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Hi All,

Please share your best mobile picture. 

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  • Shot should be landscape 
  • Share some information like location/object name etc
  • Add mobile name
  • No category restriction, can be anything. 

 

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On 11/17/2018 at 11:39 PM, Ranger said:

Location : Hyderabad

 

Which road is this one?
 

Is it possible to create any competition? :P

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17 hours ago, driveking said:

Which road is this one?

 

Newly laid road opposite to Inorbit. 

It is wide and excellent point for a car shoot.

Roads are almost empty during late hours. 

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1 minute ago, sahil said:

Location - Hyderabad

 

Wow beautiful.

Where is this place exactly? 

 

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Night photography

 

Good one 

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On 11/20/2018 at 10:41 AM, sahil said:

Khazaguda lake

 

How is this place, Is it worth a visit?

 

On 11/23/2018 at 6:40 PM, Tapahasu said:

Location : Doranala.

 

Nice shot

Mobile : Pixel

Location : Medak highway

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Shot on Honor 7x

The first and last one are at my community early in the morning. The second one at Ravulapalem, sunrise. PSX_20181029_063913.jpegPSX_20181124_193235.jpegPSX_20181028_065221.jpeg

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Nice shot

Mobile : Pixel
Location : Medak highway
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Yes. Good to visit on weekends...
I went for hiking on Saturdays and Sundays on mornings..took this shot...
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17 minutes ago, Krish said:

The first and last one are at my community early in the morning.

 

Excellent shot Krish,

Very nicely executed. 

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Nice shot

Mobile : Pixel
Location : Medak highway
IMG_20181124_123009-01.jpeg.30b37f9a32cdf11a903a6246edbc184e.jpeg
Yes. Good to visit on weekends...
I went for hiking on Saturdays and Sundays on mornings..took this shot...
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3 hours ago, Krish said:

Shot on Honor 7x

The first and last one are at my community early in the morning. The second one at Ravulapalem, sunrise. PSX_20181029_063913.jpegPSX_20181124_193235.jpegPSX_20181028_065221.jpeg

 

Lovely captures @Krish I didn't know that the camera of Honor is this good :) 

 

My recent favourite mobile captures 

 

Jaisalmer city view from the top of Jaisalmer fort 

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Badabagh, Jaisalmer. 

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Lovely captures [mention=342]Krish[/mention] I didn't know that the camera of Honor is this good  
 
My recent favourite mobile captures 
 
Jaisalmer city view from the top of Jaisalmer fort 
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Badabagh, Jaisalmer. 
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Honor 7x performs very vell. Everything that i do in my DSLR can be done in my phone. Except sunstar because of aperture control.

Low light is not so good. Gives a lot of noise.

Your photos shot on iPhone?
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42 minutes ago, Krish said:

Honor 7x performs very vell. Everything that i do in my DSLR can be done in my phone. Except sunstar because of aperture control.

Low light is not so good. Gives a lot of noise.

Your photos shot on iPhone?

 

Yeah, iPhone 7. Too much Noise in the pictures :D 

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As long as the light conditions are good, you won't find any major difference in mobile cameras. 

Only in low light, you can find a difference between good and bad camera. 

 

HDR modes have taken mobile cameras to next level. 

It stacks multiple images to capture good details and reduce the noise. 

 

 

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All the pictures Shot On One Plus 5 at various times of the day! I have no plans of changing my phone anytime soon :D❤️ 

 

Night Shot on ORR

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Broad Daylight Shots at Yaganti, Gandikota & Surroundings

 

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Few Dawn, Sunset and Zero Light Shots taken at Home on Diwali night & Gandikota

 

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1 hour ago, Sridhar Tandra said:

I have no plans of changing my phone anytime soon :D❤️ 

 

 

Beautiful they are.. You don't even have to think about changing for atleast another year :D 

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