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5 useful Samsung One UI 4.1 tips to enhance Night Photography

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After the sun sets, the night shows its beauty with the moon and many other stars. Many times you might have thought of capturing that beauty through the camera of your phone and you might have done so. Of course, you must have clicked many good pictures too, but sometimes those photos do not make you as happy as the real environment.

It is much easier to get a great picture when there is enough natural light outside. But night photography can be hard when it’s too dark around you. While Samsung offers some camera features that are specially meant to capture night shots. Samsung One UI Night mode can capture stunning night landscapes with city lights and the star-filled night sky.

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With One UI 4.1, the camera feature has even been improved. This enhanced Night mode allows you to capture bright portraits even in low-light environments. You can take pictures outside through the rear lens as well as the front lens when it is dark.

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Shooting at night is all about being prepared and experimenting with your camera’s different settings. Here are a few Samsung One UI 4.1 Night photography tips to get the most out of your nighttime shots.

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Samsung One UI 4.1 Night Photography Tips

Gear up smartly

Since the camera needs time to pick up a lot of light and then capture its target, stability is very important. So, when you aim to take perfect night shots, you should make sure that your camera remains stable, either by using a tripod or by leaning your phone on a fixed object.

To avoid moving the camera while tapping the shutter button, I suggest using the remote shutter or relying on the camera timer to capture photos with a delay. A flashlight and a power bank are also essential in your little one’s night adventure.

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Explore some epic shots with Night Mode

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With night coming, you can try to capture amazing portraits in a bright sky, streaks of light from vehicles moving around, or give a shot at night pictures – all of which are a new addition to your epic photography.

The Night Mode on your Samsung Galaxy is enhanced by the Brighter Night sensor that lets you take clear and vivid pictures in any dark environment with more speed, and less noise, while controlling the exposure time.

  • On the shooting modes list, tap MORE >> NIGHT.
  • If you set the time that appears at the right bottom of the screen to Max, you may get clearer pictures.
  • Tap the capture button and hold your device steady until shooting is complete.

Samsung One UI 4.1 Enhanced Pro Mode

Aim for the Stars

A sky full of stars is all you need to sharpen your night photography skills. Here are four easy steps to capture a bright starry night with your Galaxy S21 Ultra and Galaxy S22 Ultra.

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  • Switch from automatic settings to manual on your phone by turning on Pro Mode so that you can adjust ISO, shutter speed, and other settings yourself for each shot.
  • Go for a slow shutter speed to capture enough light for the shot.
  • Adjust the white balance between 3500K and 4500K (most likely settling around 4300K), though the ideal setting for your shot will depend on your location and conditions.
  • Set the ISO until your screen’s viewfinder is exactly where you want it.

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Save your photos in RAW format

RAW is the ideal format to save your night shots if you want great editing of your photos. Raw format capture uncompressed data so you can apply your creative vision and decide what the image should look like in terms of contrast, brightness, white balance, and many other settings.

Play around with your photos

Once you have done capturing your picture, try playing around with the various settings.

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  • Use saturation to increase the intensity of color.
  • Contrast can recreate with the light and dark areas of your phones, brightening in that extra punch.
  • Adjust the depth of field to make elements in your shots stand out.
  • Recompose your shots by rotating, flipping around, or cropping them.
  • Explore different views or angles to being your night shots to life.

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Get Samsung One UI 4.1 Control center on Edge panel!

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Edge Panel! Undoubtedly a very useful feature that Samsung One UI offers to its users. It can keep the most important features of your phone tucked to one side so you can quickly use them without wasting time on finding them.

Samsung One UI 4.1 Edge Panel has seen some modification with Android 12, however, the basic functionality of giving users access to certain features haven’t changed. You can use the Samsung edge panel to access your favorite applications, contacts, webpages, tasks, and more.

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But do you know you can also get your Samsung control center on the edges of your phone and can use it from every screen you go through? Yes, you can. It gives you access to multiple settings with one hand.

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Samsung One UI 4.1 edge panels

There’s a voice assistant, screen recording, screen timeout, and many other features. It lets you quickly open apps in pop-up view. You can even change the panel background and can customize it according to your needs and preferences.

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Let’s see how can you get Samsung One UI 4.1 Control center on Edge Panel.

Enable Samsung One UI 4.1 Edge Panel

  • Head over to the Settings of your phone.
  • Enter Display.
  • Swipe down and turn on Edge Panel.
  • Swipe leftward to open Edge Panel.
  • Swipe left or right to select Edge Panel.
  • Tap on the Settings icon to edit or view more Edge Panels.

Samsung Control center Edge Panel

  • Swipe left on the Edge panel handle to open up the menu.
  • Tap on the Settings icon.
  • Tap Galaxy Store at the bottom.
  • Select Control Center.
    • The Control Center Edge Panel isn’t free, you will have to pay $1.88 to download it.
  • Click on charges it asks for and select your payment method.
  • Pay the amount and get access to the Control center on your phone’s edge.

