Take Burst Photos with Automatic Animation on Pixel 3
The Google Pixel 3 smartphones continue on the same trajectory set by its Pixel and Pixel 2 predecessors. It focuses on what mainstream users want, a top-notch user experience, as well as an amazing camera. What can I say about it? I need days to include it all and I have no guarantee that they would be enough even like that.
The idea is that we’ve got the perfect package: a 12.2-megapixel rear camera, new software updates that use machine learning to improve image processing and a secondary wide-angle selfie shooter, so there is no wonder that the device can take fantastic images.
Do you also want to learn to take burst photos with automatic animation? It is obviously possible. After all, Google Photos has a great auto-animate feature which uses bursts of photos and turns them into animation in no time. It’s great for capturing not only a photo of some action, but all the activity around it, so I get why this idea is so tempting.
Don’t you know how to do it on your Pixel 3 smartphone? Say no more as here I am to help you right away:
How to Take Burst Photos with Automatic Animation on Pixel 3:
- First of all, you have to press and hold the shutter button and the Pixel 3 will rattle off lots of photos, just as you want it to do;
- Capture the action and Google Photos will automatically turn it into an animation once it recognizes a series of photos;
- If it doesn’t do it automatically (yes, it can happen sometimes even on your Pixel handset), then you can force the animation to be created via the burst button in Google Photos. To be more precise, you can manually select the one with the picture you want or you can open the Google Photos to view your photos and tap the Burst button bottom center. This will lead to the option to only show the best photos from the burst, using Google’s AI to give you the very best.