Dan Gookin demonstrates special Camera app shooting modes. Learn how to take a panoramic image of wide subject matter or shoot a photo sphere to capture all around you and post to social media. Use the lens blur feature to capture items up close.
- [Narrator] The two common shooting modes…for the camera app you already know:…still shot and video.…Other modes you may not know about…but probably want to know more about…are panorama, photosphere, and lens blur.…Other camera apps may feature additional shooting modes,…but these three are the most common.…To access the shooting modes in the Google camera app,…tap the side menu icon, and here they are.…For the current Samsung camera app,…you swipe from left to right…to view the various shooting modes.…
For a panoramic shot, the camera stitches images together.…Choose that mode.…Now start at the far left or far right…of the image you want to capture.…On-screen directions may help you get started.…Tap the shutter icon…and the first image is captured.…When you hear the tone or the dot is circled,…proceed to the next dot.…Wait and then continue to the next dot and so on.…
In some camera apps the capture may be continuous,…with no dot showing.…Tap the checkmark or done button…to complete the panorama.…The resulting panoramic image is then stitched together…
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