How to use ‘Shot & More’ for Drama Shots, Eraser, and more on the Galaxy S 5


Samsung condensed a few of the camera modes into “Shot & More” with the Galaxy S 5. This makes it a lot easier as all you have to do is press the shutter button, and it will take a series of burst shots. Soon after, the device will tell you what editing modes are available based on what happened in the shot. You will have your choice of Best Shot, Best Face, Drama Shot, Eraser, and Panning Shot. All options were available last year as separate modes other than Panning Shot, which is brand new. The best part of all of this is that you can make as many edits as you want after the fact, which is something you couldn’t do on the Galaxy S 4.

In this video, I walk you through how to get into the “Shot & More” mode as well as how to make your edits and save your images. Check it out after the break, and be sure to hit up all our Galaxy S 5 guides.


  • Frank

    I have to make 10 photos to get 1 that have those options on my s5 so ¿Wich is the trick to get them at the 1st time?

  • Name

    how do i get the panning shot to work? that option is never available… Does the object being taken need to be going fast?

  • Gabe

    I have a Galaxy Note 4 and I can not get the drama shot to work. Can someone help?