Regular photos are great when you’re taking it with a great camera like the one of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus. But adding special effects to it can please you even more, so, in case you haven’t tried it by now, let us introduce you to the Panoramic pictures.
With the help of the Panorama mode, you can capture extended images at 360 degrees, the equivalent of 8 regular photos put together. Wouldn’t you like to see how to use panoramic pictures on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus works when put into practice?
How To Take Panoramic Pictures On Galaxy S9 And Galaxy S9 Plus…
- You should, naturally, begin by bringing up the Camera app;
- Then, access the various options you have at hand, by tapping the MODE button – it must be at the lower left corner of the app’s main window;
- Then, a context menu will pop up and you should see the dedicated Panorama thumbnail listed in there;
- With the panoramic pictures feature enabled, aim at your subject and hit the Shutter button;
- Then, slowly and steadily move the camera in one direction, following the alignment box from the screen of the app;
- You can stop the shooting at any given time or it will automatically turn off once you’ve reached the maximum width supported by this mode, which is eight photographs.
At this stage, the camera will start working on your capture, putting together all the pieces that it has captured. The final result will be accessible from within the Gallery app, just like any other photo or video you’re taking.
Long story short, this is all it takes for actually taking panoramic pictures on Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus. You know the drill, now go get some actual practice!