Taking photos...is it me or are there camera problems?

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    I am noticing that when taking pictures with iPad 3 the light has to be just right or pics turn out bad...colors bleed if too bright out or pics turn out grainy if light is just a bit too low. Any thoughts or advice? I am thinking it may be because the screen is soo vivid it show pic flaws more so vs other tablets......
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    Low-end camera don't work well in low-light situations.
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    Yeah, you pretty much would need ideal lighting conditions to take decent pics with the new iPad's camera. Though it's a big leap from the one found on the iPad 2, it uses the same CMOS 5MP found on the iPhone 4. I found that outdoor settings or a bright sunlit room will give you pretty nice pics with closer to accurate color saturation and minimal grain. I have to say that I would hardly ever use the camera though. Just too awkward for a tablet.
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    Sorry....how do I change the camera settings to outdoor? Many thanks
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    Hello ckmerc, the only setting you can make on the camera app is by enabling the grid. The iPad "camera" is a very simple basic image recorder. When you record a digital image on the iPad, you can launch another app like iPhoto and rework the image.
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    Thanks.....any good photo editing apps you recommend?
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    Snapseed and iPhoto seem to be the two most widely used.

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    Gracias my friends

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