Hi. I ordered a brand new S20 off of Samsung directly after thoroughly researching and determining that it is the best phone for me from this generation, and I'm enjoying it quite a bit right now.
However, one thing that is really bothering me is that the camera image quality feels unnatural to me. The photos don't look like what I saw in YouTube videos. The outlines feel slightly blurry and unnatural, as if the photos went through some sort of poor image processing.
Have I not yet set the camera to the right settings or something? For example, here is a photo of my mouse. If you take a look at it, a lot of details feel washed out and just not right.
I've taken a mixture of both indoor and outdoor photos of various things with different cameras and different zoom levels, and they all seem like that. I don't know if this is intended, or if I haven't toggled something on yet.
If anyone has suggestions for what I should do, please let me know. It's a brand new phone, and I make sure the lens are clear before taking any photos.
Hi @EthanB1809 , thank you for the reply.
I have already enabled all but HEIF beforehand.
The description for HEIF didn't seem relevant, so I left it disabled.
Any other possibility? Maybe something inside of Pro mode?