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Oversaturated pictures

(Topic created on: 04-06-2023 06:56 PM)
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kiddo8
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No matter what settings I take off, scene optimiser, change my display to natural over vivid. 

99% ofy photos are just not true to life colour accuracy straight from point and shoot. It's like Samsung's processing is making colours too aggressively innacurate 

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All of that trees and bushes look nothing like that colour of green in real life with point and shoot camera still photo shots


I think the only way I can suffice is in expert raw or pro mode, with raw file only, but then every file is so massive. 

I wish this camera had google pixels colour accuracy 







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sarasphotobox
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What if u Turner off scene optimiser ? See if that helps the saturation
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kiddo8
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It's already off, tried with auto HDR off too. The pics look good that split second before Samsung decide to start processing the photo.

Only way I've overcome is to shoot raw photos with expert raw or pro mode with raw file, but then a single photo file is massive, and takes up way too much storage just for a single shot it's nuts. First Samsung I've owned and the last if it stays this saturated going forward
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sarasphotobox
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Yes raw file takes up soooo much that is a pain. I only use ratio 4:3 and sometimes 50mp but I got s23 regular model. See how things go maybe anyone from Samsung family community can help any comments welcome
kiddo8
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Yeah exactly, I heard there was suppose to be a massive camera update this month. So wait n see how that goes, may have to go back to the pixel 8 pro when that comes out
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sarasphotobox
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Ahh it's still a good phone don't give up just yet.

For me I see it as samsung mobiles never fail to disappointment me. I may not have ultra I owned a s10 plus then 2021 s21 plus now s23 base model.

No regrets.


I think see how it goes.
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kiddo8
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I do a lot of photos with my daughter, my dog, and family gatherings, amount of blurry photos that come out is insane 😂 I love the phone and it's end to end customisation. The s pen. It's a great phone, I just wish it had Google's camera software/processing.
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Vetri
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From my experience every Samsung flagship gets better with each update and camera in particular reaches a stable state nearly after a year so I would say give it a couple of months.
vedas23_2
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Same, here, first samsung after more then 10 years, and this is a major inconvenient, photos colors are not real

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vedas23_2
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I have managed to find a setting that is the reason for this oversaturated images:

- go to camera settings
- intelligent optimization

-and disable scene optimizer

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