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Offline Apex666

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Re: 10 Photography Tips that you can use on mobile phones
« Reply #15 on: November 23, 2012, 07:49:07 PM »
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  • Nice tips and will use when I take my next photos ;)
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    Re: 10 Photography Tips that you can use on mobile phones
    « Reply #16 on: April 09, 2013, 05:17:40 PM »
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  • one third rule is something i did't know. Thanks for such an awesome post Jonas. Sorry for bumping into thread!

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  • Re: 10 Photography Tips that you can use on mobile phones
    « Reply #17 on: April 10, 2013, 09:58:16 AM »
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  • Feel free to bump up any topic.    ;)

    Glad that you liked the tips and hoping to see some photos from you too.

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    Re: 10 Photography Tips that you can use on mobile phones
    « Reply #18 on: June 11, 2013, 08:51:57 PM »
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  • Hey guys,
    Long time no see, I hope everyone is doing fine ^-^

    I felt like posting something here again, sharing some experience I had with my Nokia 808.
    So here is an example for low light photography by me :)

    Btw. the scene shows the party on the streets after FC Basel 1893 won the Swiss championship.

    Here is the scene with all settings set to "Automatic"

    2013-06-02-0295 by theOne1893, on Flickr

    I changed the settings manually in the 808's "Creative Mode" and the result was much better

    2013-06-02-0298 by theOne1893, on Flickr

    I used the following settings in "Creative Mode":

    • Resolution: 5 MP (16:9)
      I choose 5 MP, so I have enough pixels left for the "PureView" oversampling. Important for colours and noise reduction.
    • JPEG quality: Superfine
      If you are in the creative settings, always use this option
    • Colour tones: Vivid
      To be honest, in this scene it didn't really make much of a difference. But after two test shots, I decided to go with that.
    • Exposure Value (EV): -0.7
      This, in combination with the "Cloudy" scene mode, is actually what fixed the colours!
    • Scene mode (white balance): Cloudy
      I guess what you see on the picture above could be considered a "cloudy scenario"
      It was just an idea to use this option, but it worked out very well in combination of altering the EV.
    • ISO: Automatic
      Using the automatic settings, the 808 choose values of 64-80.
      Playing around with the ISO settings can be helpful in low light, in this case it was not necessary.
    • Flash: Off
      Since the object was a crowd, there was no point in highlighting the back of the heads directly in front of me.

    If you are interested in some additional information about this scene, you can read the full story here on my blog:
    theonecfw.blogspot.ch/2013/06/pureview-creative-vs-auto-settings-low.html

    If you want to see more pictures, go here:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/theone1893/sets/72157634070723987/
    (I hope it is fine to add those two external links)

    Of course every low light situation is different, but maybe you can use some of the information for your own good :)

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  • Re: 10 Photography Tips that you can use on mobile phones
    « Reply #19 on: December 04, 2014, 09:18:49 PM »
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  • Wow, never thought of using flash in the daylight before  ???

    Now I know that's a nice trick to use in some conditions :D

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    Re: 10 Photography Tips that you can use on mobile phones
    « Reply #20 on: December 06, 2014, 12:49:57 PM »
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  • Very nice posts!  :Thumbs

     

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