Is there a way I can look at my panorama pictures on Galaxy S6 on Lollipop 5.0.2 without the "logo" in the middle of the photo telling me it's a panorama? I have to press the logo, which zooms the photo and create a "video effect" of the photo.. How can I just look at the panorama picture completely without the logo in the middle?
One of the features of my new Galaxy S6 is that when I view a panoramic picture I have taken with the phone I can press the icon over the picture an the image will zoom in to full screen and automatically pan across the entire image so I can see the full detail of the picture I have taken. This works great on the phone. I went on vacation and took several dozen of these images at various locations and I would like to be able to make a video that replicates this same behavior of pan and zoom from these images so I share them with friends and family.
Any way I can convert the panorama to a zoom and pan video?
I recently purchased a Z5, upgrading from an iPhone 5S.I've noticed that the panoramas come out just awful. The resolution is low and I get a lot of 'shaking lines' despite none appearing on my iPhone and both were taken with very minimal movement. There don't seem to be any individual Panorama settings but all other settings including the basic camera are set to the highest resolution.
I took a comparison shot of my kitchen with both my 5S and the Z5 and the difference was significant and immediately noticeable. Am I missing something that improves the quality or do I have to just put up with less than acceptable Panorama quality for a phone of this calibre?
How to take panarama images with xperia play ,ive looked through the menus on the camera and cant see it..its stated in specs as having panarama and indeed 3d panarama mode..one of the options that swayed me in the purchace ,even my years old lg had panarama option.
How to disable flash in Nokia Panorama app? I noticed that there is only image resolution setting in Panorama setting, which is different from what this app publish in Ovi Store that has three settings, i.e. image resolution, autofocus, save panorama to album. Capturing image in Panorama with flash when under light spoil the image quality, giving unacceptable result & make this app totally not practical. Panorama free downloaded from Ovi store : [URL]. Is it after Nokia N8 updated to Anna cause incompatible for this app? I remember before updated to Anna, Panorama works & no flash when capturing image.
My phone model & firmware version : Model : N8-00 Firmware : Symbian Anna 022.014
3D Sweep Panorama function, can not find this option in my MOBILEsomeone could help me that is not.the link appears to have that option http://www.sonymobile.com/global-es/products/phones/xperia-p/specifications
I just recently got my 6+ and took it to a trip into the mountains with me. I noticed that when making a vertical panorama the iphone doesn't use a continuous focus, which makes the photo look blurry outside of the original focus area. I was under the impression that it would keep focusing until the panorama shot was done.Â Not that the top of the photo is focused and the bottom is blurry. URL...
I read that if I remove my original pictures from my S6, all those pictures will be removed from my google photos as I am interacting with the cloud--instead of just my android phone. But I need to clear up some space on my 64gb phone.
I have the international SM-G920I version of the S6, running the latest 5.1.1 update.Recently, it has started giving me issues in the Google Photos app. I am unable to back up any photos. When I go open the app and go to the Assistant tab, it always shows "Backing up 1 item out of XX".
When I go to the "Backup & Sync" settings of the app, I get constant toast notifications saying "Backing up 1 out of XX". I factory reset my phone and tried again, however the issue persists. I am able to upload photos onto Google Photos using my computer, so it does not seem to be an issue in my Google account.
I have a Galaxy S6 Edge, and I am having an issue with viewing photos on the phone. When I view photos with the Photos app (google plus photos app), zooming in does not reveal any additional detail and the photo looks very blurry. When I use the built in Gallery app, however, I can zoom in and see very crisp detail in the image. I know it isn't an issue with the image itself, because I can view it fine in the Gallery app. Even in the Photos app, if I view the details of the image, it shows the full resolution of the image, but when I zoom in the photo is very blurry.
I've just got the galaxy s6 and I am so impressed with the phone so far but there's one feature that doesn't seem to be here that was on previous Samsung phones. The ability to tap anywhere on the screen to take photos. "tap to take pics" on the settings screen. Am I missing this somewhere or have Samsung removed it?
I have moved to a Galaxy S6 after being an iPhone user since 2009. I love the phone, but I can't exactly figure out how to transfer my photos to my Mac running OS Yosemite. I had installed Samsung Smart Switch, but it appears that this application is for getting information from my old iOS device to my S6. I am fully aware that I can use sources like Google Drive and Drop Box to upload the photos, but I would rather do this via USB.
Samsung Kies does not work with the S6 based on my initial use of that program. When using the program with the S6 I received a prompt to use Smart Switch as Kies does not work with the S6. A suggestion that was given to me today was use Android File Transfer for Mac. I read though that this will not work with the S6 either. I would be happy at this point to simply plug the device in and go to finder and work with the files like I can on a Windows machine, but I don't see myself using a Windows PC any time in the future.
I want to delete all the auto-backed-up photos on my S5 and leave only the photos on device. Followed directions on google support page but I can't find a way to delete all by checking the first one and scrolling through to the last one - no shift key like using a computer to delete all. Turned off auto back-up and unchecked sync, but still can't do a mass delete.
I tried to move some photos from device to sd card, the move seemed to work but the photos now are black with a with like a ! mark in them.. More info shows its a jpg file and the size, looks like its physically still there but unsupported?
I took some photos today on my S5 and even reviewed some of them straight away, but now they are missing. I definitely didn't delete any but I can't find them in any folders. Is there a way I can get those photos back again?