As owners of the Galaxy Note 3 would probably know, the camera on-board the Note 3 is, by default, set to full auto. This means you only need to pick the subject of your shot, and then start firing your shutter.
While it has got fast focusing and virtually zero shutter lag making it a very enjoyable camera to shoot with, the results of your shooting may sometimes makes you think what exactly went wrong – shots were blur and not as sharp as those you saw in reviews. Granted, Note 3 does a pretty good job when it comes to the quality of photos, but it just doesn’t quite cut it, when there is motion in the picture frame when you took it.
Now, aside from the Auto mode there are 12 photo modes that you can choose from. If you are not the type who would want to sift and try through all of them, then fret not. Here’s the trick – to solve your problem of not-so-sharp images, especially when you are indoors, and light is low – select the Sports photo mode.
“Why Sport mode when I am not even shooting fast moving objects?”, you may ask. Well, this mode is the mode that will keep the shutter speed quicker than it would be in Auto mode. This makes your “fast-moving objects” – which could very well be your friends moving in front of your camera – appear sharper than it would be in Auto mode.
Hopefully, your less-than-sharp-pictures experience will turn out with sharper-than-normal in the future, and you will be a happier photography of your favourite people and things!