Photo apps are used at least twice as often in landscape mode than in portrait mode. When they are used in landscape mode the flashlight, next to the lens on the back of the phone, is very often BELOW the lens. Lighting the subject from (slightly) below. That is unnatural lighting. Natural light comes from above. So why do phone makers keep placing the flash on the wrong side of the lens? OR why do the devs keep designing their apps in such a way that when tilting the phone into landscape mode the flashlight always lights from BELOW???