How to take outstanding
indoor pictures

4 tips to shoot like a Pro


Don’t be afraid to take night shots

When capturing scenes in low-light conditions, we are often disappointed to see that our pictures come out blurry, grainy or just dissimilar to what’s in front of us. But the Galaxy S20’s camera is set to change all that thanks to its larger image sensor, which means that even in default camera mode, photos and videos come out clear and true to life regardless of lighting conditions. Indeed, your balcony is a great choice to try out the Night shot!


Appreciate every little item in your home

Now that we are on restricted mobility, it could be easier to use the items in it as your subject. When you start looking around, you will realise there are tonnes of stuff that can be used to create interesting shots. All you need is some imagination to exploit them, it can be your food, glass, stairs and etc.


Be creative on your camera settings

The Pro Mode setting in Galaxy S20 series allows you to have more creative control over your images by providing the opportunity to adjust certain settings, such as the aperture, exposure time, ISO and others that may affect your photography outcome. The Pro Mode is one of your best friends when taking low light photos, so learn to use it properly by adjusting the ISO or shutter speed. How to use the Pro Mode? That’s easy! What you need to do is just open your Galaxy S20 camera, swipe to “MORE” and select “Pro Mode”.


Get a closer look at the subject you want

Space Zoom means you’re able to zoom in on what matters to you while retaining photo clarity. Even if you’re looking to take a picture of something really far away – such as the moon – you’ll be able to capture your luminescent subject as if it’s right there in front of you with Space Zoom.

Now that you’ve learned these tips for stunning indoor photos, let’s take a try today at home!

*Photo shot on Galaxy S20 Ultra; minor details including white balance, contrast, brightness have been adjusted.

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