The Samsung Galaxy S8 as well as the Galaxy S8+ Plus have a very impressive camera. The camera hardware on the Galaxy is an overhaul of the previous Samsung Galaxy smartphones. Though the camera on the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8+ Plus smartphones is of high quality, you can always make the experience better by trying out a few new tricks.
Using the built-in camera shooting modes
The general experience of using the default shooting mode on your Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8+ Plus will be fine for your snaps but there are various modes which you can find extremely resourceful.
The Pro Mode
The Pro shooting mode comes in handy especially if you are a professional photographer. The Pro mode enables you to tinker with some of the settings such as the ISO levels, aperture and the white balance settings. Use these settings effective for the most artistic photography results.
The Selective focus mode
You can use the selective mode to take multiple shots at varying levels, then later on adjust the focus of your photo once it has been saved in the photo gallery. This is a good way to avoid blurred images. The only thing you have got to be careful about is the allowing more time in order for multiple shots to be taken.
The HDR Mode
Most smartphones have the HDR mode. The HDR mode is a handy feature especially in improving the quality of your photos.
Samsung had this to say about the HDR mode: “By combining multiple photos at different exposures to create the perfect photo, the HDR (High Dynamic Range) setting can help balance out harsh lighting conditions, high contrast, or backlit photos, making the final photo less dark.”
To enable the HDR mode, go to the camera app and simply toggle ON HDR.