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I just received the replacement module from Apple. After taking a few pictures, I noticed some anomalies besides the glowing kidneys.
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The image above is taken from the front camera. I didn’t see any vertical lines in the previous pictures of my old phone. Maybe I haven’t been paying much attention, but this is really bothering me now.
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I have an iPhone 6s that does the exact same thing. My ex didn’t do that. I have also seen my friends iPhone 7 doing this too. There must be differences in the quality of the lenses. Really upset because I don’t want to change again in case I get something worse. I noticed by the way that the photos during the day are better though.
Thank you for your reply. If you hold the front camera against the light do you also get those vertical lines around the light source?
This can still happen when taking bright photos, even on a dslr. there is nothing wrong with your camera.
Do you mean the second picture? If so, mine suffers from it the most. I will send a picture.
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If I move the camera you can see the purple dome moving through the lens flare. However, night shots are worse outdoors against street lights.
@lakaiordie Can you also explain the phenomenon of the first photo? It really spoils the whole picture.
It can also depend on the type of light, such as fluorescent lights, LEDs, light bulbs. all of which can affect how the lens feels. until the day it’s just the camera lens.
In the first picture. especially the angle at which the picture was taken. even on a dslr. it is difficult to correct. it also depends on the lens (since you can change them on the dslr) and the aperture. but on the iPhone. you really can’t change those 2 things. you can’t do much except change the angle of the image.
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I just took a picture with my macbook. It also has the lens hood, but without the vertical lines. Can anyone take a photo with the front camera when holding it up to bright light?
Any lens or camera will do this in direct light. the lights are directed directly into the lens. what do you think will happen?[doublepost=1480781957][/doublepost]this is a bad thing in photography, in professional photos they have side lights, reflections. light directed directly into the lens is a bad thing, it distorts the image. My suggestion is to avoid direct light when pointing the camera. There is really no way around this.
Lakaiordie said: This can still happen when taking low light photos, even on a dslr. there is nothing wrong with your camera. Click to expand…
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This happens on my Sony slr but not on all iPhone models. Some are worse than others.
Simacca said: This happens on my sony slr but not on all iphone models. Some are worse than others. Click to expand…
I mean my backup 6s are worse. The lens flare wasn’t too bad. My friends 7 also has bad lighting compared to my last 6.
Dave121 said: Thanks for the reply. If you hold the front camera against the light do you also get those vertical lines around the light source? they look the way they rotate with your phone. Click to expand…
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This is from the front camera on my 6s. You can still see the reflection of the purple dome below.
I say normal. Each lens will have its own characteristics when pointed at a light source. 7 is different from 6
Simacca said: I have an iPhone 6s that does exactly the same thing. I didn’t do that before. I have also seen my friends iPhone 7 doing this too. There must be differences in the quality of the lenses. Really upset because I don’t want to change again in case I get something worse. I noticed by the way that the photos during the day are better though. Click to expand… My iPhone 7 is doing this too but I don’t know what to do
This is not true. I have 2 DSL so I know this is wrong with my phone.
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My girlfriend and I sat in the same position taking the same pictures around our house and my light was shining on every light and every window BUT DON’T DO IT.
I’m upset because I bought the PLUS because it had a better camera, well this camera on my phone doesn’t know how to balance light and dark. even with HDR
Dave121 said: Hi, I just received the replacement module from Apple. After taking a few pictures, I noticed some anomalies besides the glowing kidneys. See attachment 675916 The image above is taken from the front camera. I didn’t see any vertical lines in the previous pictures of my old phone. Maybe I haven’t been paying much attention, but this is really bothering me now. The following images are taken from the rear camera. See attachment 675918 See attachment 675919 You can clearly see how the light bends around the second lamp (counting from the right). Anyone having the same problems? Click to expand… This is a dirty lens. I had the same problem. I took one of my clothes and started washing it for a minute or two. Then the glow disappeared. Within certain limitations, the Camera app in the new iOS 15 beta 4 can remove unwanted lens flare in photos.
Lens distortion has always been a problem with smartphone photography, but Apple has reportedly fixed the problem — or at least reduced it. Photos taken in the Camera app in the latest iOS 15 beta 4 show that some degree of lens flare is now automatically removed.
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“So I saw something I haven’t seen reported anywhere else,” said Redditor Doubleluckstur in a discussion thread. “[While] I was out and about I took this photo and thought it was ruined by lens flare/needs to be fixed later (as I’ve done many times in previous iPhone 12 Pro photos from because it is so prone to burn. lens)”
“However, I came home and found that the lens flare was automatically turned off in the original photo, although it’s still obvious in Live Photo,” the poster continued, “which means the automatic post-processing is smart enough.” happened to remove the lens flare. now!”
The lens flare remains in the original Live Photo image, but exporting it to another single-image format shows that the flare has been removed. There are other image changes, such as greater zoom, that are compatible with the way iOS exports Live Photos.
Further discussion on the Reddit thread suggests that the results are mixed. Where lens flare is particularly noticeable — and perhaps intentionally so — iOS 15 reportedly makes no effort to reduce it.
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I don’t like the way the entire image is shifted in an attempt to reduce lens flare. It is as if the picture was taken with a dark lens. The whole picture is darker. In this example image, the color of the grass has changed. The sky is not so blue. Is there a setting to turn this on and off?
Tedz98 said: I don’t like the way the entire image is changed in an attempt to reduce lens flare. It is as if the picture was taken with a dark lens. The whole picture is darker. In this example image, the color of the grass has changed. The sky is not so blue. Is there a setting to turn this on and off? This is the dark image with the lens (the lens is on the left side of the image), not the lighter one. The author must not have figured out where the lens flare is. The color may be different because it is removed from the live image (video) section.
Beyond lens flare, I have issues with internal reflections in the lens/camera that cause a blue-green dot on photos. It would be nice if this was removed automatically.
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