Future iPhones may be able to take clearer pictures underwater, and apple is working on how to process and adjust images when it detects that the camera sensor is submerged.Although underwater photography is very interesting and imaginative lenses can show things that are not usually seen, photographers need a lot of effort to take perfect photos. Simply putting the camera underwater can work in places where the water is extremely clear, but not every water body can provide ideal conditions.
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The water surface depth data, distance from the measured object, water pressure and orientation can be combined with ambient light induction and detection of backscattered light to characterize the theoretical water turbidity. Once identified, the device can adopt a variety of strategies to overcome the various challenges thrown out in that particular situation. For example, if the ambient light is not enough, the device may want to introduce more lighting on the body. Other post shot editing may include changing the hue of the image to reduce light absorbed or reflected by the water surface, and artificial water coloring to make it more ideal for blue rather than turbidity, and generally enhance contrast and other image attributes to make it easier for the assumed subject to see.
The patent also covers changes in application processes, such as removing them