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Glare or natural?

(Topic created on: 20-10-2023 01:26 PM)
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CommanderOg
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So, I just purchased s23 ultra a while ago and the photos I see online are amazing especially in night. But when I tried same with my phone ( haven't modified any camera settings )

The photos seems to have a glare on the light even when its clean with a special cloth in circular motion. Does the photos below look having some glare or its how its supposed to look? Same happens with 4k video too



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Glenntech
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A lot depends on the type of light. Quite often Led lights can appear very bright from certain angles
Also if there's any damp and mist in the air
You can always try to adjust the exposure of the photo.
But I find going into Pro mode gets the best results.
You can adjust the settings to how you want to see the image
CommanderOg
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Hi thanks for your reply mate. Another quick question the light was far away and sometimes its perfectly captured like there's no glare and sometimes its there. My camera is always clean so, I dont see that as an issue in this regard. So, do you have any idea on why sometime its absolute perfect and sometimes acts like a 50£ phone
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KholaI
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Hey @CommanderOg !

Some glare is considered normal, depending on the environment etc, but you can always play around with the settings to get the shot you're after! I've attached a few links for more information on how to use your Camera to capture the night:

https://www.samsung.com/levant/explore/photography/5-tips-to-master-night-photography/

https://www.samsung.com/uk/support/mobile-devices/how-to-use-night-mode-on-your-galaxy-smartphone-ca...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0h26B05QwNo

Hope these help!

CommanderOg
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Thanks mate will definitely consider