The first shot was for work- I use my phone camera a lot at work to send images to our CAD person who works offsite (I'm a goldsmith). This is such a great way for me to communicate quickly with her using images that can show small detail as well as display text clearly.
The second shot was taken without the "fall colors" filter, I'm excited to try that out.
Possible solution to blue flash pics!
In searching the web for an answer I found a suggestion to use the Camera Zoom FX app and bought it for $1.49 (it's on sale).
In experimenting I found that using daylight white balance instead of auto greatly improved the results, if leaving the picture a bit too red - but it sure looked better.
Went back to the stock camera app and chose daylight white balance and it yielded pretty much the same results - a little desaturation of the red in Photoshop and it looked better.
I do like the Camera Zoom FX because it can be set to capture an image when you touch a point on the screen. I haven't fully investigated it, but it's certainly worth $1.49!
See my results at this link (and in the next image) CameraZOOM-Auto-Daylight WB-Desat Red photo - Isabel Cutler photos at pbase.com