Galaxy Note 8: Dual Camera > How to take portraits using Live focus feature?

Last Update date : Nov 23. 2020

* Please note, this section is designed to give you basic product troubleshooting information, also refer to your user manual for more information.

The Live focus feature allows the camera to capture the subject and the background separately so that you can get an out-of-focus photo with the focus on the subject. Adjust the background blur effect on the preview screen and take a photo that highlights the subject. This feature is recommended that you position subjects about 1.2 m away from the camera lens. Position the subject that you want to focus on close to the device. Also, use this feature in a place that has sufficient light. 

Note: This feature is available only in AUTO mode

1 From the Apps list, tap Camera.
2 On the preview screen, tap LIVE FOCUS to use the Live focus feature.
3 Focus on a particular subject by dragging the background blur adjustment bar to the left or right to adjust the blur level.
4 Tap Camera icon to take a photo.
Galaxy Note 8: Dual Camera > How to take portraits using Live focus feature?
5 Select a photo taken with the Live focus feature and tap ADJUST BACKGROUND BLUR.
6 Drag the background blur adjustment bar to the left or right to adjust the blur level, and then tap to save photo.

To save the edited photo as another file, tap SAVE AS NEW FILE

Galaxy Note 8: Dual Camera > How to take portraits using Live focus feature?

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