Does anyone have the tips to shoot the long exposure in daylight without ND filter? Like the IPhone has the "live" feature on its camera to give you a good long exposure photo in daytime. Thank you everyone.
@nguyenhtuan: I recommend checking out Pro Mode, as this allows for deeper customistion for your photos, including increasing/decreasing the exposure. To access Pro Mode, open the Camera app > Swipe over to 'More' > Pro Mode. For further details about using Pro mode, please check out this handy guide from our friends at Samsung Australia.
Oh yes, mine too. But I want to shoot a long exposure, not a type of "live focus". But thank you anyway millerman 😁
Thank you AndrewL for your reply. I know this pro mode, but in daytime, when I want to shoot a long exposure photo, it's often over exposure with these setting: ISO 50, F2.4 2. I search on the internet and they recommend me to buy a ND filter, but I don't know is there any why to shoot without ND filter to get a nice photo without being over exposure. Thanks.
That is a disaster , i feel you , i just took my father's phone to discover that the aperture is fixed to 1.5 and 2.4 only which will lead to overexposed long exposure , literally i can't take a single night photo with proper long exposure .
I am searching for another software or method other than the nd filter , did you find anything ?!