Can a camera application on Android greatly affect the QOR of
the photographic output?
My wife and I both have the same phone, exactly.
o The only difference is her apps are the default apps (for the most part).
Mine are almost none of the defaults, where, I've been noticing that when I
take photos with her phone, versus with mine, the output seems DIFFERENT in
quality of results (QOR).
Can that be?
o Do the apps themselves affect the camera output QOR?
If so, how?
On Sat, 9 Mar 2019 06:12:01 +0100 (GMT+01:00), Libor Striz wrote:
Those are good points, where I checked the app, which turns out to be the
same app I was using (which, actually, probably _is_ the default).
The settings were on the maximum size for both.
I just now took four pictures without flash on four devices.
Unfortunately, I have to "shrink" them to post them.
What's the best way to shrink them without changing them other than size?
1. Wife's Android LG Stylo 3 Plus:
2. My Android LG Stylo 3 Plus:
3. Wife's iPad:
4. My iPad:
I just realized I need to compare the EXIF information where a quick
inspection shows them to be taken at the same 1/30th & automatic white
o Easiest free method to upload shrunk photos for digital quality of results comparison?
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