It saves photos from before and after you take the photo.
By doing this, it's able to stitch all of these photos together into a smooth animation running around 1.5 seconds.
And see related photos by swiping up on any image in the Photos app.
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At the same time that it saves photos, the i Phone is also saving audio from that those seconds to add a soundtrack to the Live Photo. As of this writing, Apple doesn't make it easy to tell which photos in your Photos app are live.
There's no special album or icon that shows the photo's status.
That's because you have less melanin (say: MEL-uh-nun). They can keep you inside feeling sore when everyone else is outside having fun.