Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Use Camera Best Face Mode

Upgrading your Samsung Galaxy SIII to the Android Jelly Bean will bring some features inside the phone, including with the Camera apps which also get some new shot mode. One of which is low light mode which will allow you to get a better picture while you use the camera to take a picture in low-light condition.

See also: How to Use Camera Low Light Mode on Samsung Galaxy S3

In addition with the low light shot mode, you can also find other shot mode available there named best face. Previously, you may ever seen this feature in the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. This mode will allow you to swap the individual face in the picture taken by the camera with that particular person's different individual expressions to get the best face as you want.

How to use best face mode?
To do so kindly follow the steps listed below:
  1. Open the Camera apps.
  2. Tap the Settings icon.
  3. Tap the Shooting mode, then select Best Face.
  4. Take a group photos.
  5. The camera will take 5 consecutive pictures and will let you to choose the best face for each person in the picture.
  6. Once you've finished, tap Save button to save the result.

This mode will give you better result for group photos because this mode will allow you to get best face for each person of those shots by swapping the desired face of those shots with that particular person's different individual expressions. So, hope this helps :)

1 comment:

  1. good one !!
    i appreciates the choice of words being used in this post and would like to add my experience being a user of such a camera. I too bought Best cameras six months ago and its been awesome. Its been awesome in capturing the images.


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