I think I have to look at those samples again.. ;D
I knew it you won't get the "again"
try harder I'm sure you will get it soon.
Focus on the math assignment [e]1f602[/e]
already got it... ;D
shhh... let's keep it between us [e]1f602[/e]
So now my brother is using the 1+5, so asked him to send couple of pictures with primary and secondary for comparison.
Have a look.
The details and focus are on point in the secondary... Provided the subjects are placed in similar distance from the lens... In your case the roof was much closer compared to the hills in the background and it tried to focus on the roof with higher aperture making the background blurry.
This is just my analysis...
Yep... you are right.
but what I'm trying to show is lesser detail in the roof you can check that in full size image link i've posted in previous post.
also i'll post the image below
maybe no one crops the image to the extent I'm showing it, but what is the meaning of telephoto lens if it takes lesser detailed image than primary lens (or maybe its my secondary lens is faulty)
anyway I appreciate you guys for the attention.[e]1f37b[/e] cheers
During the last week I was really fascinated by the huge full moon staring right at me while during my travel from office to home. I made my mind to capture it but I knew that with a mobile phone it would not be possible to capture the moon due to the limitation of optical zoom. Then I realized that I have a 12X zoom lens that I can make us of.
I was very skeptical if it would work as there are many things that come into picture while using these lens. The focus point needs to be set manual, the heavy lens make the whole setup shaky leading to blurry pictures. But I took the
I went up my roof with a gorilla tripod and to my surprise the moon already reached 80 degrees angle to my position making it difficult to even use the tripod. Finally I used the support from a DTH satellite dish on the roof and could capture the Moon.
Capture with Oneplus 6T and 12X Zoom Lens without any crop or 2x in the camera.
Funfact: I captured the moon at the same time with a Nikon DSLR too with 200mm lens, shared both the pictures side by side on Instagram to identify the one captured with mobile. Guess what- Half of them guessed it wrong.
For capturing pictures and sharing them on the mobile platform, the mobile photography is really sufficient and if you even explore the limits with such wonderful lenses, sky is the limit
Thanks for sharing that nice test and the story behind @Venky61... 8D
It's really faszinating what can be achieved with a smartphone camera if you put a little work to it... 8D
A big zoom lens is still missing in my arsenal...
I think it's time to get me one... ;D
My pleasure... And yes little effort and patience is what's required.
You should definitely buy the zoom lens. Its fun to play with.
Hi folks.. ; )
I printed some of my Macro shots with the OnePlus 3...
20x30 cm and the came out pretty well..
They look super also on the paper.
Thanks a lot...! 8D
They look so beautiful I did print only landscapes till now...I should try this
Well thank you.. 8D
Do that and I will go bigger for the next Test...
Maybe also on canvas... ;D
The fun starts now
This shot is without lenses.
so cool...! 8D
I'm pretty sure it'll start..!
Can't wait to see what you'll accomplish with a set like that... 8O
Probably a very basic question, but I would like to know how did you create the lens prop and make it work with the OnePlus?
I bought the clip lens only to realize it can't cover the 3 lenses on the 7Pro.
Some help and advice from you would be great.
Hi there @AshTheDash
I created the case for the OP3/T. I want to build something similar for the OP7Pro but I haven't found as suitable case yet... I think of either a slider mechanism or three threads solution...
I hope the availability of third party cases will increase in the coming weeks...
Thanks for your interest...!
[French] Android Q Beta 4 (Developer Preview) pour le OnePlus 7/7 Pro
by Ch4rlux, 2019-08-05