iPhone 4 Owners Report Yellowish Photos in Low Light

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DavidFell

Yup, I'm getting yellow on indoor stuff pretty consistantly. Affects movies too, here's my cat, who is mostly black white and gray:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lD0_orgZkfg

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jiubreyn

The yellow tinge helps make the picture more clear, though no less annoying. :-T

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edcowdenvoice

I took some a few days ago - absolutely terrible yellowing, even with the flash...which is basically useless in any close-up shots, too, regardless of light level.

Only pictures I've taken that look any good have tons of natural light.

The Camera seriously needs White Balance.

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rkpruz

After reading this i took some shots indoors and yes all of them came out yellowish, not very happy about it.

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ehtkhr

the guy below you hit the nail on the head. It is a white balance issue. you could put them into Photoshop and balance them there (by the way under 'fluro' lights you will get blue photos)

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dismantle

I have used Sunprint kits before and they're awesome, but what do they offer to the issue of the yellowing of the photos? If the photographer used that as a reference in the photo it was a bad idea and is confusing. I would have used a book or something that was unrelated to photography.

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