Thanks! Just some snaps while walking around on break one day. Well I did put some thought into where I placed things in the frame as always but I do that in everyday snaps as well.These images demonstrate that the cell phone cameras are professional level tools if there's a trained brain behind it! I'm so impressed with this work: a very high standard and commendable!
Bob,This is from a recent trip. I shot it just to remember where to find the car when I got home, but I like the forms.
That's an awesome image for being from a cell phone. If anything you could probably print at least a 4x6 from it and it would look great. Well heck, I have a 24" monitor and the picture is at least a 5x7 and it's sharp. Good job!Here is one that wasn't ran through instagram.
The more common one - Samsung Galaxy S3:Two additions.Bequemer Sattel
Michael,Time to revive this thread.
Samsung Galaxy S5 - taken on Nebelhorn.
Samsung Gear II - high ISO, bad quality, but I like it.
LG G5 - testing in the U-Bahn.
Could make sense to rename the thread to a title that points to general smartphone photography.
I surprise myself when I connect my iphone to my laptop and then discover how many cell phone pictures I've accumulated.
Here I took 10 pictures freehand to build a wide angle view of the walking and jogging path that runs parallel to Santa Monica Boulevard in Beverly Hills, California.
Admission: A small triangle of the bottom foreground was filled in with the content aware tool as it did not add anything that wasn't in the actual scene, some grass and gravel.
Asher Kelman: Walking Path
Beverly Hills, 2014
iphone 5 stitched in Autopano giga
I do not recommend this way of making pictures, but when I have only an iphone, one can still be ambitious in getting coverage. It's not a good use of precious time resources! Still the results are always surprisingly competent. I do see a slight stitching error on the left edge of the tree, but will not fix it even if I make a print! This is to remind me to take with the right camera and ignore my family's pleas!
Excellent advice, both as a metaphor and literally!I am reminded of the song, "If you can't be with the one you love, honey, love the one you're with!"