JohnnyBoi
Active Level 1
I've noticed that everytime I take a picture in room lighting the camera looks fine before taking the picture but after viewing the picture the image lightens itself (post processing) and overexpose my face and makes me look whiter and no I have no beauty filter on I checked already. Is it possible to stop this by sending an update to the camera?
I don't want to use VSCO as a separate camera and would rather use Samsung Camera instead if it wasn't for the lightening the skin stuff. I've seen a lot of complaints in reddit about this and its the first thing iphone users notice when switching to a Samsung phone they said.
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Alphazor007
Active Level 6
What device do you use?
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S10
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When I use VSCO selfies look normal after taking it no post processing happening but when I use Samsung Camera after taking the selfie there is whitening happening. If you try taking pictures in dim light you'll see what I mean.
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Hi there . I checked some reddit forums regarding your problem. Samsung over exposes the lighting to make images bright. I don't think you will face a problem if you take an image in a well lit environment. However that is not a solution to your problem. If you are not satisfied with your images, I recommend that you install a gcam port for better pictures from this link

https://www.xda-developers.com/take-better-pictures-on-the-samsung-galaxy-s10-with-a-google-camera-p...

This is totally up to you.
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Samsung_specialist
Community Manager

Hi,

Please try to clear the Camera app data and try again?
If the issue continues, please bring the device to a Samsung Service Center. 

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