1. anon(55900)'s Avatar
    I take pictures of baked bread and cakes and noticed the PP camera that I have cannot copy the brown color of baked crust. The color is washed out. Even with natural light and shutting off the flash. Is there another setting or is there a third party App that can correct this or is this as good as it gets?
    02-20-16 07:41 AM
  2. Edijs Benoit's Avatar
    Could you post some pictures?

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    02-20-16 08:17 AM
  3. shawnreum's Avatar
    I take pictures of baked bread and cakes and noticed the PP camera that I have cannot copy the brown color of baked crust. The color is washed out. Even with natural light and shutting off the flash. Is there another setting or is there a third party App that can correct this or is this as good as it gets?
    Some recommend an apps called Camera++ or. Camera Pro

    Only other option I can think of, is that maybe you could have tried using HDR setting.

    But I had a problem with the Passport camera trying to pick up the color blue and red indoors under fluorescent lighting before.

    Was trying to capture a Pepsi can, and the blue of the can was being picked up as green and the red on the can was colorless.

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    02-23-16 10:04 PM
  4. SeanSolo's Avatar
    PP cameras are garbage let's move on.

    Sent via Passport SE~!
    02-23-16 11:42 PM

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