Pour your drink of choice and take it somewhere sunny. Then position the glass so it casts a unique shadow. Switch your camera to Pro Mode, tap the aperture icon, and set it to f2.4. Then drag the shutter speed left or right, and take the shot.
Play around with the composition by adding more glasses and objects to the setting.
Face a beautiful landscape, sit on the ground, and stretch out your legs. Hold your Galaxy Note9 at a low angle, select Auto Mode, and tap your feet. Then wait for the sunset icon to appear and take the shot.
To make your photo even more interesting, add some props to the foreground, like a blanket or a book.
Have your partner stand in front of the sunset while holding a blanket over their body. As they do, place your Galaxy Note9 on a tripod or stable surface facing them, select Pro Mode, and set the aperture to f2.4. Then join them, pose, and click the Bluetooth Trigger on your S Pen to take a selfie.
Go to your favorite spot at magic hour–the part of dawn or dusk when the sun’s the most red. Use a tripod or a stable surface to prop up your phone, set your camera to Auto Mode, and tap the sun once it hits the trees. Then take your photo.
Feel free to experiment with your shot by showing more ground or sky.
Place your Galaxy Note9 on a tripod or stable surface, and point it at a window with a view. Drag the brightness scale left or right to darken or lighten the scene. Then, lock the focus on the railing, walk into the picture, and click the Bluetooth Trigger on your S Pen to take the photo.
Get a friend to stand in front of a large, hollow object. Then line up a shot on the other side so they’re in the middle of the frame. Lock the focus on your subject by holding your finger on the screen for one second, and take the shot.
Find an interesting object or structure somewhere? Try turning it into a frame.
First, look around to see what you can frame up, and position your subject matter squarely in the middle of your frame. While on Auto Mode, hold your thumb on your subject until the the AF/AE Lock circle appears. Then take your shot.
Set up two chairs in a room: one right-side-up, and another with its legs facing a wall. Next, put your Galaxy Note9 on a tripod or stable surface, aim it at the scene, and sit in the upright chair in a pose that looks like you’re falling.
Then take your photo by clicking the Bluetooth Trigger on your S Pen. In your Gallery, spin the photo 90° by tapping Photo Editor Pro > Transform > Rotate.
Grab a friend and a lightweight object, like a tennis ball or an empty cup with a lid.
Set your camera to Auto Mode and take a Burst Shot while your friend throws the object into the air. Do this by pressing and holding the shoot button. Then pick out the image in your Gallery where the object is at its peak.
Serve a unique meal in a simple dish. Make sure there’s contrast between the food, the plate, and the table. Then hold your Galaxy Note9 above it, put it on Auto Mode, let the food icon appear, and shoot.
The Note9 recognizes food automatically and optimizes it to enhance the presentation.
Find a staircase or bleachers on a sunny day, and set your Galaxy Note9 on a stable surface or tripod. Then stand in a way that casts your shadow onto the steps and experiment with different poses. As you do, click the Bluetooth Trigger on your S Pen to take your picture.
Go into a sunny room with lace curtains. Position a friend in front of the sun and move the curtains so a light tattoo forms on them. Then tap the brightest part of the picture to create stark shadows, and take the shot.