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Discussion in 'Art & Photography' started by Rossticles, Jul 22, 2011.
Not one who takes photos but,
Awesome photos, its amazing how tech has developed such a great camera
Saw this thread, figured I'd take a pic of the lamp behind me hehe. Taken with a T-Mo Galaxy S2, rooted with a custom OS of course
Unedited with my iPhone 5:
The zoom on this phone makes pictures look horrible.
All Via iPhone 5 + Instagram Post-Editing
Waiting for a meeting this morning...
Actually i have lot of images in my mobile but it needs to be edited. Which software is good at editing?? I am not having any idea and help me anyone..Thanks
No, seriously: most stuff can be done with GIMP and / or Paint.net.
Sorry about the quality. Sunrise this morning.
Yes, and it's the candid, or spontaneous shots that really bring home the message that the medium plays such a huge part in what we like to capture and express.
For instance - would Scaff have set up a regular camera to get that shot of the Nissan pow-wow? I doubt it - the drama and significance of the moment catches one's eye and the next moment one is fishing for ye olde cellphone camera. And then it's not so much a visual that's recorded - but an actual moment in time. To be savoured over and over.
Your own shot of the rabbit, nice one, too, expresses this.
I've taken tons and tons of shots like that with my cellphone. Which of course is the whole idea behind such a medium, I guess.
And on to the iWatch, probably, which might shoot HDVideo. from which we will extract stunning stills.
Really like some of the shots that machate and kenny have captured, too.
Here's a little cellphone story from a few days ago - I was visiting my ailing mother - who is in her eighties and in the hospital for observation. (She's back home now, and stable again.) I noticed that she would constantly glance at a picture on the far wall - it was a tiny picture that was about 3 inches by 4, that someone had stuck on the wall facing the bed.
Finally, in the middle of our conversation, she asked me, "What is that picture on the wall?" (Her sight is pretty bad now and she can see only real close up.) Without a moment's thought I went up to the picture, took a cell-shot, then went back to her side and gave her the phone-pic, which little screen she held up to her face in wonder.
Her eyes lit up and she cracked a huge smile as she stared at it for a long while.
She gave me back the phone, eventually, saying: "I always wondered what that picture was. Now I know." And the contentment in her voice was priceless to me. Such is the value of a good cellphone, tapped.
In case you were wondering what the picture was, it was Christ praying in the Garden of Gethsamane.
The contract on my iPhone 3GS is done, and the company is now offering me the iPhone5. I can't wait to explore the photon-catching.
Keep snapping, guys!
Just random stuff.. Taken with my Nokia Lumia 620. The last 2 photos were taken with Nokia Pro Cam...
I'm still new to these photography thing.. But yeahh.
Small selection of summer shots with the Xperia S:
A few more from a trip down to London back in May:
Took this today at Hickory Run state park.
Untitled by ilikewaffles11, on Flickr
Nokia Lumia 1020:
Testing the manual ISO and shutter speed to see what I could do with low light:
Here's a couple landscape shots. All taken with the iPhone 5s and cropped to 600px High.
Visiting mom in Anchorage
From second floor balcony by gnomefromnome, on Flickr
Geese at work by gnomefromnome, on Flickr
006 by gnomefromnome, on Flickr - Edited with Camera+
Anchorage sunrise by gnomefromnome, on Flickr
Good morning from Midtown by gnomefromnome, on Flickr
Nice Autumn scenery.
Four from last Thursday:
That panorama shot is beautiful. I really need to visit a mountain area sometime soon. The one thing I miss about New York was my view of the mountains.
Those colors are awesome.
Visit to the Anchorage Museum...some startling Silent Hill-ish displays
Anchorage Museum 002 by gnomefromnome, on Flickr
Anchorage Museum 006 by gnomefromnome, on Flickr
Anchorage Museum 015 by gnomefromnome, on Flickr
Yea the 'armless' fox was disturbing...
Anchorage Museum 016 by gnomefromnome, on Flickr
Scenery around Anchorage
A Street by gnomefromnome, on Flickr
Midtown Park by gnomefromnome, on Flickr
Midtown late afternoon by gnomefromnome, on Flickr
Midtown sunset by gnomefromnome, on Flickr
Not quite what you may be looking for. But this is my current lock screen wallpaper, using a photo I took.
Here is another I considered using:
So I was at a farm with my sister. Ended up getting this one. I'm tired and my eyes aren't be so cooperative, but I feel like I did a decent job with the saturation and contrast changes.
Here's the original for comparison: Clicky
Pics from my old Optimus G
IMG_20140812_195134 by CaleDeRoo, on Flickr
HTC 1 M8
Are you at Madeira island!?
Was. Got back on Monday.
I could recognize my hometown's taxis anywhere, even at thumbnail size.
God, I miss going there. Hope you enjoyed it.
I've got an Xperia Z, which can take some decent low-light shots when set to manual, ISO100, plus 2 EV and HDR.
All shots in the link are straight from the phone. Will definitely get whichever Xperia Z model is newest when my contract ends next year.
Loved the place. Stopped just behind the Municipal Park, within easy walk of the old town. Great food and really nice people.