This Secret iPhone Trick Can Instantly Improve Any Photo

A TikTok user has revealed her secret iPhone trick to making images and videos instantly more vibrant.

The woman, named Hannah Ludwig, broke her iPhone editing routine for her 20,000 followers on Tik Tok.

Hannah shared the content in a 43-second reel captioned with multiple “photo” hashtags.

She started the video by posting an image of a woman in a bikini under the text “iPhone photo hack part 2”.

The content creator then adjusted the “exposure” of the image using settings in the iPhone’s internal photo app.

She increased the “exposure” level to 100, then moved to “brilliance”, which she also increased to 100.

Then there were “highlights,” which she adjusted to -35.

Hannah then touched the “shadows” of the image, lowering that amount to -31.

The TikToker headed to the “contrast” setting and adjusted it to -33.

She also decreased the “brightness” of the photo to -15.

The content creator then adjusted the “exposure” of the image using settings in the iPhone’s internal photo app.
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The self-proclaimed photo editor then switched to “black point”, which identifies areas of an image that are at most black, and adjusted it to 11.

She also intensified the colors of the image by increasing the “saturation” to 11.

Hannah then added some final tweaks, including adjusting “Vibrance” to 9, increasing “Warmth” to 11, and adding “Tint” to level 46.

Then, in a surprise turn of events, she reduced exposure and shine to zero.

The end result was a colorful, vibrant and high contrast image.

She raised the level
She increased the “exposure” level to 100, then moved to “brilliance”, which she also increased to 100.
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Since it was uploaded, the popular TikTok video has garnered over 420,000 likes.

Hundreds of TikTok users also left comments under the post.

“This hack is amazing!!!! Just tested and my pics look great!! Thanks for sharing,” one user wrote.

“She really said to trust the process, it looks pretty!” a second user added.

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