I took some picture with my s10 in these days. I use to edit the pictures for social network like Instagram using lightroom. The main problem is that the colors look good on the s10 but when my friends look at my pictures from other devices, the colors are completelly different ansd my pictures looks really bad in terms of colors. The main problem is the saturation. When I look at my Instagram profile all my old pictures taken with another samsung device looks very desaturated. I alredy tried to put the screen mode on vivid but the differences are very small.
Anyone experienced the same isssue?
Good evening, even on my new s10 I was disappointed with the quality of the photos.
I had my galaxy s6 edge that made some great photos, while with s10 the photos are out of focus.
I have tried in various ways but the photos do not satisfy me absolutely.
Do you also confirm that it is not possible to set the resolution of the photos?
If I wanted to choose to take a low quality or high quality photo, isn't it possible?
In the settings you can change the quality of the videos but not the photos, can you confirm it?
I really hope things work out with some software updates or else I'm really disappointed in the look of the camera.
It's a definite issue. The stock Samsung camera app is auto-processing the images. It does this with HDR on / off OR with Scene Optimizer on / off. Shadows are brightened. Color is saturated. It looks a lot like boosting the "vibrance" setting in Adobe LightRoom.
Under overcast skies, this isn't a huge problem.
However, when you have really good light and/or you're in an environment with heavy bright/dark contrasts, the Samsung camera app is going to give you quite an unrealistic looking picture. Darks and shadows will get brightened. If you have green, such as landscape, in your picture... forget it. The greens get boosted something ridiculous.
I've installed the Google Camera port on my S10. Images come out realistic and lifelike.
I really like the Samsung app and the features that go with it. However, I'm totally ditching it and using nothing but the Google Camera app if:
Here's the comparison:
Come on Samsung! Get this color issue resolved. I really like the stock Samsung camera app and want to continue to use it. It's getting beat badly by the Google Camera app (a port that still in development!)