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    #51  
    Those shots all look good. Did you do any PP on any of them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by eastbayrae View Post
    Those shots all look good. Did you do any PP on any of them?
    I would say **** yeah. They look very fine tuned in color/contrast.
    Last edited by dannejanne; 06-02-2012 at 03:09 AM.
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    #53  
    No color correction. Just some minor contrast tweaking in Thumba Photo Editor on a few of the photos. I have now set contrast to "high" in the phone instead.









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    The flower looks lovely.
    Happy WP user :P
  5. #55  
    I took these shots on the weekend just before the Queen's Jubilee:





    And this was just outside Heathrow Terminal 4:



    All pictures are at stock settings, so just start camera and shoot.
    Last edited by gedzum; 06-17-2012 at 02:54 AM. Reason: Pictures not working
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    Can't see anything, gedzum :-(
    Happy WP user :P
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    Thanks for letting me know. Sorry about that. Should be working now :)
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    #58  
    It is :-) Love the blue, blue sky in the second one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luminatic View Post
    It is :-) Love the blue, blue sky in the second one.
    Yup, it was lucky it was a nice sunny day with clear skies. Beautiful weekend for a family outing.

    I just saw that picture you took of that rainbow from the fountain. Great shot :D
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    #60  
    My photos are all stock no pp no edit

    Here some from Nokia Lumia 900

    some random shots


    WP_000075 by JTproductions, on Flickr


    WP_000027 by JTproductions, on Flickr


    WP_000071 by JTproductions, on Flickr


    Nokia Lumia 900 @ Bentley by JTproductions, on Flickr


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    Olse river, Polish-Czech border.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Windowsphone7 View Post
    My photos are all stock no pp no edit

    Here some from Nokia Lumia 900

    some random shots

    [url=http://www.flickr.com/photos/thenokiagallery/7413262916/]Click to view quoted image
    Do the lumia 800 and 900 have similar cameras? Your pictures look really clear. What settings do you use?
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    Rose by cbamb, on Flickr
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    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...3&l=cdce8422f3

    check it out and let me know
    Thanks
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    ;)
    Sent from Nokia Lumia 800 ;)
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    does are some nice pics , dunno why people are bashing the Nokia camera....

    much better then the one on my focus
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldgaius View Post
    The bokeh(background blur) on that is sweet!
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    Hi Y'all!

    Are you guys using any special setting or what? I've never seem to take pictures this good in my Lumia 800

    Check these examples (i call them miracles, are my best) as usually my L800 takes horrible pictures

















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    See attachement
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    Light and composition is the key. For sure also a lot of trial and error with the manual settings.

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    I'm starting to believe some Lumias might have the good camera, whilst others have a bad one, no matter the amount of updates.
    There just isn't any way I can get pictures to the level of some posted here. :(
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    Quote Originally Posted by Onigiri75 View Post
    I'm starting to believe some Lumias might have the good camera, whilst others have a bad one, no matter the amount of updates.
    There just isn't any way I can get pictures to the level of some posted here. :(

    I also think exactly the same, my first L800 camera was slightly better than my current L800. I also own a Samsung Galaxy S3, whilst the camera is the same 8 megapixels, the difference is abysmal between Lumia and Galaxy S3.
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    The sensor in the Samsung is a Lot smarter than the Lumias. Nokia "skipped" those sensors to concetrate on the PureView technology.

    The images posted here are not just point and shoot. Even if some of them are taken in Auto mode, there is some knowledge behind the shots in terms of lighting and composition.

    So, yes. You can take great photos on a Lumia, but it is much easier on other phones.

    Personally I mostly use the tap on screen to capture since it seems to make it easier for the phone to get Whitebalance right. I also use the shooting modes like landscape, macro etc. The only manual setting I use is normally Whitebalance to help out the camera in tricky situations.

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    I find getting good indoor photos particularly tough. The first 2 were just open and shoot, the 3rd one I tried messing around with the settings to experiment





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    During my vacation last week i finally had some time to play with my lumias camera settings and im surprised how good the images get, if the settings are right. Learned to love the lumia a little bit more :-)

    Cheers,
    Tom
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