The iPhone photo app has long provided basic editing features for fast editing of images. However, IOS 13 has greatly expanded it and given videos the same love. One of the best additions is the ability to turn off photo and video editing without undoing it, so you can preview your footage with or without an effect.
How does it work? For example, if you're unhappy with the vignette setting you've made for a photo or video, you'd rather turn it off altogether. Just tap the icon above the effect's slider and customization is disabled.
If you disable an effect, the slider will always jump to the default zero position, but will not forget the previous position if you want to add it back. To add an adjustment, tap the hidden icon again. The saved location on the slider will be restored. This is great if you want to mess around with a few adjustments and look better looking, or combine or not combine effects. Adjust in your iPhone's Photos Editor to compare the effects before and after "width =" 532 "height =" 532 "style =" max-width: 532px; height: auto; "/>