Prendre de meilleures photos sur les Samsung Galaxy S10 avec un bon de commande de caméra de Google…

Take better pictures on the Samsung Galaxy S10 with a Google Camera port

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prendre des photos mieux sur le Samsung Galaxy S10 avec un port de la caméra de Google

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22 réflexions au sujet de “Prendre de meilleures photos sur les Samsung Galaxy S10 avec un bon de commande de caméra de Google…”

  1. I use Gcam for Portrait, selfie, and nightsite otherwise I prefer the samsung camera. Alot of though has to go into each shot because of this lol. Bixy button for Gcam then double click power for regular

  2. more contrast =/= better

    brighter =/= better

    The snow shots from the first examples are bad on the Gcam port. This is a problem that plagues Gcam (and the pixel) mostly with vegetation in the picture, there are some new Libs that fix this like Fi V4. Look at the tree’s, all detail is lost in the gcam pictures not to mention that the contrast is just very unnatural regardless.

    The night comparison the Night sight is brighter but there is a lot of noise and the house is blown out and the detail is lost on it.

    I’ve said it before and i’ll say it again, on Samsung devices use the default camera app. It gives a better experience overall and *most* of the time it will take a better picture. Gcam will only give you a better picture in a few select cases (gcam is namely very good for scenes that *naturally* have a lot of contrast because of how gcam does its exposure metering).

  3. I tried the GCam port on my Note 9 and was not impressed with the overall results. A very limited number of photos would turn out looking better than Samsung’s app, but most photos looked better taken with Samsung’s stock camera app. For this reason, I’m sticking with the stock Samsung app on my S10+.

  4. I’ve been having some with with gcam on my S10 for 4 days or so. I think the S10 is better at macro photography. You can bring the camera very very very close to the subject and it focuses. Gcam doesn’t focus when really close, and even when I back out a bit the photos are brighter, clearer, and closer with the S10 camera. The selfie camera is pretty even for both, but gcam is better for high detail macro shots. Sometimes I like the image better on gcam, sometimes Samsung. You should completely turn down beauty mode in the S10 though. Night sight completely blows Samsung out of the water in low light photography though. The regular camera is also usually better on gcam. And finally, you’ve got wide angle with Samsung.

    I think having an S10 with gcam is probably the best smartphone camera experience out there. You get to use both camera softwares to their strengths.

  5. That snow scene wasn’t very favorable to the Gcam port at all. The colors and white balance were very garish, with the contrast being dialed up just a bit too much to the point where the scene just looks unnatural.

    I don’t understand why people are so gaga over Google’s post processing in regular daytime shots. The contrast is usually dialed up so high that it almost makes my eyes water. Samsung was rightfully criticized for simply turning up saturation and calling it a day with their post processing in the past, but Google’s tendency of just cranking up the contrast also should be called out too.

  6. Just for shits and giggles I installed this on an S8+ and it launched but crashes as soon as you switch to a different mode.

    I’m bored. Wish cstark27’s current S8+ GCam was updated with Night Sight.

  7. I followed the instructions to a tee and portrait mode doesn’t seem to be working at all.

    Also it take a while for the photos to show up on my Google photos if they ever do at all.

  8. How about just use Samsung’s camera software and send samesung feedback directly? That the only way they can improve, everything shouldn’t be googles camera software, there no innovation in that lol

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