Many cameras or other imaging systems can capture images (e.g., photographs) with poor lighting conditions that result in low-quality images. For instance, it may be too dark and/or backlit to use a smartphone that has a camera to take photos in an indoor environment. As an example, light reflected from colored furniture and/or walls can make people look less healthy and can destroy an experience of using the smartphone to take photos. Thus, poor lighting conditions often result in low-quality photographs.
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N/A and Benassi, Joe, "Systems and Methods for Adjusting Lighting to Improve Image Quality", Technical Disclosure Commons, (August 29, 2018)