@eric99 Say I take a photo in an naturally lit room. The preview photo on the camera view before I take the photo shows the text to be black on a brown or tan background (because the white paper is inadequately illuminated). I then take the photo and the flash fires. After the photo is taken, a preview of the taken photo appears for a few seconds. On this photo, the text appears as black on a white paper background and no flash glare is visible. Then, when the preview photo disappears and I review the taken photos in Evernote, the flash glare is clearly visible and some processing has been applied to make the text stand out from the paper more clearly. I thought that perhaps Evernote tries to time the photo in such a way that illumination from the flash optimises the quality of the photo but the peak flash output is avoided so glare is minimised. This may or may not be the case. @gazumped You are right. I should probably just turn the flash off and optimise my illumination via other means. Once again, would be good to be able to set page camera with flash off as default for photo notes.