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Samsung Galaxy S8 Camera Settings

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Samsung Galaxy S8 Camera Settings

Galaxy S8 Camera Settings
Samsung Galaxy S8 Camera Settings -  We take you through to mastering Samsung's Galaxy S8+ camera. The Samsung Galaxy S8 camera is one of the best cameras since Samsung Galaxy S4 camera settings they really amazing thing about the Galaxy S8 camera is just how easy it is to use to get excellent results in pro mode, panorama and slow motions and virtually all conditions. It really is just point-and-shoot, and it performs better in low-light than many dual-lens offerings Galaxy S8 Plus Manual.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Camera Settings

The Galaxy S8 and S8+ are equipped with an advanced 8MP F1.7 Smart autofocus front camera and 12MP F1.7 Dual Pixel rear camera for the best low-light, zoom and anti-blur photos with enhanced image processing. The dual-lens camera was tested out on a prototype model of the S8 prior to the handset’s announcement but did not make it onto the final release – expect to see this unit inside the Galaxy Note 8 later on this year.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Pro Mode Camera
Samsung Galaxy S8 Camera

Let's begin the Samsung Galaxy S8 camera settings to mastering Galaxy S8 camera and videos. Now take photos with Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus while manually adjusting various shooting options, such as exposure value and ISO value. Here the Galaxy S8 Plus manual Pro Mode:
  • On the shooting modes list, tap Pro. Select options and customise the settings, and then tap O to take a photo.
Galaxy S8 shooting options:
  1. +/-: Change the exposure value. This determines how much light the Galaxy S8 camera’s sensor receives. For low-light situations, use a higher exposure.
  2. If the shutter speed is set manually, you cannot change the exposure value. The exposure value will change and be displayed based on the shutter speed setting.
  3. WB: Select an appropriate white balance, so images have a true-to-life colour range. You can set the colour temperature. Tap and drag your finger on the colour temperature bar.
  4. O: Change the focus mode. Drag the adjustment bar towards or to manually adjust the focus. To switch to auto focus mode, tap MANUAL.
  5. *: Select a colour tone. To create your own colour tone, tap Tone 1 or Tone 2.
  6. O: Adjust the shutter speed. A slow shutter speed allows more light in, so the photo becomes brighter. This is ideal for photos of scenery or photos taken at night. A fast shutter speed allows less light in. This is ideal for taking photos of fast-moving subjects.
  7. ISO: Select an ISO value. This controls camera light sensitivity. Low values are for stationary or brightly lit objects. Higher values are for fast-moving or poorly lit objects. However, higher ISO settings can result in noise in photos. If the shutter speed is set manually, you cannot set the ISO setting to AUTO.

Galaxy S8 Panorama Mode
Samsung Galaxy S8 Camera Settings

Using panorama mode on Samsung Galaxy S8, take a series of photos and then stitch them together to create a wide scene.
To get the best shots using panorama mode, follow these Galaxy S8 tips:
  1. Move the camera slowly in one direction.
  2. Keep the image within the frame on the camera’s viewfinder. If the preview image is out of the guide frame or you do not move the device, the Galaxy S8 will automatically stop taking photos.
  3. Avoid taking photos of indistinct backgrounds, such as an empty sky or a plain wall.

Galaxy S8 Plus Manual Panorama Mode:
  1. On the shooting modes list, tap Panorama.
  2. Tap O and move the device slowly in one direction.
  3. Tap Stop to stop taking photos.

Galaxy S8 Motion Panorama

You can take and view a panorama with motion on your Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+. When taking motion S8 panoramas, sound will not be recorded.
  1. On the panorama preview screen, tap Panorama to activate the motion panorama feature and take a motion panorama.
  2. On the preview screen, tap the preview thumbnail.
  3. Tap Play. The captured motion panorama will be played.
  4. Tilte the device or swipe on the screen to rotate the captured motion panorama.
  5. To save the motion panorama as a video file, tap SAVE VIDEO.

Selective Gaalaxy S8 Camera focus

Use the out-of-focus effect to make specific objects stand out in a photo.
  1. On the shooting modes list, tap Selective focus.
  2. Tap the image on the preview screen where the camera should focus.
  3. Tap O to take a photo.
  4. Tap thumbnail icon the preview thumbnail.
  5. Tap and select one of the following:
    • Near focus: Make the subject stand out and blur the background around the subject.
    • Far focus: Blur the subject and make the background stand out around the subject. This feature is available only when using the rear camera.
    • Pan focus: Make the subject and its background stand out.
  6. Tap SAVE.
    • It is recommended that you position subjects within 50 cm of the device. Position the subject that you want to focus on close to the device.
    • When taking photos, ensure there is sufficient distance between the subject and the background. The distance should be more than three times the distance between the device and the subject.
    • Hold the device steady and remain still while taking a photo.
    • The quality of photos taken by the device can be affected in the following conditions:
      • The device or the subject is moving.
      • There is strong background light, low levels of light, or you are taking photos indoors.
      • The subject or background has no pattern, or consists of a plain colour.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Slow Motion Camera
Samsung Galaxy S8 Camera Tutorial

Galaxy S8 tutorial record a slow motion video using Samsung Galaxy S8 / Galaxy S8 Plus S8+ . You can specify sections of your videos to be played in slow motion.
  1. On the shooting modes list, tap Slow motion.
  2. Tap Record to start recording.
  3. When you are finished recording, tap to stop.
  4. On the preview screen, tap the preview thumbnail.
  5. Tap OOO.
The fastest section of the video will be set as a slow motion section and the video will
start playing. Up to two slow motion sections will be created based on the video.

Hyperlapse Samsung Galaxy S8 Camera Settings
Samsung Galaxy S8 camera tutorial record scenes, such as passing people or cars, and view them as fast-motion videos. The frame rate is automatically adjusted to record smoother, less shaky fast-motion videos while walking, travelling by vehicle, and more. Samsung Galaxy S8 camera tutorial:
  1. On the shooting modes list, tap Hyperlapse.
  2. Tap O and select a frame rate option.
    • If you set the frame rate to Auto, the device will automatically adjust the frame rate according to the changing rate of the scene.
  3. Tap Record to start recording.
  4. Tap Stop to finish recording.
  5. On the preview screen, tap the preview thumbnail and tap O to view the video.

Galaxy S8 Food Camera Settings

Take photos of food with more vibrant colours, Samsung Galaxy S8 Food Camera settings instructions:
  1. On the shooting modes list, tap Food.
  2. Tap the screen and drag the circular frame over the area to highlight. The area outside the circular frame will be blurred. To resize the circular frame, drag a corner of the frame.
  3. Tap Paint and drag the adjustment bar to adjust the colour tone.
  4. Tap O to take a photo.

Virtual Shot Samsung Galaxy S8 Camera Settings
Galaxy S8 Camera Settings

Take a series of photos while circling a subject to create a view of the subject from multi angles. You can view the subject from different angles by dragging your finger left or right on the photo. Galaxy S8 setting:
  1. On the shooting modes list, tap Virtual shot.
  2. Place a subject in the centre of the preview screen and tap .
  3. Move the device around the subject slowly in one direction to take more photos.
When the arrow becomes completely yellow or when you stop circling the subject, the
device will automatically stop taking photos.

Viewing virtual photos on Galaxy S8 Plus / S8:
  1. On the preview screen, tap the preview thumbnail.
  2. Tap the icon.
  3. Drag your finger left or right on the screen, or slowly swivel the device left or right to view the subject from different angles.
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