In this guide we will show you how you can stop iPhone Camera app from showing what’s outside the frame and shot photos without distractions.
When taking photos in the Camera app have you ever noticed that iPhone displays things that are outside of the frame on top and bottom bars. When showing things outside the frame the opacity of the top and bottom frames is reduced and user can see what is right outside the frame.
iPhone uses its ultra-wide lens to not only show you what’s outside the frame but it also captures it when you take a shot, allowing you to reframe your pictures in case you want to include the things that were outside the frame and add them to your picture.
While shooting outside the frame is useful some users might find seeing it a bit distracting. Some photographers only want to capture what’s inside the frame and need the fully black bars in order to frame the picture better.
Stop iPhone from showing outside the frame
If you want to stop your iPhone Camera app from showing outside the frame, then you can do so by following a few simple steps.
- Open Settings and go to Camera.
- On Camera settings screen look for View Outside the Frame.
- Turn off the toggle next to it to disable View Outside the Frame feature.
There you have it, this is how you can stop iPhone from showing scene outside the frame on your iPhone.
Do you like to view what’s outside the frame or did you use this guide to turn off this feature? Let us know in the comments below.