Hon. Acoustical Engineer
- Mar 16, 2002
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I use my smartphone more than I used to, however, I still like to use the standalone camera as it can do things better in some situations besides having a good zoom capability.Crazy to see how good smartphone cameras are nowadays. Do you use your phone as your main camera now, or do you still rely on a standalone?
Yes all are unedited and straight from the phone except one which I experimented with for HDR in Snapseed.Very good pics Quad. Are they straight from the phone, no editing or anything? They don't look as saturated as Samsung pics usually are.
I've been spoiled by the camera on my Pixel, I rarely take my RX100 out with me now.
We should have a mobile phone pictures thread, that would interesting to see what sort of images folks can get out of their phones.
I'll just add to this thread. We can make it a dedicated mobile picture thread.I like the idea of mobile phone thread. Post pics of pixel unedited in a new thread.
Yes Google Photos is a great tool and very much complete in all respects. Have you tried Snapseed? It is another good editor. Other than these two most are not polished as these two.I'll just add to this thread. We can make it a dedicated mobile picture thread.
On the subject of editing, I'm loving Google Photo's, its great for a quick edit and some of the suggestions it comes up with can be quite good, some not so much mind you. But when it does a movie etc its been great.
I am changing the title of the thread to: Mobile picture thread
I used to have the Galaxy S6 when it came out eons ago It is actually a very decent phone camera and capable of producing decent images. You need to give it a go anytime you out there.I'm not really a phone person and don't often use my phone to take pictures, it's a Samsung Galaxy S6 I think and it has tons of software on it that I neither use nor understand, it's all I can do to use it as a phone and text machine.
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