Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra is currently one of the best camera smartphones which can rival the latest iPhone 12 flagships. However, this advanced device's camera features might be too much for other users.

How to Use Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra's Camera Features; Tips for Better Phone Photography
(Photo : Photo by Rankin/Handout/Getty Images for Samsung)
LONDON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 14: In this undated handout photo provided by Samsung, International photographer Rankin creates a collection of portraits and social content shot entirely on the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, collaborating with musician Stefflon Don in transformative 80s-themed photoshoot.

Phone photography is now a thing since most individuals don't want to carry those huge DSLRs and other digital cameras. Many manufacturers are currently developing new smartphones that offer the same output the DSLRs can provide.

But, you need to know how to use these features so that you can actually get the best of them. To help you further, here's how you can use some of Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra's advanced camera features.

Using Galaxy S21 Ultra's camera features

The first one you need to focus on is the device's zoom capability. According to CNET's latest report, this smartphone has a 10x optical zoom, a 3x optical zoom, and can take digitally zoomed images up to 30x or 100x. This means that you need to take a picture first end then zoom it in.

How to Use Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra's Camera Features; Tips for Better Phone Photography
(Photo : Photo by Rankin/Handout/Getty Images for Samsung)
LONDON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 14: In this undated handout photo provided by Samsung, International photographer Rankin creates a collection of portraits and social content shot entirely on the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, collaborating with musician Stefflon Don in transformative 80s-themed photoshoot.

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You can easily use the zoom feature by click the leaf icons. You can also use the numbers that pop up next to the leaf icons. This will allow you to quickly switch from 10x to 30x zooms.

On the other hand, the new device also received a new feature called the "Director's View." This feature is specifically for taking videos.

The new Director's View allows you to see a thumbnail of the video you are taking. This means that you can use it to see how it looks like when you are using different zoom lenses. You can activate it by tapping on the More option, which is located on the mode selection wheel.

After that, all you need to do is tap on the thumbnails to start recording your video in each zoom option. You can click here to know more about the camera features of the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra.

Improving your phone photography skills

According to Blog Hubspot's latest report, there are many methods to consider and tricks to use that can help you improve your mobile photography skills. One of the most basic tricks is using the grid of your smartphone's camera screen. This will allow you to use the "Rules of Third" technique. If you want to focus on an object, you need to make sure that they are inside the position where lines are intersecting.

However, if you are already used to taking photos, you can have your freestyle and take pictures the best way you feel to capture them. On the other hand, you also need to check if your device has an expert mode.

Remember, it is better if you are the one controlling the focus lens of your device. Experts mode allows you to adjust the ISO, aperture, focus, and shutter speed, allowing you to take a scenery better. If you want to know more tricks, all you need to do is click here.

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Written by: Giuliano de Leon.

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