Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by AJ_EVO, Jul 15, 2010.
Me too. My pic was taken thru the window. You can see it in the reflection.
"Forgot my chopsticks"
looks like the window was rolled up...their is a glare if you look in the mirror.
That's what he meant when he said that, wharpig. He took it, "through," the window. As in through the glass.
That is an unrealistic expectation from a phone. It simply won't happen.
Really? So you just set the camera to apply a vignette to the shot? It really looks like there was some color adjustment to the photo as well... Hmm. Well, great shot anyway!
Yeah, that N8 takes UNBELIEVABLE photos and video, but even the video on that is not as good as what you see on professional DVDs... still, it is really, REALLY good.
Vignette - Android app on AppBrain
Big fan of "Toy Cam" filter!?
Is that a filter on Vignette? I don't have the Vignette application (if you're addressing me) -- what does the Toy Cam filter technically do?
I have Vignette on my phone. My question was more related to the settings IN Vignette for that particular photo.
Pics are great, but I see that with motion in video capture, you get a bit of the wavy image like my Moto Droid, not as bad, but I can see it there.
Some pics I took today with Camera 360.
That is what they said about camera phones and look now X's camera is better than low end point-and-shoot digital cameras.
Some of these pictures are easily comparable to those taken with my 10MP Nikon Coolpix S550.
Great pic and video, love the brown dog!
There was a really heavy rain where I live a few days ago..
I played with the focus box on a few of the pics too
These 2 guys came out later that night..
You can check out a bunch more that I took if you want: Image hosting, free photo sharing & video sharing at Photobucket
I love this camera, multi shots of my kids doin a flip down the slide! Run them in order. What a great phone.
Wow #2 and #3 are really cool shots.
My motorcycle / New X wallpaper
Impressive pics Brooks!!
I wish they would come out all in one picture like in the preview it shows you after the shots are taken.