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Question Toxic colors on photo.

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eXense

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Nov 12, 2010
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When photographing through the standard camera application, saturated colors turn out to be toxic on the photo.
As a rule, the grass in the sun is unbearably oversaturated.
How to fix it?
 

blackhawk

Senior Member
Jun 23, 2020
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Is it over saturated or over exposed?
You sure it's not the display it's self rather than the image responsible for the saturation issue?
Was it always like this?
Try shooting in RAW if that option is available.

You can fix it post editing using a contrast curve if it's not too blown out. Androids are notorious for poor image throughput; without a color calibrated PC/monitor it's hard to judge what you have and impossible to edit it properly. You just open a big can of worms... welcome to the world of digital photography.

Try clearing system cache.
Try a hard reboot.
Clear camera app data.