FP2, old camera, unedited
Springtime in the botanical gardens!
New camera module, FPOOS 19.02.1, Open Camera. All are unedited, though the ones ending in _HDR were made using Open Camera’s HDR mode, which is kinda sorta like editing.
It’s been a while since I posted here. In spring my dad bought me good camera and since I have it I barely take pictures with the Fairphone anymore.
Today there was an occasion where I kind of had to.
This common blue butterfly (Polyommatus icarus) left me no other choice than the cell phone camera - or at least at first I thought so.
All pictures FP2, old Camera module, Lineage OS, Open Camera, no editing except cropping
Now that I’m used to a really good camera I must say the FP2 can’t compare. Especially focusing was difficult.
For comparison here are pics from the camera + editing/filter.
Anyway a nice catch.
How funny, the object you wanting to capture occupies you capture device
What a great picture!!! Funny and beautiful…
And of course FF camera doesn’t compare to a good camera. Otherwise people wouldn’t buy camera’s anymore i guess:)
Fall colours in the botanical gardens. The darker seasons really push the FP2’s camera to its limit, and it shows - but with some patience it’s still possible to take some lovely pictures.
The following pictures are edited to correct for the effects of seasonal darkness: the first picture of the Ginkgo leaves (made a bit brighter); the picture of the individual Ginkgo leaf (screwed with levels, applied a vignette and added fake shallow depth of field because I got a bit carried away); the picture of the frosty leaves (needed serious colour correction to make it look natural as it was dark, cloudy and early in the morning); the field of leaves (made a tiny bit brighter) and the pink bananas (screwed with levels to get colours to look natural).