Last month, Samsung had the ingenious idea of partnering with Discovery to demonstrate the Galaxy S21 Ultra’s camera prowess by shooting a short wildlife documentary using only the phone. The company is now at it again and has just released another video that shows just how good the Galaxy S21 Ultra camera can be in the hands of a wildlife photographer when combined with the Expert RAW app.
Samsung has released a new video featuring wildlife photographer Shaaz Jung on a journey to capture breathtaking moments using the Galaxy S21 Ultra and the Expert RAW camera app. As some of you might remember, Samsung released the Expert RAW app for the Galaxy S21 Ultra in November to give mobile photographers a more robust solution with lots more options for fine-tuning.
Samsung’s default Camera app is designed to give every user a good chance to capture great photos, whether or not they know anything about photography. The setup takes advantage of AI and auto modes for various scenes, all the while offering some (but limited) control over certain aspects, such as ISO. The Expert RAW app, on the other hand, takes things to another level, and it doesn’t hold back in terms of what’s willing to let you tune, control, and potentially mess up. You could get lost in all the settings if you’re not a mobile photography buff, but novice and expert photographers that want more control over their shots will have it.
The latest wildlife video by Samsung showcases the Galaxy S21 Ultra’s camera capabilities in real-world environments, and besides that, the scenery alone makes the video worth it even if you’re not a Galaxy smartphone user or a Samsung fan. Check it out below.
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