Instagram is a social media application used by the world community to share photos and videos. The popularity of Instagram is inextricably linked to the InstaStories feature it contains. InstaStories allows users to upload content for 24 hours.
Coupled with the high level of interest from Instagram users who use the InstaStories feature, Instagram often offers feature updates and effects that can be used to cool the appearance of photos and videos on InstaStories. These include the super zoom function, hands-free calling, boomerang, multi-capture, levels and many other functions.
Function at the functional level in InstaStories
But did you know that there is a function in InstaStories that is used to balance the cell phone camera when taking a picture of an object. This function is called the level function. This level feature is a built-in feature of the recently released Instagram app. With this feature, Instagram users can easily take pictures of the object they want to photograph in just one shot.
When the level function is activated, a grid line appears on the smartphone screen. In the middle of the grid line is a pendulum that can be used to determine the inclination of the smartphone. When the camera is tilted, the pendulum is gray with a large circle in it. When the position of the camera device is appropriate, the pendulum will change color to yellow with a small circle inside.
1. First, update the Instagram application on your device to the latest version. After that, just open the Instagram application. Swipe left on the main Instagram page to open the InstaStories feature.
2. Click the function icon level which is included in a number of other features like Hand-Free, Super Zoom, Boomerang, Photobooth, and other features.
3. When the level function is activated, a grid line appears on the smartphone screen that can compensate for the position of the image. In the middle there is a pendulum line that is used to measure the tilt of the smartphone device. Position the smartphone camera on the object that you want to photograph. Balance the camera until the pendulum is in the center yellow.
4. Immediately grab the object you want to capture and finish it. Now photos are passed directly to InstaStories.
With this level function in InstaStories, it is of course very helpful for Instagram users to take pictures of objects that they want to share on their respective InstaStories. Users no longer have to take photos repeatedly to get balanced photos. Only by balancing the camera can Instagram users get a balanced photo in one shot.