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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Blue1k, Apr 1, 2012.

  1. Blue1k

    Blue1k Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Thought I would create a thread where we could share some of our great shots, and pass on any photography advice using the Note. :D

    Share your best shots in this thread! :)

    Here are a few of mine shot with the N7000 and i717:

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    River Walk by Blue1k, on Flickr

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    Lonely Road by Blue1k, on Flickr

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    Warm Flower by Blue1k, on Flickr

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    Monty 2 by Blue1k, on Flickr
     



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  2. jda824

    jda824 Lurker


    Thanks for sharing. All great shots. Couple of questions. On the indoor shots did you use a flash and what settings did you have the camera set to for both indoor and out door shots?
     
  3. Blue1k

    Blue1k Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Outdoor shots were done with Capture Pro camera set to auto white balance and -1 exposure. This camera has no ISO settings

    The indoor were shot with stock camera at either 100 or 200 ISO (never use auto ISO), no flash. Both close shots were in macro focus mode. I believe they flower shot was using daylight white balance.

    Sent from my SGH-I717D using Tapatalk 2 Beta-5
     
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  4. Fred G. Vader

    Fred G. Vader Well-Known Member


    Thanks for the tips, don't know enough about photography to know what settings to use, appreciate any other tips you might have.
     
  5. johnb41

    johnb41 Well-Known Member

    Wow, really nice. Especially love the cat photo. I'm surprised at the quality you can get with indoor in not a lot of light. You've inspired me to go out and shoot with my Note! :)
     
  6. Blue1k

    Blue1k Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Ya the trick is never use auto ISO. The stock camera produces considerable noise with it on. Most I use is 200.

    If you ever want to remove noise I highly recommend Imagenomic Noise reduction for Photoshop. Amazing plug in.

    Sent from my SGH-I717D using Tapatalk 2 Beta-5
     
  7. jda824

    jda824 Lurker


    Awesome advice. I will try tinkering with the iso settings tonight. Is the Imagenomic Noice reduction for photo shop in the app store?
     
  8. 05GT

    05GT Member

    A big thank you for the ISO tips. I'll definitely get better baby photos now.
     
  9. Blue1k

    Blue1k Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    No it is a windows CS5 plugin. I use photoshop for my really good photos that I want print. I have a bunch of photos framed that people think were taken with an SLR. Hehe.

    Sent from my SGH-I717D using Tapatalk 2 Beta-5
     
  10. johnb41

    johnb41 Well-Known Member

    If you keep ISO at 100, and you're shooting in a not well let place, the camera will want to slow down the shutter speed to compensate. So be sure you hold the camera very steady and don't shoot anything moving.

    I wish there was a way to see what shutter speed the camera is using before you take a pic. Then you'd know when you really need to increase the ISO.
     
  11. Coisox

    Coisox Lurker

    Excuse me, i'm using N7000. I can't find where to set the ISO on my stock camera. Is this has something to do with my custom ROM (ROCKET-v23)? If not, please guide me.
     
  12. i swear on my phone the pictures have better color..thanks
     

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  13. poolshark

    poolshark Newbie

    Is there a macro setting on the stock GNote camera?
     
  14. i was not able to find one..
     
  15. Daniel1957

    Daniel1957 Lurker

    when in camera mode, click menu and edit shortcuts. Slide the shortcut you want to use up and into one of the open slots on top. Then you can access those options. For macro, it's under the focus shortcut I believe.
     
  16. thanks for the info i did not know that
     
  17. Mr. Ed

    Mr. Ed Extreme Android User

  18. JMac202

    JMac202 Android Enthusiast

    My Note randomly deletes or crashes photos I've taken. It shows up in the gallery but when I open it I get a square grey box with a lightning bolt through it.

    I've about had it with this phone. It's done it to a several pics and a video. Hell the built in storage crashed and deleted everything I had saved on the phone. Pics, vids music etc.

    Not to mention all the other issues I've had with my original purchase one and now this replacement one.
     
  19. JUSTQUAN2

    JUSTQUAN2 Well-Known Member

    The other night... [​IMG]
     
  20. Tware

    Tware Well-Known Member


    for those without CS, Standalone Community Version is free.. no strings or nags.. just pure awesomeness for free. Used it for years (standalone), even though I use Photoshop too.

    Imagenomic - Imagination at Shutter Speed

    I *needed* it for all pics before I got the i777 and now the i717. I was ashamed to post a pic from my Inspire without a trip through Noiseware.
     
  21. Neil123

    Neil123 Lurker

    Samsung galaxy note phone have a fine and good result it have a great mega pixel built in camera in it with having a great memory
     

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