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Galaxy S6 edge+ camera put to the test by award-winning photographer, proves spectacular

How good is the Galaxy S6 edge+ camera? It’s so good that an award-winning photographer uses it. How do we know? Just ask Australian-born turned American photographer Peter Lik, who recently put the S6 edge+’s 16MP back camera to the test and produced some amazing photos with it. Lik modeled off his photos of the American Southwest last month in Shanghai for the Galaxy S6 edge+ launch. He has already shown off his American photos, but the next photo exhibit will showcase the panoramic images of nature taken during Lik’s China travels.

Lik is the highest-selling photographer in the world with half a billion dollars worth of sold photography, and his decision to use the Galaxy S6 edge+ shows that award-winning photographers will use no less than the best when it comes to capturing the best scenes of nature and life that the moment provides. Samsung was able to achieve such a feat by implementing f/1.9 camera apertures on both front and back cameras and enlarging the pixels, which brings in more light. Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and S6 edge cameras have been awarded the #1 smartphone photography spot by photography expert company DxOMark, so it seems that the praise from Lik about one of Samsung’s latest smartphones is confirmatory.

Peter Lik is a photographer by profession, but the genius behind Samsung’s Galaxy S6 edge+ is that you need not have Lik’s photography skills to capture awesome scenes that relive the moment. Take a look at his photos below an if you want to see more hit the source link.

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iHeartBretski
iHeartBretski

I am also curious why he chose the Edge+ over the Note5

sissy2
sissy2

Awesome photos done with a awesome samsung galaxy phone.

Neeraj Lakkapragada
Neeraj Lakkapragada

The S6 Edge+ looks to be a great device for multimedia.

masterross
masterross

Device w/o SD card cannot be used for multimedia!

Neeraj Lakkapragada
Neeraj Lakkapragada

Well, if you use 4k recording,you wouldn’t want to use the SD card.Only thing the device lags is water-proofing and front facing stereo speakers.

Martin R.
Martin R.

What the heck are you talkin about dude? 64 GB is enough to have as a multimedia device…

jpd514
jpd514

Saturday late afternoon I was horseback riding in a forest trail. Suddenly my horse became excited and I saw two deers watching us. I pulled out my Note 5 and thanks to the fast mechanism of the camera I had time to take beautiful photos of the deer who were observing us. Deer began to run in the same direction that the trail, I put my horse to gallop and I was able to film them for a few unforgettable seconds until they disappear. Thank you Samsung to have developed the technology which allowed me to capture this magnificent images… Read more »

dinuggeorge
dinuggeorge

Positive news about a Samsung mobile device: no comments or barely none.
Any other news about a Samsung mobile device: comments be like – no microsd, no ir bullcrap, no removable battery where is update for Note 4, S5, etc. I will never buy Samsung again. Don’t like your phone? Sell it and buy one that you like.
I’m sick of this…grow up people…what has sammobile become?

nkolsen
nkolsen

Apple sheep trolls. … they are everywhere nowadays. Regarding the article, absolutely stunning images. And awesome that some pro’s can show the rest of the world that devices doesn’t need fruit on them to be great for taking beautiful images.

yoosufmuneer
yoosufmuneer

Exactly the same thing I was wondering of. This is Sammobile after all

chi-hin
chi-hin

Agreed

Martin R.
Martin R.

Well we as the team have that same feeling and we were debating one day to turn the comments off.