The Galaxy Note 10 and 10+ S-pen has been improved to make it even easier to use remotely. Controlling your pen-styled phone is no longer a party trick, as you can now move and act on both first-party and third-party apps. One of the best examples of this is the camera app.
The Galaxy Note 10 S-Pen does not even touch your phone when taking pictures. In addition to changing the lens, you can perform all the basic functions of the camera. For example, you can change the shooting mode and even zoom in to take a photo while posing for the picture.
To make a gesture with the S-pen, you must hold down the side button, perform the movement, and then immediately release the side button.
You must also point the S-pen at the galaxy Note 10 or 10+ for it to work. It will probably take some practice, so do not get upset if it does not work right away (I fought a bit before I got it). But if you do, you'll never need a second hand for photos.
You can switch between different camera modes with S Pen. If you hold down the side key and swipe left or right, you can switch the active tab from "Camera" to "Video," etc.
So you opened the Camera app to take a selfie, but something more exciting appeared in front of you – what do you do? With the S Pen, you can quickly switch between the front and rear view camera with a gesture. Hold down the side key and swipe up to change the camera.
Gesture 3: Zoom In and Zoom Out  You can even use the S-pen Zoom in and out. Hold down the side key and draw a circle (clockwise). But here's the key: Hold down the side key after you've made the gesture to continue zooming. When you reach the zoom you want, release the side button.
To zoom out, hold down the side key and draw a circle again, this time counterclockwise. Continue to hold down the side key after dragging a circle to zoom out until the desired zoom is achieved. Only when you have reached this point should you release the button.
Despite Your Urge To You This gesture does not have to be done several times. Draw only one circle and then hold down the side key.
After all, the simplest air gesture is the one you use most often. In any camera mode, simply click the button on the S Pen to take a picture. If you are in video mode, click the button once to start recording and then again to stop the video.