Wall Street chiefs testified Congress.

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Publish Date : 2021-05-29 11:42:55


Wall Street chiefs testified Congress.

“We are living through unprecedented times, which history will judge the leaders of government and industry by actions we take to address the health and economic crises, and longstanding structural inequities. At JPMorgan Chase, we entered this crisis from a position of strength and leveraged our size and scale to contribute to the stability in our country and ongoing support for the real economy — our customers, employees and communities impacted by the global crisis. In 2020, we extended credit and raised capital totaling $2.3 trillion for customers and businesses of all sizes, helping them meet payroll, avoid layoffs and support operations. 
One of the coolest camera features on the iPhone is portrait mode. It makes your subject pop and can give your pictures a dramatic look. Basically, when you take a photo, it keeps the subject in focus while making the background of the picture look artistically out of focus. This popular effect replicates photos taken on a mirrorless or DSLR camera with a long lens and a shallow depth of field. Depending on the model of iPhone you have, portrait mode can be used on people, pets and even certain objects. 
Portrait mode was first available in 2016 on the iPhone 7 Plus. Over the years, Apple improved the way it "cuts out" the person from the foreground and makes the background blurry. For example, on the iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max, a new lidar sensor is used to measure the distance from the phone to your subject and makes this distinction look better.

Apple also added Portrait Lighting Mode looks that apply popular styles of photographic lighting to your pictures. Additionally, you can change the amount of background blur behind the subject. 

With all of the tools and settings Apple built into portrait mode, it can be easy to overlook their functionality or even know they're there. I gathered seven tips and tricks to help you master portrait mode on the iPhone. I should warn you that depending on the model of iPhone you have, some of these tips might not apply.
You can switch Portrait Lighting looks before or after taking a photo. But if you plan on using Stage Light, Stage Light Mono or High Key Mono, I recommend switching to that look before taking the photo. That way you can adjust the framing and subject to produce the best shot and have the most flexibility.
You can take portrait mode photos with the iPhone's selfie camera. Everything you can do with portrait mode on the rear cameras applies to the front-facing camera -- except you can't zoom in or out.

Also, if you have an iPhone 12, you can take portrait mode photos with night mode. When it's dark enough and you're in portrait mode, look to the screen's top left corner. If your flash is off, you'll see the yellow night mode icon. If you don't see it, it might be too bright to activate the mode.
Then, when you take a portrait mode photo, have your subject hold still and hold the phone as still as possible during the capture sequence, which can take anywhere from a few seconds to 30 seconds (if you're using a tripod). The result is a brighter looking photo.

If your iPhone lets you, make sure you are at a 1x magnification to use night mode.

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Adjust the blur in iPhone portrait mode
You can adjust the depth of field before or after taking a portrait mode photo. On an actual camera, the depth of field is determined by the aperture of the lens. In portrait mode on an iPhone, when you adjust the depth of field it changes the amount of blur on the background. Adjusting the depth of field beforehand can help hide any imperfections along the edges of your subject's cutout.
When the Depth button is yellow, you can use the horizontal Depth slider above the shutter button to adjust how blurry the background looks. On the iPhone, you'll see f-stop numbers which are there to help you adjust the amount of background blur. Lower f-stop numbers add more blur and higher ones indicate less blur. Unless your subject is an animal or an object with a strange shape, don't worry too much about fine-tuning the blur because you can change it after you take the photo. 
Portrait mode works best when your subject is between two and eight feet away from the phone, which is roughly between 0.5 and 2.5 meters. If your subject is too far away (or too close), the iPhone will politely prompt you to adjust your distance. If you try to take a portrait mode photo with an out-of-range subject, the camera will take a regular picture instead.
If your subject is stationary, try moving closer or farther away. Also, on certain iPhone models you have an option to take either a 1x or a 2x or 2.5x portrait mode photo, which is kind of like a close up. To switch between magnifications tap on the 2x or 2.5x button on the bottom left of the screen. If you want to go back to a wider view, tap the 1x button.



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