I like them. Nice shots. Photographers need to go away from the idea that photos need to be technically perfect.Here's a couple of pics I took with my phone camera a couple of weeks ago, I think it turned out alright for someone who has no photography experience at all.
Here's the second, which I stuffed up.
(and obviously, I have no idea who the guy standing next to the train is)
Holy shit man, did that tyre let go? I think the pic is amazing, love the diagonal composition...the car looks pink though, is it?
You need to calibrate your screen and create a colour profile, it's not Adobe RGB.
This ?240 Eye one is the cheapest good solution. Lucky for me, we're getting them on loan from uni.
or you could just get an old top quality CRT for few bucks. I`ve got 21" DELL and i coudnt be more happy about the colors, didnt even calibrate it. But when i take a look at my photos at werk, where we use calibrated Barco, the photos dont really differ from what they look like at home.
LeMans GTR the first one is fantastic
What phone are you using? and how many megapixels?
I like it more than the first
I like them. Nice shots. Photographers need to go away from the idea that photos need to be technically perfect.
Alok: Like it, but too much vignetting to my mind.
I really dig your camera phone shots, LeMans GTR
I have some relatively unexciting photos of the deck my boyfriend just built at his parent's house - I like the colours he used.