How to enable grid lines in the iOS 7 Camera app

How to enable grid lines in the iOS 7 Camera app

Enabling grid lines in the default Camera app can help make sure your photo is not only straight, but that you're using the rule of thirds in order to capture the most interesting photo you can. In iOS 7, the way you turn grid lines on and off in the Camera app has changed slightly. If you're fumbling around trying to figure out how to turn them on, follow along and we'll help.

  1. Launch the Settings app from the Home screen of your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Scroll down and tap on Photos & Camera.
  3. Again scroll down towards the bottom of the page and under the Camera section, there is an option for Grid. Turn the feature On by tapping on the slider.

That's all there is to it. Grid lines should now be activated inside the native Camera app.

Allyson Kazmucha

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There are 9 comments. Add yours.

Superjudge says:

I wonder why they removed this as an in app option.

iSRS says:

Thanks for the reminder. Ended up doing a restore and set up as new, and forgot to enable again.

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Myles Taylor says:

If you had the grid turned on in iOS 6 before you upgraded, it says on as well after you upgrade.

xproc says:

i dont know why they want to hide it...

codehut says:

Great tip, thanks!

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zephyrwala says:

i searched for this feature the moment i installed iOS 7 beta and loving it since then

jeanniebeeler says:

Thanks for this tip. Enabling now. Now then, can anyone please tell me how to reverse the "selfie" image so it will save the the same way it looked to me before I snapped it instead of the inverted version? I was able to fix this in an old Samsung Galaxy phone that did the same thing, but I cannot find a way to rectify it on my new IPAD Air. Please help! This reversed perspective drives me crazy!