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Phone Camera Pics


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51 minutes ago, holg said:

Some camera pictures can be very outstanding except you want your pictures to be professional, a good camera phone can deliver.

Yes unless you`re dead serious about photography a camera phone is all you need, why take a camera on holiday when you can have both phone and camera in one small package! 

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These are some pics I took on my phone (Samsung S5) using the magnifier app that was bundled with it...it's actually one of the 'widgets' on the phone. When used, it's best to support the phone in a cradle of some sort to avoid shake...I used the head from a selfie stick attached to a mini tripod.

Magnifyer app.

The app allows a fair distance between lens and subject, so you get good shots without annoying shadows. Here are a couple of set up shots...

Magnifyer app.

Magnifyer app.

There is a slider at the bottom of the screen so you can go from this...

Magnifyer app.

...to this...

Magnifyer app.

...and these are some of the pics...

Magnifyer app.

Magnifyer app.

Magnifyer app.

In this pic you can see a broken tooth on the crown wheel....

Magnifyer app.

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iPhone 7-plus, Charleston SC harbor.

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Cat Café at night, high ISO.

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Local park, strange light...

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Mother Emanuel Church auxiliary bldg., Charleston SC, iPhone 7-plus.

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iPhone 6s-plus, St. John the Baptist, Charleston SC.

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iPhone 6s-plus, Bridge supports while driving car.

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Meeting at the Coffee Shoppe, iPhone 6s-plus with cheap Olloclip wide-angle lens.

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iPhone 6s-plus, Coffee Shop in low light.

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Abandoned bridge support, iPhone 6s-plus.

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Pier under bridge at night, low light, iPhone 6s-plus.

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Sunflower, iPhone 6s-plus.

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iPhone 5, taken at the point of purchase fresh out of the box.

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iPhone 4s, bird bounced off large window, recovering.

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Out and about in the grounds today and once again, amazed at the structure and form of the various lichens growing on the trees. 

This is Common Oak Moss or Stags Horn Lichen....named after its appearance.

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and going in closer, the round fruiting bodies can be clearly seen...

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This next one grows all over the apple trees...

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Lichen

and closer...

Lichen

and in macro, you can see the round, cup shaped fruiting bodies.

Lichen

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39 minutes ago, themysterybidder said:

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Lovely pic, Cassie, but I hope that's not in your garden. Apart from the mouse, that plant, 'Ground Elder' is one of the worst plants to get in a garden. It's virtually impossible to eradicate as the long underground roots break very easily, and the smallest bit left in the ground will grow into a new plant. Repeated applications of a Glyphosate based weedkiller are the only way to get rid of it...and even then you'll have a hard job. It also has one of the longest Latin names for a plant....Aegopodium podagraria....:huh:

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21 minutes ago, Roger the Dodger said:

Lovely pic, Cassie, but I hope that's not in your garden.

Thankfully not.  I spotted him in the local woods, he wasn't even frightened!  :king:

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