The simplest definition of the word “panoramic”, which, by the way, refers to a view or a picture, is “a wide view surrounding the observer, sweeping”. Therefore, the Panoramic Photos option on Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8+ Plus does just that – offers you the chance to capture a photo with a wider view, including the surrounding scene of what would have normally been a snapshot.
If you find this verbal explanation a tad difficult to understand, certainly, a panoramic photo will worth a thousand words. That’s why we’ve put together for you this guide that will teach you how to take 360-degree pictures with your smartphone’s camera. Expect for frames twice as long as tall and for the ability to immortalize scenes that no human eye can actually process in one view!
To Take Panoramic Photos With Galaxy S8 And Galaxy S8+ Plus Camera…
- Bring up the camera app;
- Look for the Mode option and long-press on it;
- Select the Panorama thumbnail;
- Prepare yourself to take the panoramic photo;
- Tap the shutter button and slowly start moving the camera in one direction;
- As you see the alignment box displayed on the camera window, try to stick to it and keep your picture within that alignment box;
- When you stop moving the camera or you’ve just reached the maximum range, expect for the app to compile the captured frames and put together the panoramic image.
Just like any other photo taken with the camera of a Samsung Galaxy S8 or Samsung Galaxy S8+ Plus, your panoramic photos will be visible within the Gallery app.