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How to Make Photos of Your Galaxy S20 Instagram Ready in Seconds «Android :: Gadget Hacks



To stand out on Instagram you need more than just the great camera on the Galaxy S20. You have to think like a professional photographer, which means two things: use manual mode and edit your photos. Only with the latter does what you imagine become reality.

The difference between a great photo and an excellent image is editing. Take the time to correct colors, adjust the exposure, adjust the shadows and be the differences of thousands of likes. The problem is that most of us are not big on photography. But thanks to an industry leader in Adobe, you don't have to.

Step 1: Install Adobe Lightroom Mobile

Adobe Lightroom is the go-to app for fast photo editing on PC and now mobile users can enjoy the same software. You can install Adobe Lightroom Mobile from the Play Store or Galaxy Store. Despite the latter saying it is "for Samsung", there are no noticeable differences between the two apps.

Step 2: Upload a photo

Now take a photo in "Pro mode" in the camera app and save the photo in RAW. Open Lightroom Mobile and sign in or create an account. Select the Add button at the top of the page to upload a photo. Choose the image labeled "RAW" in the top right corner to upload.

Step 3: Edit your photo in seconds

At the top of the page (in the same area as the "Add Photo" button), a new section will appear called "Recently Added" with the photo you just uploaded. Select your image to open it in the editor.

At the bottom of the page is the toolbar with all the different options for editing the photos. Select & # 39; Auto & # 39 ;. Lightroom Mobile will edit the image for you, saving you time and knowledge. Depending on the quality of the photo, the change can be day and night.

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Step 4: Continue Tinkering

You can pat yourself on the back and call it a day here. However, to take your photos even further, do yourself a favor and make your own adjustments. Use "Auto" as a base and move the sliders to get the exact look you want.

There are five categories of adjustments for free users: Light, Color, Effects, Details and Optics. Select each category to find a series of sliders that allow you to make real-time changes to your photo. It can be overwhelming, but once you get the hang of it, take your photos to the next level.

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