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By wajid

Tags: Wildlife and nature

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User_Removed 8 26 2 United States
24 Mar 2011 8:01PM
Nice to see that photo here, Wajid - it deserved more space than on FB. Beautiful clouds and soft colors.

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banehawi Plus
12 1.5k 3525 Canada
24 Mar 2011 11:04PM
Heavily overexposed in the sky, but again, no control possible with a phone cam.

Loaded a mod with noise reduction, highlights toned down, sharpened, warmed.


Davesumner 9 28 300 Australia
25 Mar 2011 3:34AM
Hi Wajid,

No description doesn't make critique easy, please try and add at least some details.

Nice mod from Willie making the best from a phone image. It isn't ever going to be easy taking shots using a mobile phone especially when they have such a range of light such as this one. I am impressed that you are uploading images though and if that's the only camera you have then well done. I have seen a competition won with a mobile phone shot I can tell you the judge nearly had a heart attack when he found

Look, the image is not bad but the phone camera can't cope with the bright light very well, you could try taking shots through your sunglasses and see if that helps a little especially if they are polarised. The problem is as Willie has pointed out which is that you have no control over a phone camera so you can't take the shot in a different way to try to improve it. I would suggest going out and buying the best camera that you can afford and trying with that instead, it may not be ideal but at least you will have a little more control.

In the meantime, try taking these shots with the sun just out of frame so you get the light but the camera won't blow out the sun.

Hope this helps

paulbroad 9 116 1063 United Kingdom
25 Mar 2011 7:10AM
The mod is better, but this will ave looked superb to the eye, but even with a real camera the result when recorded would be very close to the recordable tonal limits. You also need a subject - Something that is the focal point of the image.

PaulLiley 7 2 13 United Kingdom
20 Jun 2011 10:15PM
Nice shot into the sun. Try and include some description. You certainly have an eye for a photo opportunity. Paul
like the sun be hind the clowed great shot.GrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
wajid 5 Pakistan
2 Oct 2012 6:03PM
Thank you so much Christinecilia..


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