iOS: How to Remove Portrait Mode From a Photo

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Portrait Mode is an iPhone feature that blurs the background from the subject in a photo. But if you change your mind later, it’s possible to remove Portrait Mode from a picture after the fact (via Reddit)Remove portrait mode in iOS photos as shown here

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Remove Portrait Mode

  1. After taking a Portrait Mode photo, open Photos.
  2. Tap on Edit in the upper-right corner.
  3. Tap the yellow Portrait button at the top, then tap Done in the bottom-right.

You can turn it on and off at will and change your mind later, because Apple’s non-destructive editing means you can tap the Revert button in editing mode to give you the original photo.

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