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Old 05-08-2012   #81
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Iphone 4s & Autostitch - 27 images combines to make a wide angle shot.



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it's also the camera I carry around most often

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These are very beautiful ! Looks like you used "natural pin-hole effect" here ? I tried myself with a simple pinhole but was not successful ... too cloudy in the West of Tokyo.
Thanks! This was the high contrast black and white setting on my Nokia Lumia 900. I enhanced the blacks and cropped to square in Lightroom.
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Old 06-20-2012   #92
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Seen in the grocery store yesterday.

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I had to decide to post this here instead of in the "panorama" thread.
My new phone will stitch three shots into a pano. I made two of those and stitched the result with Microsoft's I.C.E. Then converted that to BW to take care of some odd color banding in the water.
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I might go back and lighten the left side a bit but I want to also keep the people as silhouettes...there is more detail in the original file but I do like this version.
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My wife and I visited her great uncle yesterday, he's 95 years old. I wasn't thrilled about driving 5 1/2 hours to get there but I went along for the journey anyway. I didn't take a camera along, I now wished I had though, so I snapped these with my iPhone and the instagram app. I know they're over processed and won't find the approval of a lot of folks here but I think they fit the mood well, besides...I like them!



J.B. says he stays in bed a good part of the day due to getting 'the vertigo' a while back, it's safer that way.


it's nice to have help getting around these days.


his current support system.


J.B. was a preacher man all his life, he never lets us leave without a mini-sermon of some sort. It was a good visit and although I didn't bring a 'proper' camera I think my cell phone worked well in a pinch.


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Some very nice pics in this thread. Particularly liked this one.

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A few from a day in NYC (iPhone 4S + Instagram)



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I am absolutely blown away by what a modern camera phoen can do. I haven't pulled out my P&S since I got phone last year.





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All taken with the shameful iPod Touch camera. Full res 0.7MP noise-fest in all its glory.









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Old 08-20-2012   #107
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Just got me my first smartphone with a camera. Had an old talk and text, upgraded to a (shriek) Windows phone. Why? I am a sucker. I now have a phone with a Carl Zeiss 28/f2.2 lens. How much better is this lens than any generic cell phone lens? Dunno. It is flare-y and I set the saturation high, contrast low using this setting. Given its propensity to flare, it reminds me a bit like the old Leica Summar I had. Still experimenting with it but two thoughts. First - if you want to take candid photos of unsuspecting strangers? Nothing beats a cell phone. In this regard, it's the best "street photography tool" ever invented. Second? Not a world beater in low light, but results are surprising in decent light. Third - all photos need "a little help" in post. I recommend the "Camera Labs" app in the Windows platform (for all both out you on RFF using it.) Fourth. Why the dearth of noise reduction apps - at least on Windows?

Some decent photos here (posted). Good job.

But if you want a Carl Zeiss name - Nokia/Windows. Nokia has a 41 megapixel cell phone camera out by the way. It's supposed to be amazing. Right now their 42 megapixel "PureView" technology is out there but on Symbian. It's supposed to be migrating to the Windows platform soon. That's my next phone/camera, next upgrade cycle.

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This is some wonderful work! I don't have a cell phone, but you folks are doing some great stuff! Show me more!
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i'm late to the party i guess. i finally got a decent smart phone (i had one before but didn't really use it for anything other than using it as a phone).

i kind of like the camera on the iPhone 4s. yeah instagram may be kind of cheesy, over processed and a kind of cliche at this point... but it's kind of fun too.



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I looked through the album of photos of the YODOBASHI Camera store in Yokohama...very few thing impress me....but WOW. That is almost worth flying to Yokohama just to buy film. The Sheet film was a mind blower ! I saw the camera shots of stock...dam. I need to go there just for the experience. Thanks for sharing the photos...That store in Japan makes "freestyle photo" look like a "Hot Dog" cart. Seriously amazing.
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