Here’s how to use and capture photos with Portrait Lighting Mode on iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X.

The most exclusive feature on iPhone 7 Plus was the dual camera system featuring Portrait Mode that captures photos with DSLR like depth of field and blur/bokeh effects which is most stunning feature.

And now Portrait Lighting Mode is the new camera feature that Apple has integrated in iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X which is upgraded version of iPhone 7 Plus portrait mode. Portrait Lighting mode allows the light effect in portrait mode before and after taking the pictures and gives some amazing photos.

Here’s how to use and capture photos with Portrait Lighting Mode on iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X.Snapping Portrait Lighting Photos on iPhone 8 Plus & iPhone X

Currently, Portrait Lighting mode is now only available in beta on the iPhone 8 Plus rear camera but on iPhone X, Portrait Lighting Mode works both on rear and front.

How to Use Portrait Lighting Mode on iPhone 8 Plus & iPhone X


Snapping Portrait Lighting Photos on iPhone 8 Plus & iPhone X in iOS 11 is very easy.

#1. Open up the Camera app

#2. Above Shutter button you can see many camera options including Portrait Camera Mode.

#3. Just swipe your camera mode to Portrait Mode option.

Note: Taking pictures is same as iPhone 7 Plus Depth effect.
#4. After that you can see some Portrait Lighting effects in the bubbles like Natural Light, Studio Light, Contour Light, Stage Light, Stage Light Mono.

Here’s how to use and capture photos with Portrait Lighting Mode on iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X.Snapping Portrait Lighting Photos on iPhone 8 Plus & iPhone X

#5. Choose any of them and capture some stunning and beautiful Portrait Lighting pictures with it.

With Portrait Lighting effect, you can create a awesome portrait pictures with a depth effect that keeps your subject sharp while creating a beautifully blurred background.

Do you love new Portrait Lighting Effects? Try using Portrait Lighting feature on your iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X. Let us know in the comments.

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