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Jun 16, 2010 12:23 |  #1

I continue to be impressed with the quality of iPhone photos. The subject is a plaster "death-mask" of Leland Stanford, Jr. - name-sake of Stanford University. The cast was behind glass, lit from above with a single spot-light. There was something appealing about the contrast and creepiness of the subject.

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Jun 16, 2010 12:38 |  #2

Not really that impressed by iPhone cameras as they are years behind other mobile phones.




  
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Jun 16, 2010 12:49 as a reply to  @ PhotoCupcake's post |  #3

True, that. I was speaking more in general cell-phone terms, rather than specifically iPhones. Should have been more clear. Still, it takes better pictures than my Razor ever did.




  
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Jun 16, 2010 13:39 |  #4

I agree that mobile phone cameras have come a long way.

Still, one of the more advertised features of the new iPhone 4 that has yet to be released is its 5 MP camera with LED flash. My 3 year old Nokia has a 5 MP camera with xenon flash.

Sorry that this became more of an anti-iPhone ramp :)




  
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Jun 16, 2010 14:23 |  #5

PhotoCupcake wrote in post #10373469 (external link)
I agree that mobile phone cameras have come a long way.

Still, one of the more advertised features of the new iPhone 4 that has yet to be released is its 5 MP camera with LED flash. My 3 year old Nokia has a 5 MP camera with xenon flash.

Sorry that this became more of an anti-iPhone ramp :)

It also sports a backlit CMOS censor, something I bet your 3 year old Nokia doesn't.




  
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Jun 16, 2010 15:44 |  #6

Unanswered wrote in post #10373726 (external link)
It also sports a backlit CMOS censor, something I bet your 3 year old Nokia doesn't.

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