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TL24

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Is this happening for anyone else? Find a photo that’s preferably outdoor where there’s a lot of sun and some shadow. Pinch to zoom slowly and watch the picture turn overly bright and over sharpened.

It makes the photos look horrible but when I view the same photos on say Google Photos they look fine just like in the preview before zooming into them on the stock Photos app.

I’m running the latest version of 13.5 on my 11 Pro.
 

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Is this happening for anyone else? Find a photo that’s preferably outdoor where there’s a lot of sun and some shadow. Pinch to zoom slowly and watch the picture turn overly bright and over sharpened.

It makes the photos look horrible but when I view the same photos on say Google Photos they look fine just like in the preview before zooming into them on the stock Photos app.

I’m running the latest version of 13.5 on my 11 Pro.
by any chance are your photos raw
 

TL24

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Oct 20, 2011
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I can’t be the only one having this issue. It’s super noticeable if you go into Photos and zoom into your pictures taken outside with bright sunlight, you’ll notice the photo getting brighter (like HDR is in overdrive) and sharper (too sharp).
 
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