5 Best Tips For Better Photos With Galaxy S9

5 Best Tips For Better Photos With Galaxy S9

With Galaxy S9, Samsung has added another feather in their cap. Apart from all jaw-dropping features, its camera snaps the best moments an unbeatable quality. In this era of heavy megapixels, Galaxy S9 not only comes with better pixel quality but it also provides you with many on-the-go features. However, the features  are only put to good use when you know the exact way and time to use them. Just like many smartphones, Galaxy S9 too have several features, which may not be visible but are there for you to use. It is true that you can click some of the best quality photos that are only possible through a professional DSLRs, if you would know the tips for Galaxy S9 camera.

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Today, we’re going to share 5 best tips for better photos with Samsung Galaxy S9 to help you capture the best of the moments.

1. Pro Mode:

While using S9, it is always better to switch Pro mode as it lets you adjust white balance, shutter speed, exposure compensation, ISO and more. You can swipe right from Live Focus mode to activate the Pro mode on your S9. The Pro mode of your Galaxy S9 also lets you have two circles to lock focus. Here, once you lock on of the focuses, you could find the second circle. You can drag the second circle to any other object in order to lock the focus and exposure on one more thing.

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2. Decoration:

Although, there are many social media apps like Snapchat and Instagram that lets you put funny filters on your images. However, the Samsung Galaxy S9 also comes with a bundle of these funny faces to add to your photos. To try one of these faces, just tap on the bear head icon in the bottom right-hand side of the screen. There, you can select any of the funny face like cat, dog, seal etc. If you don’t find your favorite there, just tap on the ‘+’ button to download more.

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3. Slo-mo:

Are you fond of those Hollywood style slow motion entries? Well, now you can record one of such for you too. Samsung Galaxy S9 comes with a slow-motion feature that lets you capture the exact moment that you wish to catch. As soon as it is turned on, you can record the videos at a whopping 960 FPS (Frames Per Second).

Slo-mo
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4. OIS:

When you’re on a bumpy ride to clicking lots of pictures of your surroundings, you may find those photos blur, which are of no use. However, if you’re using a Galaxy S9, you’re going to get the usual sharp picture even if weren’t stable at the time of clicking. The Galaxy S9 comes with an OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) technology that doesn’t let your unstable hands to ruin your moments.

5. Instant Edits:

If you like to edit your photos and videos, Galaxy S9 provides you with a platform that lets you edit the captured files on the spot. Now you’re able to add random music and much more to your videos and get more likes from you friends.

Instant Edits
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Overall, Samsung Galaxy S9 is more than a smartphone when it comes to its unmatchable camera quality. With S9 in your hands, it is highly unlikely that you would feel the need of a DSLR if you’re planning an outing. Moreover, implementing the above tips for Galaxy S9 camera would help you snap the moments with an added perfection and better picture quality. If you wish to add some more tips and tricks for the Galaxy S9 or its camera, do let us know in the comments below.

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Rishi Sharma is a technical writer at Systweak Software. Being a software developer, he inclines to write about modern technology and progressive security for computers. One staunch admirer of Cricket, Rishi is also an active social worker and a gourmand.

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