Samsungline has some new camera features, including the ability to zoom out before taking a photo with just a few taps. If you just your shiny new Galaxy S10, then here's what you need to know to work with the camera app and get the best shot possible.
Take ultra wide images
Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus both have a third camera on the back of the phone. The purpose of the new supplement is to take very wide-angle photos – a function that is extremely useful in certain situations.
To switch to the new camera, look for and tap the three tree icon, just over the shutter button and shooting modes.
Or if you have the Galaxy S10 Plus, you can switch to the other forward-facing camera, which acts as an ultrasonic camera by tapping the two-tree icon.
With the Scene Optimizer enabled, S10 can take brighter photos in dark environments, double as a document scanner or add starburst spots to lights in the background.
Touch the Settings icon in the viewfinder, and then press ] Scene Optimizer . Switch which of the available options you want to use, then go back to the camera and take pictures as you normally would.
The S10 camera can suggest the best way to frame a shot, and if you want it can also take the picture with it, everything is lined up properly.
For example, when shot suggestions determine the image you should take, you will see a white circle and a white ball on the viewfinder. Line the ball up with the circle and hold for a few seconds to allow S10 to catch the shot.
To enable Shot Selection, press the Settings icon in the viewfinder and then turn the power switch next to Shot Selection to the position on .
Get More Out of Live Focus
S10 can take portraits that add blur or bokeh to the background of the image. But now you can adjust the type and intensity of the effect applied to the background of the image.
The new effects are spin bokeh, zoom bokeh, color point and blur. When you switch to Live Focus shooting mode, you will notice the new options as well as a slider just above the shutter button. You can apply and preview the effects in real time.
If you change your mind after taking the photo, don't worry – you can edit it in the Gallery app and choose another effect.
Modify available camera modes
Deselect the modes you do not want as an option. You can also rearrange different modes based on your wishes.
Capture a GIF
Instead of having to take a video and then cheat with the Gallery app or any third-party app, enable this feature to capture and create a GIF by simply holding the shutter button.
Go to camera settings then press Hold the camera button to > Create GIF . Instead of capturing a shot or taking a single photo, S10 will take multiple shots and combine them into an animated image.
At the top of the viewer you see some text that reads "Bixby Vision". This feature will use the S10's camera to try to identify real objects and, depending on what it is, give you more information or links to purchase the item.
Located next to Bixby Vision is an option to start AR Emoji. These cartoon characters are created by taking a selfie and then letting the phone come up with an animated character that will look like you. You can customize and modify AR Emoji at your own discretion, then place the character in pictures or send animated stickers in the Messages app.