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Galaxy S10: 8 tips and tricks to get the most out of your camera



Samsung's Galaxy S10 series includes some new camera features, including the ability to zoom out before taking a photo with just a few taps. If you just unpack and set up your shiny new Galaxy S10 you should know the following to work with the Camera app and get the best possible shots.

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Take extremely wide photos

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The Galaxy S10 and the S10 Plus have a third camera on the back of the phone. The purpose of the new addition is to capture very wide-angle photos – a feature that is extremely helpful in certain situations.

To switch to the new camera, look for the three-tree icon and tap it above the shutter button and shooting modes.

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<p>  Or, if you own the Galaxy S10 Plus, you can switch to the second front-facing camera, which serves as the ultra-wide camera by tapping the two-tree icon. </p><div><script async src=

Scene Optimizer

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When Scene Optimizer is enabled, the S10 can take brighter photos in dark environments, act as a document scanner, or add Starburst torches to lights in the background.

In the viewfinder, touch the Settings icon, and then tap Scene Optimizer . Change which of the available options you want to use and then return to the camera as usual.

Shot Suggestions

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The S10's camera may suggest the best way to take a picture, and if you like, you can even take it with you if everything is arranged correctly.

For example, if the shot suggestion determines the photo, you should select the photo. Take, you will see a white circle and a white ball in the viewfinder. Align the ball with the circle and hold it steady for a few seconds so the S10 can capture the shot.

To activate shot selection, tap the Settings icon in the viewfinder and turn the switch next to Shot selections to To position .

Get more out of live focus

The S10 can take portrait photos that add blur or bokeh to the background of the shot. However, you can now adjust the type and intensity of the effect applied to the background of the recording.

The new effects are Spin Bokeh, Zoom Bokeh, Color Point and Blur. When you switch to live focus capture mode, the new options and a slider appear just above the trigger. You can apply and preview the effects in real time.

If you change your mind after taking the photo, do not worry – you can edit it in the Gallery app and select another effect.

Edit Available Camera Modes

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<p>  Directly above the shutter you will find a number of shooting modes to choose from. From photo or video to live focus or super slow motion. You can switch between modes by swiping the various options to the left or right. </p>
<p>  If you're like me and find the list too long, you can remove recording modes that you do not use. In the viewfinder, select the Settings icon, scroll down, and tap <strong> Camera Modes </strong>. </p><div><script async src=

Disable the modes that should not be available as options. You can also rearrange the different modes according to your wishes.

Capturing a GIF

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<p>  Instead of recording a video and working with the Gallery app or a third-party app, enable this feature to record and create a GIF by simply holding down the shutter button. </p>
<p>  Go to Camera Settings Then tap <strong>. Hold down the camera key to create </strong>> <strong> GIF </strong>. Instead of taking a continuous shot or a single photo, the S10 captures multiple shots and combines them into an animated image. </p>
<h2>	  Bixby Vision </h2>
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At the top of the viewfinder you will see text labeled "Bixby Vision". This feature uses the S10's camera to identify real world objects, and depending on what it is, you can get more information or links to buy the item.

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Next to Bixby Vision is an option to start AR Emoji. These cartoon characters are created by taking a selfie and then the phone comes up with an animated character that looks like you. You can customize and change the AR Emoji to your liking and then place the character in photos or send animated stickers in the News app.


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