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    Last edited by kihunho; 12th March 2008 at 10:46 PM.

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    Wow, I thought they were good in terms of composition.

    #1. Nice composition but it can look better if you controlled the direction of the light better?
    #2. Creative twist in angle =)
    #3 Not really in focus, but well, a camera phone might have limitations on focusing. Also, there's too much distraction at the back. LOL any camera phone gives bokeh?
    #4 My fave coz the sky is exposed well =)

    Just my 2 cents
    Keep shooting with your mobile phone, it's an interesting thing to see in the forums =)
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    tanks for the comments n also for viewing.. i always take angles but lighting fails for me.. how do i improve on tat? tanks alot

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    Default Re: i took these on my nokia 3230..

    the camera on a phone does have it's limit. especially when in low light situation. using flash might help.

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    hey buggy.. thanks for the tip.. i'll try to find more lighting

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    The 1st 3 shots all seem to be slightly out of focus (eg, focused at the branches in #1, the longkang in #2, the leaves in front of the flowers in #3)? Not sure if the camera phone allows you to focus at a spot or to do focus lock? That might help with the focusing.

    #4's color looks retro, like those 1970s photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buggy View Post
    the camera on a phone does have it's limit. especially when in low light situation. using flash might help.

    flash? if u find it over budget and don mind... bring a reflector to reflect light. Flash, hard to sync with hand phone. While, a reflector reflects natural light and also cheaper than flash.
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    Quote Originally Posted by b2973 View Post
    The 1st 3 shots all seem to be slightly out of focus (eg, focused at the branches in #1, the longkang in #2, the leaves in front of the flowers in #3)? Not sure if the camera phone allows you to focus at a spot or to do focus lock? That might help with the focusing.

    #4's color looks retro, like those 1970s photos.
    thanks for the comments B2937.. hehe.. it looks retro mayb cos of lighting.. abit disappointed wif the flowers but i will try to see if focusing is allowed on the cam.. thanks yea

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    Quote Originally Posted by johngiam View Post
    flash? if u find it over budget and don mind... bring a reflector to reflect light. Flash, hard to sync with hand phone. While, a reflector reflects natural light and also cheaper than flash.
    a reflector? as in mirrors or shiny objects? hmm gd idea.. mayb i'll try it.. i dun tink my handphone can attach a flash haha... hmm

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