Saturday, February 12, 2011


These are some really old photos i took with just my cell phone . 

(No, i did not use an app for any of these looks, they are not photoshopped)



This first one was just using the flash on my phone, the way the light bounces through the water really give is a beautiful touch. It took me a lot of tries to get it because my phone is a piece of crap that wont sync the flash and capture at the right time.


This one was also a flash but with an object covering the flash a little bit. When I placed my finger in front of the flash it gave me this bright glow from the flash bouncing off my finger. It reminds me of an old photo from 40 years ago. This one was also hard because i never found the perfect position to block the flash with.

26 comments:

  1. You can't do much with a mobile phone camera. They are just there to add another cheap feature to a phone.

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  2. not bad for a cell camera. I can't wait to see more of your work with a good camera :D

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  3. Good stuff for a cell phone. Imagine what you can do with a real nice nokia camera!

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  4. Just goes to show that sometimes you don't need photoshop. Very nice.

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  5. haha i actually did think they were photoshopped till i read the whole post. the water one is actually amazing, and its pretty unbelievable you did it using a phone, nice one :)

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  6. Good pictures, especially with a cell camera! Water effect is very well done IMO

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  7. O hai, nice pic :D you are very good photographer :P

    oh, I will follow your blog :)

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  8. Really love the way that bottom pic got lighted.

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  9. these are really good quality. Keep it up

    Followed

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  10. relaxing. try doing some HDR photos.

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  11. Funny how even with simple cameras, you can get some decent pictures.

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  12. Your drain is making a sadface haha

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  13. So simple, yet so cool! Thanks for sharing! :D

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  14. Amazing ! Your shots look like they were made with a 35mm film camera !

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