Cloudy Picture

Discussion in 'iPhone 4S' started by DomePatrol, Jul 30, 2014.

  1. DomePatrol

    DomePatrol New Member

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    In the past few months, I've noticed that the pictures that I take with camera on the back side of my 4s are very cloudy. If I take a picture with the camera on the screen side, it comes out fine. What could be causing this and is there anything I can do to fix this? I plan on getting a 6 when it comes out so I don't want to do anything too much. I just would like to know if there is a simple fix or what could be causing this.

    Thanks for the help.


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  2. Ledsteplin

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    Have you tried cleaning the lens. It may have a light film of dust stuck on it from moisture in the air. Take a very soft cloth and wipe it real good. When I first got my iPhone 5, I had it all ready. I took a few shots with the camera, and they looked cloudy. I enhanced them in Camera+ and they looked fine. But they kept looking cloudy, except on HDR. They looked better on HDR. I thought the camera was defective. Turned out to be a layer of plastic film over the lens. After I removed that, it did great. So try cleaning the lens. Let us know how that works.
     
  3. RoofMonkey

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    Are you using any type of case or fill body type of skin? If so, does taking the case off give you clearer photos?
     
  4. DomePatrol

    DomePatrol New Member

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    Thanks for the replies. No I didn't have a case when the problem first started. I have tried wiping it with a cloth. I was thinking maybe something got under the lense. I will also look into Camera+.

    Thanks again for the help!
     
  5. Ledsteplin

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    How long have you had that 4s? Camera+ is great for editing and enhancing photos, but we need to find a solution to your cloudy photos. Does it do that way set on HDR as well?
     

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