Soon You can Click ‘Portrait mode’ Pictures On Instagram
Instagram has really come into its own and is now among one of the top, premier social media platforms preferred by business owners and marketers.
Within 4 years, the Instagram audience will reach nearly 112 million, representing close to 60% of social networkers, more than one-third of the population.Instagram lets their users upload photos or videos to their portal. Users can apply various digital filters to their images and can also add locations through geotags. They can add hashtags to their posts, linking the photos up to other content on Instagram.
But in addition to the platform’s simple characteristics, there are also some obscure features that really add a nice touch to Instagram’s user experience.According to reports, the popular photo sharing app now has discovered a hidden feature that could make you a master of photography among your group of friends.
Nowadays there are many smartphones, including newer iPhones or Xioami that include a portrait option in their default native cameras.But did you know that even Intagram can let you do that with their camera?
This hidden feature could potentially let you shoot portraits like picture with a bokeh effect-blurred backgrounds or aother lighting effects. This feature is buried within Instagram’s Android Application Package (APK) is an icon for a Portrait shutter for the Stories camera.
APKs contain all of an app’s code, including bits relevant to new features that are actively being developed but not yet activated. To access the feature you would presumably launch Instagram’s camera and swipe to the corresponding mode.
It looks like you’ll need to swipe from Instagram’s camera to the new feature in order to access it. The hidden mode packs loads of potential: It could theoretically bundle together settings that make your pics and selfies look like images shot on a fancy SLR camera.
With the in-app insta camera people can shoot there and upload to places like Instagram. It also offer advanced editing and special effects. At this stage, it is unclear what its final form will look like, or even if it will ever be released.
After all, Instagram holds the right to scrap the mode altogether. A similar feature on Instagram would mean users will no longer need to take pics on their phone’s snapper and then upload them to the photo-sharing app.
The portrait mode was unearthed by Ishan Agarwal, who is also the founder of hidden voice and video calling features in Instagram’s code few weeks earlier. If Instagram does release this mode, it will make it even more attractive to use than rival Snapchat, especially for those who want the option to take more polished photos of themselves.