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Wednesday, February 16, 2022

How to Take Long Exposure Photos on a Samsung Galaxy Phone


Samsung Galaxy camera app.

How to Adjust Shutter Speed on a Samsung Galaxy Phone

First, open the camera app on your Samsung Galaxy phone and tap “More” in the bottom toolbar.

Tap "More" in the toolbar.

Here are all the different camera modes you can use. The one we want is “Pro” mode.

Select "Pro" mode.

The setting that we’re interested in here is “Speed.” Shutter speed is indicated as a fraction—like 1/30—or a solid number. The numbers indicate how long the shutter is open. 1/30 is 1/30th of a second, 5 is simply five seconds.

Shutter speed.

To adjust the shutter speed, tap “Speed” and use your finger to slide the dial. Which speed should you use? You’ll need to experiment a bit to find the sweet spot for your situation, but typically, anything longer than 1/30 will be slower than a regular photo.

Adjust shutter speed.

Note: You will also need to pay attention to aperture and ISO to get the best long exposure photos.

Tap the shutter button when you’re ready to take the photo. You will see a progress circle indicating how long the shutter is open.

Tap the shutter to snap the photo.

That’s all there is to it.

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