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How do you get such great photos? Every photo i take becomes extremely smudged, like its not a photo and instead painted with pastell paint.

https://imageshack.com/i/f5ojt0j

https://imageshack.com/i/nf738yj

Even my old Lumia 520 (without a flash) took better daylight pictures than this.
 
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When you tap the screen to capture, hold it dead steady until the pic goes off the screen

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Does anyone here get kinda reddish photo in low light?
 
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How do you get such great photos? Every photo i take becomes extremely smudged, like its not a photo and instead painted with pastell paint.

https://imageshack.com/i/f5ojt0j

https://imageshack.com/i/nf738yj

Even my old Lumia 520 (without a flash) took better daylight pictures than this.
do you have the widscreen option off?
 
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Like this? Pitch black. Also, no effects. I just snapped the pic and uploaded it. No post processing

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the camera on the Moto G is beyond awful
May beyou didnt see any HTC camera. I got two difrent HTC and Moto G have more better that HTC. My old hTC diamond and evo 3D was most worts quality.

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Here are some more awful photos, i am thinking there is something wrong with my camera or phone.

https://imageshack.com/i/nsyawij
https://imageshack.com/i/7grkvxj
https://imageshack.com/i/5s4luij

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These 3 were without widescreen, and with HDR and Flash on Auto.
 
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Here are some more awful photos, i am thinking there is something wrong with my camera or phone.
These 3 were without widescreen, and with HDR and Flash on Auto.
The camera is fine outdoors in good light. But when it is dark or indoors, and has to use higher ISO, it puts loads of noise reduction on the image and makes them look smudged.

Motorola need to reduce noise reduction on higher ISO images or we will have to wait until android release the RAW image API that they nearly released with KitKat. With that people will be able to make camera apps and choose what level of noise reduction to use at each ISO. But that could be a long wait. I don't believe any camera chip made in the last couple of years is as bad Motorola have made this one in low light. I'd rather a lot of grain and colour noise than these smudges they use for NR.
 
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You need to have a steady hand when taking snaps specially in low light, camera will select longer shutter speed to compensate low light. If you have shaky hands, you will get a blurry picture.
 
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You need to have a steady hand when taking snaps specially in low light, camera will select longer shutter speed to compensate low light. If you have shaky hands, you will get a blurry picture.
But even in high light, the images are very rubbish

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