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Still searching for any Pixel phone images...


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How about any new Samsung Galaxy 10 users with the camera tech with 5 lenses? Sounds very interesting along with some great phone features. In this thread are some outstanding images taken with Samsung Galaxy phones so I'd expect that the new Galaxy 10 is no exception either!


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Ideas for the "Fast Food" junkie's..



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The snap taken above was sent to my wife when she asked me if there was anything I needed from the store, so I quickly threw these items on the counter and snapped a shot for her shopping ad-ons. It wasn't until later I noticed that the photo had a lot of colorful colors in the image so I kept it. Sometimes a strange photo of stuff makes an interesting snapshot!


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These are from a trip last week. Click on a picture to open full size image.

Panoramic shot taken while fishing at sunset:



The Penobscot Narrows Bridge:



From the observatory at the top of the bridge:

 
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Gear.Up that's my neck of the woods! When were you at the bridge?

EDIT: Duh..."Trip last week" was probably a clue, eh? Where all did you go?




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... Where all did you go?


Was up for a funeral. Just revisited my old stomping grounds.
 
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Those are some awesome images Gear.up. The colors are superb and the pano is beautiful. Can you tell me what phone you used?


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Those are some awesome images Gear.up. The colors are superb and the pano is beautiful. Can you tell me what phone you used?


It's a Galaxy S8 Plus. The Pano may have come from RAW, I'm not sure. For some reason, one of the OS updates has messed up RAW shooting and images are out of focus.

I did add a little saturation in Photoshop.
 
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A few from my DC trip last week of June









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Those are some awesome images Gear.up. The colors are superb and the pano is beautiful. Can you tell me what phone you used?


It's a Galaxy S8 Plus. The Pano may have come from RAW, I'm not sure. For some reason, one of the OS updates has messed up RAW shooting and images are out of focus.

I did add a little saturation in Photoshop.


Not surprising that the images taken were from a Samsung Galaxy. There are many fine examples of great quality images in this thread taken with Samsung smartphones.

Though I've loaded a 3-party app Halide in my iPhone, outside of just a few snaps, I've really yet to develop another workflow using RAW files. When I still used my DSLR mostly everything was shot in RAW and at that time used Canon's proprietary software to import and basic editing, export to Elements for final tweaking and convert to high quality jpeg before uploading to my online host and web use. Though it was fairly easy and quick once my workflow was established, I haven't really missed using RAW files too much.

No doubt I'll mess around in the future with the Halide app, additionally these days Photos on my MacBook allows RAW file editing, the previous iPhoto program did not. Plus, this is where the Affinity software I loaded would really shine, lots of tool selections and adjustments. It's also pretty good for photo shop work.

an example messing around..





The cat had just the perfect bend in his tail to put him on the hood of the car, though I should've made him a little larger...that was what I was going for in the beginning, just to make him look huge on the hood!




There's so many uses for image manipulations and decent software editing programs. Anybody can become very creative if they have the time and practice. I'm just a basic amateur at all this. I should take the time and work up another RAW file workflow, there's a lot to be said of working with RAW/TIFF files, despite the larger file sizes.

These days I'm just so fascinated with smartphone camera technologies and how fast they're advancing. That coupled with editing programs and photo manipulations, I need more time. I'm just scratching the surface, playing around I guess you could say. You have to make it fun.

If I were to ever switch over again, I'd definitely be looking at Samsung Galaxy, they are more than capable of producing superb images.


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Crepe myrtles are in full bloom at the Q's residence. Cool






And, firearms, of course. Big Grin



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No question, Samsung Galaxy smartphones snap some of the most superb images. Hard to imagine that these photos were taken by smartphones and still get comparable images to DSLR qualities.

Circumstances beyond my control won't allow me to lug the DSLR gear or manipulate to settings controls and use two hands anymore. Selling my stuff and focusing on the ease and simplicity of a smartphone has allowed me to stay in the game so to speak.

Excellent images folks! Q, those pistol photos are great examples of squeezing to qualities out of a smartphone camera and good lighting. I'm sure many would think a DSLR quality shot at first glance, well done!


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