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Learn in depth of all about the Galaxy S3 camera through my guide below.

The articles are based on my personal opinion and may subject to errors and mistakes. Do correct me if you found any misleading information.

I have stop updating this blog as this phone may retire from now on with new phones like Note 2 and S4 out in the market. The basics should work just fine and do enjoy the extra features that your new phone brought you.


Disclaimer: This is not a professional review and all the findings and opinions are based on my own experience only.


Part 1: Hardware and Features

Part 2: User Interface

Part 3: Limitations

Part 4: Shooting Mode

Part 5: Scene Mode

Part 6: Summary and Conclusion


CLICK ON THE LINK ABOVE TO START LEARNING ABOUT YOUR CAMERA

BELOW WILL ONLY BE PICTURES UPLOADED TIME TO TIME

Saturday, September 22, 2012

Sharing: Samsung Photo Editor ver 2.2.14

Samsung Apps has updated their photo editor software recently to a newer version, namely Photo Editor ver 2.2.14, available for the Galaxy S3.

Previously, the Photo Editor app that comes along with our phones has pretty much limited functions that many other third party apps doing a better job than this. However, for this recent update, I found out that it became a very useful app for photo editing and I no longer need to transfer my pictures to my PC for editing or maybe using some fake filters to mask my flaws.

The updated app solves many of my limitations and problems for the camera and often I can directly edit my pictures on the go after taking it.

So, what are the functions I used the most for this app? Often with the stock camera, I suffered the difficulty to obtain a proper white balance or exposure, especially when times where I need to snap and go and have no times to fiddle around with the settings. The Photo Editor app provides me the function to edit and correct the exposures and white balance afterwards. 

Screen shots and samples will be provided later. Enjoy shooting and editing!

6 comments:

  1. Gavin, please add my thanks and appreciation to your already long list. Your guide is an excellent one for newbs like me. Glad to know a fellow Malaysian can put out such a quality doc!

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    1. Thank you for your kind comments. just wanna share with all newbie, hoping that they can get good pictures from their phone. It's far from a true professional guide.

      Thanks!

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  2. Gavin! Just wanted to share something hilarious with you..was telling my bf about your blog while he was playing game then I showed him how I had learnt d voice activated shooting thru your blog...tryin to focus while he was playing game..suddenly he shouted "c...b...!" (Cos lost the game) and the camera snapped! Lol!!

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    1. Lol.. Sounds like the same case for my cousin sis when she shouted shit you instead of shoot you.

      Looks like Samsung "secretly" included more voice commands than we know. Lol

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  3. I was using my camera in my Galaxy and got it advanced beyond my being able to get it back to default. How do I do that so that I can go more slowly this time. Thanks Pam

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    1. there's a reset option in the settings.

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