Discussion in 'Cell Phone Cameras & Camera Phones' started by Error, Nov 3, 2018.
Blue Hen Waterfalls
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Very nicely taken image, mobile phone cameras are getting better with each new one out.
Fantastic photo! How are images like this done with a phone camera? Are there filter effects on the phone and/or aperture and shutter speed control or is it all done post process ? I know nothing about these. Thanks Denny
Many smartphones nowadays have shutter speed contol. Mine is about three years old and have it. Then there're loads of editing softwares with great adjustment options. It's very handy to have a smartphone to take photos with. You don't have to get anxious when you see something cool in your morning stroll and don't have your DSLR with you
Hero2Zero is right....
In addition to that....most of the time my cell phone camera setting is set into a "Manual/Pro" mode. I always carrying my tripod & filters such as ND, Warming, Intensifier filters (Standard ring & Cokin P) for night & waterfalls photography. Wondering of how to use filters to my cell phone? Well, I customized a filter holder for my cell phone photography that you can't find anywhere online. Everyone who's seeing it, was amazed! I get lots of compliments in it asking me to patent it. LoL! Patent the product is expensive & it takes of time to approve.
Thank you all for the info..........
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