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Advanced Photo & Video Features

Advanced Photo & Video Features

Learn how to access and use Camera modes, effects, customization, and crop a photo.


INSTRUCTIONS & INFO

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To access the Camera app, from the home screen select the camera app Camera app.

In this tutorial, you will learn how to:

• Access camera modes
• Customize photo and video settings
• Switch between regular and wide angle
• Use Night mode
• Use Portrait mode
• Crop a photo
• Access camera filters

Access camera modes

From the Camera app, swipe left or right to access camera modes such as Panorama, Portrait, Slow-motion and Time-lapse

Note: Panorama allows you to create wider photos by stitching together multiple photos. Portrait allows you to highlight the subject of a photo by blurring the background. Slow-motion allows you to record videos at a high frame rate which can be played in slow motion. Time-lapse allows you to capture changes that happen slowly in a smooth time-lapse video.

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Customize photo and video settings

From the Camera app, select the settings icon Settings icon then edit settings as desired.

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Switch between regluar and wide angle

From the camera screen, select the Angle icon to switch between regular and wide angle.

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Use Night mode

Use Night mode to take brighter and sharper photos under low light conditions. From the Camera settings screen, swipe right to Night then select the Capture icon.

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Use Portrait mode

From the Camera app, swipe right to Portrait. Select and drag the Blur slider to blur the background as desired, then select the Capture icon.

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Crop a photo

1. From the Camera app, select the Gallery icon. Swipe left to the desired photo, then select the Edit icon.

Note: Alternately, from the home screen select the Photos app Photos app then navigate to and select the desired photo.

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2. Select Crop. Select and drag the crop corners to crop as desired, then select Save copy.

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Access camera filters

From the Edit screen, swipe left to Filters. Select the desired filter, then select Save copy.

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