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Sunday morning in Civitavecchia

By miptog
Started experimenting with the Pano function on an IPhone. Chose this shot to upload as it was challenging for the camera, extremes between highlights and shadows, and also managing colour rendition contrast. I am finding more and more these days that the one camera I have with me nearly all the time is an Iphone, and albeit with limitations it is very easy to carry around. I used to take several photos then stitch them together in post (usually photoshop), but this has all been done in the camera. Post processing has been minimal using FASTSTONE image viewer. Please feel free to comment, discuss etc.

Tags: Landscape Street photography Travel Panorama Italy Iphone Landscape and travel

Voters: woolybill1, dudler, georgiepoolie and 7 more

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dudler Plus
17 1.6k 1835 England
26 Oct 2017 6:48PM
It's interesting that Tim Clinch writes two monthly columns for 'Black & White Photography' - one of which is devoted to iPhotography.

Cameraphones have limitations, but are very capable indeed within their strong areas - and iPhones seem to be particularly good.

From a personal point of view, though, I can't be doing without a viewfinder - but I wouldn't want my prejudices to stop others enjoying hte world through a lens!
pablophotographer 9 1.8k 405
24 Nov 2017 8:33PM
From my experience using other people's iphones they are quite capable in calculating lighting and taking good pictures. And that was with phones like yours or previous models so I suppose the newer ones have upped the game.

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