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5 ways to take screenshots on your Samsung One UI 4.1 phone

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If you are reading this, I am sure you are aware of the Screenshots. In today’s digital world, everyone who uses a smartphone captures screenshots whether it is a child studying in school or college, a working person, or a housewife.

Everyone has their own different reason for capturing screenshots. Taking, saving, and sharing screenshots can be extremely helpful. It lets you capture exactly what you’re seeing on your screen to share with others or reference later.

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Android offers many ways to take screenshots. Various phones have different methods to capture it, meanwhile, Samsung alone offers 5 different ways to take one. And here, in this article, we are going to discuss all of these.

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5 ways to take screenshots on Samsung

Use button combinations

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No matter which Samsung Galaxy phone you have, this method for taking a screenshot is the same, but it varies slightly depending on the model. Before you get one, you’ll need to locate the Power and Volume Down keys.

Typically, the volume keys are on the left and the power button is on the right. However, for some models, the positions of the keys may be reversed. Or, all the keys could be on the same side!

When you want to take a screenshot, just hold the Volume Down key and the Power key together. The screen will flash, indicating that a screenshot was captured.

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Use Palm Swipe

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On Samsung One UI 4.1, you can use a palm swipe to take a screenshot without even pressing a single button. To enable this method:

  • Go to Settings of your phone.
  • Select Palm swipe to capture.
  • Tap the switch next to ‘Palm swipe to capture.

Now you’ll be able to take a screenshot just by swiping the edge of your hand across your phone’s screen.

Use Scroll capture

Is that webpage too long to capture in just one screenshot? Scroll Capture lets you take multiple screenshots of a page and then merge them all into one big screenshot. In this way, you get the complete picture.

To use it:

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  • Navigate to the screen you want to capture.
  • To take the screenshot, press the Power key and Volume down key simultaneously.
  • When the Smart capture menu appears, tap the Scroll capture icon – it looks like a downward arrow, and it will bounce up and down.
  • Then, tap the icon a second time to begin the scroll capture process.
  • Keep tapping the icon until it reaches the bottom of the page or your desired spot.
  • When you are done, simply tap outside of the Smart capture menu bar.

Do note that the smart capture icon will not appear unless you are on a large web page, app screen, or image that requires scrolling. It may not work on certain websites. On newer phones, you cannot turn Smart capture off. It’s always enabled.

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Use your voice

If you have Bixby Voice or Google Assistant set up, you can take a screenshot with a simple voice command. Say “Hey Bixby, take a screenshot,” and Bixby will capture what’s on your screen.

You can even string together complex commands and say “Hey Bixby, take a screenshot, and share on Twitter.”

Use S Pen

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If you’ve always been using the S Pen with a compatible phone, why not take a screenshot of it too? The Screen Write feature of the S Pen makes it easy to take quick screenshots of whatever you are doing on the phone.

  • Remove your S Pen from your phone
  • Navigate to the screen you’d like to capture.
  • With your S Pen, tap the Air command menu icon
  • Then tap Screen write.
  • Your phone will automatically take a screenshot of the page you’re on.
  • Use the controls to write or draw on the screenshot if you’d like.
  • When you’re done, tap the Save icon to store the screenshot in Gallery.

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3 ways to recover deleted photos on your Samsung phone

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Accidentally deleted an important picture while freeing up storage space on your phone by deleting useless photos and videos? Don’t worry, Samsung One UI has the ability to recover deleted photos and videos.

With Samsung adding a Recycle Bin to One UI years ago, any photos or videos that are deleted are automatically moved to this location. Also, The company offers Samsung Cloud for saving photos and other files and you can access your gallery and other data through the website as well.

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I am here with 3 ways to recover lost photos on Samsung devices. All you need to do is follow these easy methods and one of these will get all your lost photos back on your device.

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Recover deleted photos on Samsung One UI

Using Gallery app

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Check your Trash: Samsung keeps deleted images and videos in the Trash for 30 days before they are deleted forever. To do this,

  • Open Gallery of your phone.
  • Tap Menu (three dots).
  • Select Trash.
  • Tap Edit.
  • Select photos you want to restore.
  • Finally, tap Restore.

How to Activate Trash?

Trash comes activated by default. In case it is not, navigate Gallery app >> Menu >> Settings >> Select Trash to turn on.

Using Google Photos

Check your Trash: Google keeps deleted images and videos in the Trash for 60 days before they are deleted forever. To do this,

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  • Head over to the Google Photos app.
  • Tap Library.
  • Select Trash.
  • Tap Select.
  • Select photos you want to restore.
  • Tap Restore.
  • Tap the pop-up to restore items.

Check your account:

Some photos may look like they disappeared because you are in a different account.
Check your signed-in account if it is the account you backed up your photos to? If not, sign out, and then sign in with the correct account.

Using Samsung Cloud

Samsung is switching to MS OneDrive for the Gallery sync feature using the cloud. Periodic backups are required to prevent unwanted data loss including photos and videos.

  • Navigate to Gallery.
  • Click on More (three-dots menu).
  • Enter Settings.
  • Tap Cloud sync.
  • Connect your Samsung and Microsoft accounts if needed.
  • Follow on-screen instructions until the sync has started.

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