on an object. With your finger, you can simulate the movements necessary to force the display to focus exactly on one moment. Multiplied by your estimated acceleration and the time it takes to focus the camera on the object, the force multiplier will calculate the exact moments when the object is in focus.