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Hi all,
I have a problem with the pictures that I make with the phone. They are too exposed, there is too much white, or brightness.. I dont know how to call it.. When im taking a picture and if there is a part of the sky or a window or any kind of light source, the thing I'm taking a picture off is not visible.
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I'm using stock settings, stock camera app and arhd 31.0.
If someone has some tips, please share.
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Noone? Come on people, I know there are camera experts here..

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Can't do much about this, because most of the picture has the correct brightness.
You could try some better camera software which 'sees' the over exposed parts too (bracketing) for instance: Camera FV-5
Just try the free version
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Can't do much about this, because most of the picture has the correct brightness.
You could try some better camera software which 'sees' the over exposed parts too (bracketing) for instance: Camera FV-5
Just try the free version
Thanks for trying to help.
I was wondering if someone else hase the same problem?
I use to had a s2 and s3 and on both of them the pictures were better than from my note 2..

How are your pictures?

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Thanks for trying to help.
I was wondering if someone else hase the same problem?
I use to had a s2 and s3 and on both of them the pictures were better than from my note 2..

How are your pictures?

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I use this app, as I said, which I like a lot. Haven't got much over exposed problems. Try the free version and you'll know
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Had this on 4.3 stock. Now flashed 4.4.2 omega 29 and problem seems gone. Not sure if this is because of this rom.
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