How to Take Multiple Photos Continuously in Burst Mode iPhone 11 Pro


Today’s tutorial will be showing you How to Take Multiple Photos Continuously in Burst Mode iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 pro max and the iPhone 11.

This should also work on any device running iOS 13.This can be great for capturing those action or fast moving shots in situations where it would be difficult to get that perfect shot in one go.

You can take multiple shots and later on select the perfect one.

What is Burst Mode?

Burst mode as the name suggest is a picture mode that’s allows users to take multiple pictures all at one without repeatedly clicking the shutter button. Perfect for taking fast moving subjects.

Video Tutorial:

Watch the following tutorial and see how this is done easily.

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How to Take Multiple Photos with Burst Mode?

Take Multiple Photos Continuously in Burst Mode iPhone 11 Pro

1.Go ahead and launch the camera on your iPhone and make sure you are in Photo mode.

2.Next go ahead and point the camera on your subject.

3.Drag the shutter button and slide it to the left and hold. Doing so will result in multiple shots been taken.

Notice the counter indicating the shots been taken. Keep the camera on the moving subject and let go when you think you had enough.

4.Go back to the gallery and review the pictures. Choose the pictures you like the best.

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