Can somebody help me as this is driving me mad. I've only been using my S10e for a short while and I've noticed that the camera seems to apply a horrible 'filter' to my outdoor pictures. (see attached image). This renders them pretty useless.
I think I've turned off everything...any ideas how to fix this please?
Really? It looks like a Photoshop 'artistic' filter has been applied: everything has a dark outline or edge, detail has been smoothed and highlights are burnt out - it looks like some really heavy noise reduction has been applied and basically looks very unrealistic. Photos from my S7 never used to look like this...you cant see it on the phone screen unless you zoom in... but it means the images are useless if you want to print one... I can't believe it's supposed to look this artificial..
They now over process the hell out of pictures to the point of some of them looking waxy or cartoon like.
Urgh...my worst fear. Surely they can't leave it like this. It looks *****e. Embarrasing compared with my wife's iPhone and even my old S7.
Unbelievable that somebody at Samsung thinks this looks good...
Yeah, that's exactly the same. Looks terrible doesn't it.
In case anyone's interested, I've been testing 3rd party camera apps. So far I've tried Camera MX and ProCam X and, although they're not as responsive or slick as the stock camera, they're both BETTER because they don't apply this dreadful post-processing.
I had this on my previous phone...isn't this the 'beauty' filter or something. It gives you a smoother skin in some instances.
Tap the little magic and in the right top corner of the camera app, then tap 'beauty' and see that it's off.