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[Q] Flash too bright on close ups?

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By lightsout, Senior Member on 28th March 2014, 04:39 AM
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Anyone have issues with the flash on close up shots in a dark area. Like taking a picture in my pc case. It basically comes out as a white picture. I basically can't take a picture like this, tried stock camera and pro capture.

Maybe its a setting thing?
 
 
28th March 2014, 05:11 AM |#2  
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thats how it normally would be with any camera and a close up(macro) with a flash. you have to manually turn down the exposure before shooting that kind of photograph.
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thats how it normally would be with any camera and a close up(macro) with a flash. you have to manually turn down the exposure before shooting that kind of photograph.

Camera noob here. Thanks man, didn't seem to have issues with my previous phone. (Note 2) But either way that helped a lot.
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Camera noob here. Thanks man, didn't seem to have issues with my previous phone. (Note 2) But either way that helped a lot.

ive had that issue on every nexus since the first, lol
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Haven't experienced this one, my nexus 5 is givng me quality shots even in low light condition. You just have to tap the screen first and let it focus on the object.
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Haven't experienced this one, my nexus 5 is givng me quality shots even in low light condition. You just have to tap the screen first and let it focus on the object.

This is macro shot. As in camera lens only a few CM from object.
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