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Camera is over exposing by default

(Topic created: 07-29-2022 01:05 AM)
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Galaxy S22

My S22 Ultra main photo mode is over exposing. This has been the case from the beginning (purchased my phone in March) and I hoped then some future update would fix this.

A main photo mode over compendates and results are usually blown out highlights, washout blacks and lost details. This is why I usually end shooting RAW to ensure that I don't ruin my photos. Over exposing happens mainly when there is sky in picture or bright highlights.

One thing I'm also missing is exposure adjustment slider in a main photo mode. I use to have this in my old OnePlus 🙂 It was neat and fast option.

Have I missed some setups or is this permanent?

 

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Oxford
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When you are in camera mode and you tap on the screen, it should bring up the focus Circle and the brightness slider. Just move the brightness slider to your desired brightness level.

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Oxford
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Galaxy S22
When you are in camera mode and you tap on the screen, it should bring up the focus Circle and the brightness slider. Just move the brightness slider to your desired brightness level.
Oxford
Black Hole
Options
Galaxy S22
When you are in the camera mode and you tap on the screen, it should bring up the focus Circle and the brightness slider. Simply move the brightness slider to your desired brightness level.
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