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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge: How to Take a 3D Selfie with Virtual Shot Mode in Camera App in Android 5.1.1 Lollipop

If you're bored with the flat selfie and want to show yourself in a new way, you can use the virtual shot mode in the Camera app in your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge so you can show yourself in 3D or in 180 degree panorama of your surroundings. When this mode is enabled, the camera will take a series of photos while you're circling the phone around yourself to create multi-directional views of yourself portrait. This mode is best used when you want to show others about your new look in different angles, where you are, what surroundings look like, etc.


How to take a 3D selfie with virtual shot mode in the Camera app?
You can do so by using the following steps:
  1. Open the Camera app. If the quick launch camera feature is enabled, you can quickly launch the Camera app from any screen by pressing the Home key twice in quick succession.
  2. If it's using the rear camera, tap to switch to the front camera.
  3. Tap Mode to view all available shooting modes.
  4. Tap Virtual shot to enable this shooting mode.
  5. Face the front camera lens. Make sure your face is not too close with the camera and gets enough lighting so that it can easily be detected.
  6. Tap to start taking a 3D selfie with virtual shot mode and then move your phone around you slowly in one direction(to left or right).
  7. Keep moving your phone around you while keeping your position centered on the screen until the arrow becomes completely yellow and then your phone will automatically save the photo. Or, you can also manually stop the camera from taking the photo whenever you want by tapping .
  8. Tap the preview thumbnail to view the photo in the Gallery app.
  9. To view your 3D selfie, tap in the middle of the photo. Your phone will rotate all around the image.
  10. If you'd like to view yourself from different angles, drag your finger left or right on the screen, or tilt your phone left or right.

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