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  1. isabel95's Avatar
    HDR processing really helps in severely contrasty morning sunlight.

    I still use that exposure slider (the lightbulb slider that comes up when you long press on an area you want in focus) to lessen the exposure by moving it to the minus side so it doesn't come out overexposed as I find a lot of images d

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    10-27-2019 11:26 AM
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    I just started investigating the photo filters and like the b & w, because it is the most contrasty.

    Here is a full sized image from the phone. I only used DxO ViewPoint 3 to correct the perspective of the slightly leaning sides.

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    11-03-2019 08:36 PM
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    It lacks detail and is noisy, but it's fine for web viewing! :-) Wonder how the same picture under the same conditions would look if taken by the Pixel 3a. From watching many videos comparing the features of the Samsung 10e and the Pixel 3a the Samsung won, except for the camera...and is a camera what one on which one should base a purchase?
    11-04-2019 07:58 AM
  4. Morty2264's Avatar
    I just started investigating the photo filters and like the b & w, because it is the most contrasty.

    Here is a full sized image from the phone. I only used DxO ViewPoint 3 to correct the perspective of the slightly leaning sides.

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    I love this so much! Can't wait to try out the black and white filter when I go home!
    11-04-2019 08:38 AM
  5. isabel95's Avatar
    Glad you like it, Morty. I think low light pictures lose a lot of detail, but they're find and very impressive on the web! I love black and white.
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    11-04-2019 09:36 AM
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    Glad you like it, Morty. I think low light pictures lose a lot of detail, but they're find and very impressive on the web! I love black and white.
    Yes, they definitely are impressive! I tried Black and White at home and was happy with the results! My cat is always the subject! Haha.
    11-05-2019 06:08 PM
  7. isabel95's Avatar
    Cats make excellent and ever varying subjects. I miss mine.

    Here's my Beegie captured with the Note 4: Photos Thread - post your pictures-beegie-tower.jpg
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    11-05-2019 06:59 PM
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    Cats make excellent and ever varying subjects. I miss mine.

    Here's my Beegie captured with the Note 4: Click image for larger version. 

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    What an adorable baby. Thinking of you - it's very hard to miss a furry friend.
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    11-06-2019 06:28 AM
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    What an adorable baby. Thinking of you - it's very hard to miss a furry friend.
    Thanks, Morty.
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    11-06-2019 07:03 AM
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    11-08-2019 11:40 AM
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    Gorgeous! And I love the cloud detail!
    11-08-2019 02:28 PM
  12. isabel95's Avatar
    A hint about backlit shots. While the hdr function kicking in for these, you will get a better exposure of your subject if you press on the area you want properly exposed. You will see the subject get light and the exposure will be locked in. You will also be able to compensate the exposure on the sliding bar with the ligh tbulb (in Photo mode).

    Here are a couple of pictures where I had pressed and held on the subjects so that they would be lighter than the camera would have chosen had I not indicated what I wanted focused on.


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    The initial upload of the elephant was upside down so I deleted the link. For some reason after I posted the rotated image, the original upside down image showed when I previewed before sending. I'm puzzled.
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    11-19-2019 02:23 PM
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