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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Use Buddy Photo Share

Several shot mode that equipped Samsung Galaxy SIII camera will allow you to take a picture with a different result. One of them is beauty shot mode that will allow the camera to remove the facial imperfection, removing noise or even an acne in photo that will resulting on very clear and smooth face.

See also: How to Use Camera Beauty Shot Mode on Samsung Galaxy S3

One more useful feature that comes with this phone's camera is buddy photo share that will allow you to tag a person on a photo with a contact name and send it to them.

How to use buddy photo share?
You can use it as easy as you use another camera's features avalaible on this phone. Here the steps:
  1. Open Camera app from the Home screen. Or you can access it by going to Apps through Home screen then tap Camera.
  2. Tap the shooting mode icon or the square symbol located on the left side of the viewfinder screen.
  3. On the pop up menu select Buddy Photo Share. When the dot indicator next to mode option shows green means that mode is selected.
  4. Take a photo of some peoples by tapping the camera icon.
  5. In a photo result will appear a yellow box that indicate any face detected by the camera, then tap the yellow box.
  6. Tap Add name.
  7. Tap the required contact you wish to tag.
  8. To add more face tag, repeat from the steps #5.
  9. Once you finish add name you wish to tag, tap on blank area of the photo to send it to the contacts.
  10. Tap Send button located on the upper right corner of the screen.
  11. Here you will see all contact that you have tagged before, tick the checkbox next to the contact to select them.
  12. Tap OK button. Now the picture will be sent to the selected contacts.

Well, it's easy and fun, right? By knowing on how to use buddy photo share, now you can share the picture with ease by tag the face in the photo with the required contact name then send the picture to them. So, try this tips then share your experience here through the comment below :)


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