How to Take HDR Photos with Samsung Galaxy
HDR, standing for high dynamic imaging, is a technique introduced to imaging and photography. Nowadays this technique is widely applied to Android cameras for the lights of Samsung Galaxy S8/S8 Plus/S7 Edge/S7/S6 Edge/S6, allowing users to reproduce a better dynamic range of luminosity than with standard digital photographic one. If you want to snap greater moments with your Samsung Galaxy, take HDR photos. This guide will show you how to turn on HDR mode on your device.
Method 1. Turn on HDR in Setting Menu
First, turn on Settings menu. Launch the camera application in your Android phone. Then tap the Setting button (the gear icon at the corner).
Second, turn on HDR mode. Amongst all the options, locate HDR. If the current status is off, touch the button and turn it on.
Method 2. Directly Enable HDR Mode
First, open the Android camera. Go to the application menu on your Android phone. Then launch the Android camera by tapping the icon on the desktop. Check whether the HDR mode is on or not. If not, continue to proceed.
Second, turn on HDR mode on Android. Touch the HDR button. This will turn on the HDR mode of the Samsung Galaxy camera.
When HDR mode is on, you can tap the Shutter button and take HDR photos with your Samsung Galaxy.
With HDR mode, you can shoot fancy moments. Before writing this post, I've tried to take a picture using HDR mode with my Samsung Galaxy S7. As the below collage shows, the image that was taken with HDR mode had a greater exposure portion than the one taken with Auto mode. So, why not have a try?
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