Day 644, Sunsets compared.

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Picture 1 – Made with Samsung S7, RAW file edited in Lightroom.

I made this picture today with my Samsung s7, using the raw setting. After some work in Lightroom and straighten it out in Photoshop it doesn’t look bad. I don’t’ think a large print would work with this file, just look at the 3: 1 enlargement. But as long as you watch it on a small screen it works fine. But these phone camera’s give the best results during daytime when there is enough lite. I will show some other pictures here taken over the years with different camera’s. Taking pictures with the old film camera’s is still something I miss but it is to expensive where I live now, even when I would develop my own film. But the digital cameras are getting better and better and I’m still the kind of photographer that takes pictures as if I have only 36 exposures, but I can’t help watching at the screen for the results, something you couldn’t do before. You just judge for yourself and let me know which picture you like the best.

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3:1 enlargement.
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This is how the RAW file looked like, remember that this is a compressed JPEG file you actually see here.
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Picture 2 – Made with an other phone, the LG G4, 3 years old.
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Picture 3 – Made with a Nikon D7100 around 4 years old.
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Picture 4 – Made with a Nikon D40x around 10 years ago.
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Picture 5 – Made with a Nikon F90x around 20 years ago, scanned from positives slides.
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Picture 6 – Made with a Nikon F90x around 20 years ago, scanned from positives slides.
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Picture 7 – Made with a Nikon F90x around 20 years ago, scanned from positives slides.

 

 

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