camera: pentax optio s-60 point & shoot
mode: super macro
feedback is welcome
pic no # overexposure
the rest. need to check on iso noise
maybe u may start with playing with the iso and see which is the best for each subject u want to capture.
in my topic. some of the pictures there, taken using only camera phone. not even pns.
Lets post a few macro shots with our cameras and mention the model number of your cam. In this way we could at least compare our shots and get some good idea about macro mode. You go first Honam.
@shah: nope, no iso setting in my camera
& my camera is a pentax optio s-60 6mp pns
some more macros
going super duper macro,
another one: (used the de-noise & auto-levels features in acdsee, so the quality has been compromised)
i will use Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S. standard model no tweaking using android apps or whatsoever
i also dunno how many mega pixel. probably 3 or 5mp
be reminded that this is not a proper PNS camera or even close to it.
2 should be enough isn't it?
Last edited by shah ho nam; 15-12-11 at 07:22 PM.
@Undead: I like the first pic. It has almost no noise at all plus lots of minute detail (considering the camera) is visible. Second one has too much noise and the third one due to inadequate light has some noise and the detail on the table takes away the focus from the subject, which I think was the marble. I am no expert but good pics overall.
@SHn: I like the first one but whats with different resolution did you change the settings for the pics or used the same one? The first one is good but I think you should take a pic a bit more closer than this one. Pics are noise free I think you have some good lighting at your house and I think you have a bit knowledge about photography, hence good pics with the Mobile.
Here are mines
Camera: Panasonic Luminix DMC-S3
Mode: Intelligent Auto, 5MP.
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
I wasn't able to capture much detail cause I had to use flash on both the pics due to inadequate lightning.
Last edited by killerdons; 15-12-11 at 08:31 PM.
the first pic is taken at my kitchen. precisely on my daughter's personal dining table
xperia has limited zoom in features and not having any settings at all
*oh now i know that it does have exp and WB settings in normal mode
Last edited by shah ho nam; 16-12-11 at 02:14 AM.
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i just learned how to take this kinda shots yesterday, ur pics aroused a fire for photography in me
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i used a canon powershot sd500 in macro mode, good enough for my first try
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