1. Salamandarius's Avatar
    I have a Samsung s7e and when I take a picture in day light it's alright but when I take a picture in my home with the light really low, the pixels are so bad. Any thoughts on what this could be?
    10-07-2016 11:29 PM
  2. ratsttam's Avatar
    If everything is on "auto", make sure there are no fingerprints on the lens. Placing a few examples here will help determine if there is any hardware issues in play.
    Also keep in mind that low light photography requires that the phone be especially still, as the "shutter" needs to be "open" a little longer. Any movement will introduce blur. The pushing up of the ISO (phone will do this on it's own in auto mode) will also introduce artifacts that look like colored pixels that don't belong.

    Low light pictures very blurry-photography-shutter-speed-aperture-iso-cheat-sheet-chart-fotoblog-hamburg-daniel-peters-11-800x3.jpg

    Since on a cell phone (or most point and shoot cameras), you can't change the f-stop, only shutter speed and ISO can be adjusted.
    10-07-2016 11:50 PM
  3. Alanhd's Avatar
    As above it sounds like ISO noise, either increase the available light or lower the ISO in pro mode but that will increase the chance of motion blur. Or use the flash.
    thecomicbookandme likes this.
    10-08-2016 04:58 AM

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