1. KiraYamato's Avatar
    I've noticed by taking pictures with the front facing camera that in sunlight the photos come out with a high reflective type of shine/ glare. Like if I stand outside with half of my face covered in sunlight, that side of the face will be losing alot of detail in the photo. You can still make the contours of the face out and see the eye of course, but the rest is covered in a sea of glowing glare.
    It doesn't even have to be full or strong sunlight, it just depends on what the angle of the daylight is.

    My old note 3, while having only a 2 mp front facing camera and being considerably worse in all other situations compared to my 6s plus, WILL produce far better results in the same lighting as mentioned above and the light won't reflect as much.

    So is my front facing camera broken or is this simply the way the iphone handles it?
    10-30-2015 04:17 AM
  2. KiraYamato's Avatar
    I guess overexposure is maybe the term I was looking for. Couldn't find the edit option on the mobile version of this website.
    10-30-2015 04:42 AM

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