A social media influencer Serrina Kerrigan revealed that she caught her cheating boyfriend using the live camera feature on iPhone.
Serrina Kerrigan posted the live photo on TikTok which was sent by her boyfriend who claimed that he is missing her. The boyfriend clicked a picture of his neatly-made bed and sent it to Kerrigan. He didn’t realize that he had turned on the live feature accidentally which also captured the footage after he was done clicking the picture. As soon as he was done clicking the feature, a girl jumped on his bed but little did he know that the iPhone will capture that footage too. He has assumed that he is done clicking the picture. Using the Live Photo feature, the phone records what happens 1.5 seconds before and after you take a picture.
When the guy you’re dating says he misses you, but then you click the live photo. Looks like you have some company. she captioned her video. Initially, when she received the picture she did not find anything wrong with it until she clicked on the live photo. You can view a live photo when you long press on it. Serena revealed that the video was not staged at all, and it was 100 per cent legit.
What is Apple Live Camera Feature?
Apple Live Photo on your iPhone records what happens 1.5 seconds before and after you take a picture. What you get is more than a great photo. it’s a moment captured with movement and sound. You take a Live Photo just like you do a traditional photo.
How to take a Live Photo
- Open the Camera app.
- Make sure that your Camera is set to photo mode and that Live Photos is turned on. When it’s on, you see the Live Photo button at the top of your Camera.
- Hold your device* still.
- Tap the shutter button .
Live Photos is on by default. You can turn Live Photos off temporarily or permanently.
How to find and play your Live Photos
- Open the Photos app.
- Tap the Albums tab.
- Scroll down to Media Types and tap Live Photos.
- Tap one of the photos to open it.
- Press and hold the screen to play the Live Photo.
You can enjoy your Live Photo every time you unlock your device too. Just set it as your Lock screen wallpaper.
How to change the key photo
- Open the Live Photo.
- Tap Edit.
- Tap the Live Photos button .
- Move the slider to change the frame.
- Release your finger, then tap Make Key Photo.
- Tap Done.
You can also toggle the Live Photo effect between off and on. When you’re editing a Live Photo, tap the LIVE button at the top of the screen to turn Live Photo off or back on.
How to add Live Photo effects
- Open the Live Photo.
- Swipe up until you see Effects.
- Choose Loop, Bounce, or Long Exposure.
Loop: Turn a Live Photo you love into a video loop. Choose an image yourself, or look in the For You tab to see photos that would make great loops.
Bounce: Make your Live Photo rock back and forth. Watch your Live Photo as it happened, then it instantly plays in reverse.
Long Exposure: Capture the elements of time and movement. Create a beautiful effect that used to be possible only with a DSLR camera. Fireworks become bright streaks across the night sky. A waterfall becomes a magical blur.
How to edit Live Photos
- Open the Photos app and tap the Photos tab.
- Tap the Live Photo that you want to edit.
- Tap Edit, then make your adjustments.
- When you’re finished, tap Done.
If you edit your Live Photo in a third-party app, you might lose any Live Photo effects that you’ve applied.
How to share your Live Photos
- Open the photo that you want to share, then tap the Share button .
- If you want to share the still photo and not the Live Photo, tap Live in the upper-left corner.
- Choose how you want to share your photo. Note that if you share via Mail, the Live Photo is sent as a still image.
When you receive a Live Photo on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch via Messages, tap the photo to open it, then firmly press and hold to see it come to life.
If you’re using Messages on your Mac, double-click the Live Photo to open it. The Live Photo plays through once. To play it again, click the LIVE button in the bottom-left corner of the photo.
How you avoid being caught?
If you save their Live Photo you can also check your camera roll for the date-time & place it was taken. So next time when you plan to send a picture to someone, be wary of the live photos button.
The Live Photo button appears on the top of the camera screen. Because it is easily reachable on the camera app, it sometimes gets turned on even when you don’t want it to. But whenever it is turned on, you would notice the white button turning yellow. You can find your live photos in the Photos app. Simply tap on the Albums tab and then on the Live Photos section.
How to turn off Live Photos
Tap the Live Photos button to turn off Live Photos. A slash through the Live Photos button means the feature is off.
The Camera app turns Live Photos on again automatically. To keep Live Photos off permanently, follow these steps:
- Open the Settings app.
- Tap Camera > Preserve Settings.
- Make sure that the switch next to Live Photos is turned on.