Posts Tagged: dog
Tues 02.19.14 – Walking down the San Gabriel River bike path at dusk. Photo by Ms. Jen with her Nokia Lumia 1020.
Sat 11.02.13 – The two sides of Belle le Cane in real life today:
Left or first photo: 3:39am after she woke me at 3:11am up by hopping up and down on me as I slept (she weights 16 lbs / 7.25kg) and then after two walks around the apartment complex would still not settle down to let me go back to sleep.
Right or second photo: 7:48pm when it was time to play with Mousie.
Belle is now over 8 years old and has the energy of a 2 year old. ((O.o))
Fri 09.13.13 – Scruffy McDoglet is a good sport when it comes to posing for my camera experiments, especially when it is his afternoon naptime, but today he had enough and escaped.
Photo taken by Ms. Jen with her Nikon D800 with the Nikon 85mm f/1.8D lens.
Sun 03.25.12 – Now that I am in possession of my Nokia N8, Nokia N9, and a Nokia Lumia 800, I will start a semi-regular photo comparison blog posts where I will take a photo of the same subject under the same conditions with each of the camera phones and post the photos here, with links to the original sizes over at my Flickr account for even greater comparison fun.
Today’s photo subject was a macro mode photo of Ms. Belle le Cane taken in the late afternoon light of the 5pm hour with a moderately challenging mix of cloudy outdoor light and interior incandescent light. On each of the camera phones I used the settings of Macro mode, 4:3 aspect ration, and the flash turned off.
The only thing I did not ‘normalize’ was I kept all three at their maximum megapixels for the 4:3 ratio, thus the Nokia N9 and Lumia 800 are at 8mp and the Nokia N8 is at 12mp. But it is not the megapixels that matter here but how each camera phone dealt with the color & lighting, as well as the subject being less than 8 inches / 20 cm from the camera phone.
All three camera phones did a fine job at a close up subject and there is no distortion with Belle’s nose and eyes clear in each photo. In terms of light & color, the Nokia N9 had the best response to the mixed light as photo, the Nokia N8 had the most accurate color albeit a bit dark, and the Lumia 800 had the most interesting color interpretation with a light red-ish wash over half of Belle’s face when there was no red.
If you wish to inspect each photo further, go look at the original sizes:
Nokia N8 in the original 4000 x 3000 pixel size
Nokia N9 in the original 3248 x 2448 pixel size
Nokia Lumia 800 in the original 3248 x 2448 pixel size
Mon 11.07.11 – Eight years ago today, somewhere in North Carolina, Scruffy McDoglet was born as the runt of a litter maltese puppies. He has turned out to be a great dog.
Photo of Scruffy McDoglet taken by Ms. Jen two days ago with her Nokia N8.