App to "unblue" photos from droid 3

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  1. John.Edwards

    John.Edwards Member

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    Just wondering if there is an easy app to fix the blue tinted photos from the droid 3. Photoshop on the pc works, but adds some extra workflow....

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    I've heard people have good luck using fx camera or camerafx. Can't remember which one.

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    One user said the fluorescent lighting setting on Camer360 fixed it as well.
     
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    I was hoping there was something to fix the pictures after they have been taken.
    Camera 360 was a serious battery drain, I will try fx.

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    PicSay will fix after the photo is taken...

    PicSay and PicSay pro were in the market last time I looked

    Android style, photoshop type app
     
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    The moto gallery app:

    Edit > advanced edit > color... adjust to taste.

    The problem is simply that the auto white balance in the camera software is crap. Download ANY camera app with manual white balance adjust from market (I use camera fx) and there's no more issue.

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    What's strange is that the D1's camera has an option for White Balance. I wonder why they removed it from the D3's camera?
     
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    Lightbox is my favorite free camera app. It also allows you to choose preset effect options after you take the picture.
    I believe the blue tint on the standard camera app is particularly an issue when the flash is used.
     
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    Here is the difference with Camera 360 Free. The ONLY difference is using the fluorescence white balance setting.

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    Pretty significant if you ask me.
     
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    Where is that setting in camera 360?

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    How about Pro HDR versus HDR+ on the market? Anyone try these? Does anyone else have an opinion on which one is better? I've been thinking of getting an HDR camera app for a while.
     
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    360 and it's free. I use that for hdr.

    here is a light hdr shot I took yesterday
     
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    360 is not true HDR though, from my understanding.
     
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    I'm not a professional photographer though. If it makes the picture look nicer I like it. Besides my friend who does have a expensive camera saw the pictures and liked them
     
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