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  1. shedboy79

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    Sorry if this has been posted before, but when I take photos of my kids for example any very slight movement turns out blurry, and some times when I take photos indoors with flash it comes out with a yellow tinge. And I have taken of the plastic cover on the lens, any ideas?
     

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    Turn off 'Auto Night Detection" and "Anti Shake" under settings.
     
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    And use Sports mode for moving subjects. I have taken some great pictures of my dogs in full flight with the S4, using Sports mode.

    Edit: Added a picture. The ball they're chasing is in the air. This was using sports mode.

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    Are you in low light conditions if you are i would suggest you to turn on flash or choose a brighter space if this dosent work blame me.
     
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    There have been other threads along these lines so a careful search should turn up the answers.

    The S4 has a good camera in good lighting conditions but performs less well in poor light. I have also found that the shutter sound seems to happen slightly before the actual picture is taken so make sure you hold the camera still until a second or so after the shutter sound.
     

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