I do like my iPhone4 photos more than the Nokia 97 5MP camera. Did anyone compared iPhone4 photos with 8MP Nokia E7 or 12MP Nokia N8 ? I've been told that the last one is currently best camera-phone.
Dpreviewmember: Great photo !Awesome composition and lightingIs it HDR post-processed ? or just minor retouching ?What camera modes did you use ?
Thanks for your explanation, it will help me learn what to use on PP I have The Gimp 2.6 but still have to learn how to use it. After reading many reviews I bought the same camera you have last month. I'm learning with all it's possibilities. I'm not using the AUTO modes because the camera settings seem to overexpose always, so I've been using the P and manual modes. Also It seems that 8MP is better than 16MP all the time, did you ever find a case in which 16MP looks better ?What DR% mode did you use in your fly macro photo ? I'm leaving it at AUTO, 8MP, because I still don't now how to use it properly.What brand/type of macro lenses you have ?Thanks for your answers and congratulations for your your macro series they look professional and if you told me they were taken with a Pentax K-5 I would believe it.
Amazing super macro !
Great photo !Awesome composition and lightingIs it HDR post-processed ? or just minor retouching ?What camera modes did you use ?
jcmarfilph: Video is good but picture quality is nothing special. As good as HS10 only.Come on DPR show us HS20 samples in the studio. If there is anything that should be reviewed, it is HS20.
I have a HS20 and you are right, picture quality in 8MP, P mode, ISO100 to 400 are really good with this EXR sensor (much better than at 16MP). Also you get twice the dynamic range increasing contrast detail which contributes more to image quality than just MPixels counts.Fujifilm just developed a new 12MP 4/6" EXR CMOS sensor that's going to be on the X10 compact camera, it shows that they are getting serious about image quality and away from this crazy MP race, at least realizing consumers are not all ignorant.
Hi, that's a very nice composition and great choice to make it B&W to stress the contrast of lights and shadows. Really good. Could you explain how did you get the soft water effect without burning the photo ? did you use some kind of filter ?
This photo is about telephoto compression effect. It shows how the distance between the two glasses of wine seems compressed by the long telephoto lens (lower angle), 642mm equivalent, taken from far away. Te glasses are at opposite sides of a 6 seats table and the one at the back seems much larger than it should when compared to the normal perspective given by a 35mm shot from closer range.
Sorry for my ignorance, I removed my "moon entry" because it was clearly not about "telephoto compression effect". Now I learned what that is about, thanks to the sponsor and members comments. I took a nice photo of two glasses of wine showing that effect but the entries were already closed, so I'll include it in my gallery for educational purposes. Since most other entries are also wrong I think that it would be really nice if experienced photographers put a little bit more explanation in the rules of the challenges so that self-taught newbies like myself won't frustrate the sponsors.