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How to Settings Camera on the Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+

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How to Settings Camera on the Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+

How to Settings Camera on the Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+ - Here's the best Galaxy S10 camera guide to settings your Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10, S10+ and S10 5G models. Learn How to set up and take the best picture on Galaxy S10 features zoom, effect, live focus, blur or bokeh, panorama and a HRD manual mode with the best beautiful selfie, AR emoji, wide selfie and more in this S10 tutorial tips and tricks.

How to Settings Camera on the Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+

Before take the best pictures with Galaxy S10 camera take a review Galaxy S10 that there are some difference between S10, S10e and S10+

Galaxy S10 Camera

Front Camera

All 3 Galaxy S10s really new camera from Samsung manufacture and each specs are different, here are:

Galaxy S10e has 1 Camera 10MP Selfie
Galaxy S10 have 1 front camera 10MP
Galaxy S10+ best choice with dual camera on the front 10MP+8MP

Live Focus was originally introduced on the Note series. But now it’s available

Live Focus on Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+, and it’s called Artistic Live Focus lets you add a blur effect to the picture to make the subject really stand out. On the new Galaxy S10 series, Artistic Live Focus lets you choose from several different types of blur to make images stand out even more.

How to Take best Selfie on Galaxy S10?




To Take best Selfie on Samsung Galaxy S10 use Artistic Live Focus manually by open the Camera app, and then navigate to your desired camera, now in S10 Live Focus works on both the rear and front cameras. Touch Live focus and select to adjust a blur effect you like. You can also use the slider to adjust the level of blur. When you’re ready, touch Capture to take the picture. To see the photo, navigate to Gallery, and then select the picture. If you want to use a different effect, touch Change background effect and then apply your desired changes.

Rear Camera

Samsung Galaxy S10 rear camera have the same basic camera modes: Photo, Video, Pro, Artistic Live Focus, Food, Super Slow Mo, Slow Motion, and Hyperlapse, but they had a major difference below:

S10e Dual camera rear 12MP+16MP does not have Optical Zoom.
S10 Triple camera rear 12MP+12MP+16MP has the Optical Zoom feature
S10+ Triple camera rear 12MP+12MP+16MP has Optical Zoom and a Portrait camera.

The Samsung S10 camera has improvement an intelligent features there are : Scene Optimizer, Shot suggestions, and Flaw Detection.

How to take photo on Galaxy S10?



Just unlock Galaxy S10 and open camera by tap the icon to use the New Camera Settings on the Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+, it's ready to take a photograph. Should you know there are new S10 camera modes you can select one of them : Food photo, Panorama, Pro Camera, Live focus with bokeh effect or Shoot Photo.

With Scene Optimizer your Galaxy S10 supports 30 modes: Face, Baby, Person, Dog, Cat, Food, People, Beaches, Sky, Mountain, Sunset, Sunrise, City, Snow, Waterfall, Watersides, Scenery, Stage, Vehicles, Drinks, Flowers, Trees, Greenery, Animal, Shoes, Backlit, Indoor, Text, Clothes, Night view. Accuracy of Scene Optimizer and Flaw Detection may differ depending on shooting conditions including multiple subjects, being out of focus, or moving subjects.

Galaxy S10 Camera tips and tricks

If you like a blur detection or bokeh effect our Galaxy S10 Camera tips and tricks for the best photo take a 1.5 meters or closer to the S10 camera. Lens smudge and backlighting detection notifies once every 24 hours if flaw is detected. Backlight detection works when HDR is turned off. Your phone also has the brand-new Optical Zoom feature in S10's rear camera.

While in Video mode you choose the S10 camera settings : a Super Slow-mo, Slow motion or Hyperlapse and Super Slow-mo only supports HD resolution.

As a Galaxy S10 Users you can can record approximately 0.4 seconds of video captured at 960 fps with approximately 12 seconds of playback. While record approximately 0.8 seconds of video captured at 480 fps and digitally enhance the video to 960 fps with approximately 24 seconds of playback. Playback time can be edited in S10 Super Slow-mo player. Advertisement