Taken using Halide on iPhone Xs
One of our walking routes.
More from the same place.
And a frame I pulled from a video. He’s a great running partner for my wife.
All on the Pixel 3a.
Love the way you caught him in mid-stride with all four feet off the ground. Plenty of spring in that step!
A rainy day in Munich, but it helped bring out the greens. S10e, just some rotation and cropping on the third.
Family of Geese. Picture taken on pixel 3a a couple weekends ago while sitting by a camp fire at the lake.
Love this one! (Why is there a 20 character limit?)
We have those in the gardne, but they have blossomed here yet.
Pleased our toad is back Best thing about having a pond is the wildlife it attracts. Dragonflies, toads, newts, heron and kingfishers
OnePlus 7T Pro
We have a few very bright and luminous flowers in the garden. This shot was taken with the Galaxy S20+, but the results are similar from my EOS 550D and my Sony.
@ant_pruitt are there any tricks to photographing such colours? They are so intense, that they often look like 2D images.
A preference I don’t like from Samsung is the way the algorithm over saturates. On a camera, you can usually change profiles for shooting. I shoot in a “neutral” profile to ensure I don’t get overly saturated images. Canon tends to shoot warm and saturated in my experience.