What is the S pen on a Note 10?
The S Pen is the Galaxy Note 10 Plus photographer’s magic wand. It’s surprisingly useful, as it connects to the phone using Bluetooth, and activates several features wirelessly. Take out the S Pen with the camera app open. The features require you to press the side button and often to make gestures too.
How many different bokeh effects are there?
When you do, there are five different bokeh effects to choose from, selectable from the options above the zoom mode icons. The standard blur is joined by one emphasizing circles, a spin effect, a zoom effect, and “color point,” which isolates your subject in the photo while turning the background black and white.
Which is the best Note 10 Plus?
By Andy Boxall September 18, 2019. The Galaxy Note 10 Plus is the best looking Note smartphone Samsung has ever made, especially in the stunning aura glow color, but what about the camera? The good news is, it’s one of Samsung’s best too, and if you’ve grabbed this great phone with the intention of snapping some pictures worthy ...
Can you use different lenses to record video?
Andy Boxall/DigitalTrends. There’s plenty to do when you switch to recording video. You can still use the different lenses to shoot wide-angle or close-up, and you can adjust the resolution by tapping the Settings cog, then Rear Video Size, and Resolution; but there are also a few features to highlight.
How to find Instagram mode on Samsung?
It essentially puts the Instagram camera into the standard Samsung camera app. To find it, swipe on the menu all the way to the right until you see Instagram highlighted.
How to take a video on Instagram on Samsung?
To find it, swipe on the menu all the way to the right until you see Instagram highlighted. Tap the shutter button to take a still, or hold it down to shoot a short video, just like you would in the Instagram app.
How to take a still on Instagram?
Tap the shutter button to take a still, or hold it down to shoot a short video, just like you would in the Instagram app. When you’ve taken the photo, the app immediately takes you to the Instagram editing mode, where you can add all the usual text, filters, and GIFs before posting to your Story.