Everything you need to know about Galaxy S8 camera settings are explained.
This Galaxy S8 camera guide explains to you when you need to use use Galaxy S8 camera settings, and the meanings of all entries in Galaxy S8 camera settings.
Why you need to understand Galaxy S8 camera settings?
Most of the time, you may find the default Galaxy S8 camera settings are sufficient. You can just use Auto mode with rear camera or selfie mode with front camera to capture desired photos.
You can also apply Galaxy S8 camera effects to any photos without accessing Galaxy S8 camera settings in Galaxy S8 and S8+.
But sooner or later, you will find you have to change some settings for the camera app in Galaxy S8 and S8+.
For example, when taking selfies, you may want to avoid the mirrored photo, and want to get the photo as previewed..
Or, you may want to use the timer for Galaxy S8 camera.
Or, you may want to use the floating camera button to take photos with Galaxy S8 camera app.
Or, you may want to enable Galaxy S8 camera quick launch to start camera app from any screen by pressing power button twice quickly.
Or, you may just want to change the photos size or photo aspect ratio.
For any of these, you need to access and use Galaxy S8 camera settings.
In Galaxy S8 and S8+, Samsung moved some options from camera app interface to camera settings. For example, in previous Galaxy phones timer and photo size can be accessed from the camera interface instantly. But in S8, they can only be accessed in Galaxy S8 camera settings.
Actually, Samsung started this change in Android Nougat update for Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S6.