Usually, cameras on phones require a TON of light... One thing I can suggest, get the Instagram app, it makes everybody a National Geographic photographer :) It has many ways to enhance pictures.
About a month ago I upgraded my old Droid X to a Samsung Galaxy S3 phone and I'm happy with my purchase. I want to take some pics to email home back to the family on the mainland; however my photography skills are--for lack of a better term--crappy. I know it's only a phone with a camera built in and what I'm going to take isn't gonna wind up on the cover of Life magazine anytime soon, but is there any tips, tricks, etc to get the most out of them? The last I wanna do is just point-and-shoot and hope for the best.
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!