Pack all your Friends into the Picture with Group Selfie on your Pixel 3
Google launched its newest handset, the Pixel 3, back in October and people all over the world already enjoy it. There’s much to say about this handset, but now I just want to add that it is the best smartphone camera you can buy today. There is no doubt that the Google Pixel 3 is a step up from the model that was released last year, so if you see yourself as a photographer and are thinking of picking yourself up a little treat for yourself, the Google Pixel 3 for £739 with 64GB of storage or £839 with 128GB of storage is exactly what you need.
Do you want to learn more about what it can offer? The Pixel 3 duo features a secondary, wide-angle selfie camera, delivering a 97-degree field of view compared to the standard camera’s 75-degree FOV. Google is promoting this as a group selfie camera allowing you to pack all your friends into the picture.
The front-facing camera on the Pixel 3 lets you zoom out, getting more of your surroundings, as well as people in the shot. I cannot tell you if that’s truth or not, but what I know is that Google boasts that the Pixel 3’s rear-facing cameras give you 184 percent more room in your frame when taking selfies, which should ensure that everyone gets in the shot.
Google even joked that it could replace a selfie stick and this could come indeed useful in your trips or parties or family events and so on. So, how to use Group Selfie on your Pixel 3 and be one of those who say that yes, no selfie stick required? It’s actually pretty simple. When using the front-facing camera, all you really have to do is to tap the magnifying glass to bring up the zoom interface. Zoom out by adjusting the slider, and then take your photo.
Isn’t it funnier like that, when you get everyone in the picture with Group Selfie? Now, if you also want more room in your photo for friends and scenery, you know what you have to do!
Have you used this feature too? Now, tell us what you think of it!