The Samsung Galaxy S10 has a very good camera built in, no matter whether it is a wide-angle, standard or telephoto lens. If you take pictures with your smartphone, it can happen that the colors are displayed fake and unnatural.
This effect can be particularly noticeable when taking pictures of the sky, green meadows or water.
If the photos seem too unnatural, this is usually due to a wrong setting within the camera app. Here you can find out which setting this is:
HDR responsible for unnatural colors in photos
If the HDR function in the camera app is set to "Always Apply", this can cause images taken with the Samsung Galaxy S10 camera to look unnatural.
HDR stands for High Dynamic Range and corresponds to the superimposition of photos with different exposure times. How HDR works exactly, you will find out in this article.
So to get natural looking photos with the Samsung Galaxy S10, you should select the following setting:
- Open the Camera app.
- Select the gear symbol to open the settings.
- Scroll down to "HDR" and select the amount.
- Set the option to "Apply if needed".
Now when you take pictures with the Samsung Galaxy S10, a photo is only taken with HDR in very special situations with difficult lighting conditions.
Photos with unnatural colors should be a thing of the past.