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CenSin

Testing My New Phone's Camera: (N) Approaching Canal Street; (Q) Approaching Brighton Beach; etc.

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These photos were taken using the high dynamic range (HDR) imaging mode.

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EDIT: Linking directly to the image seems to be a pain in the ass for Picasa. I'm only not using Flikr because of the limitations for the free service.

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Camera phones is the new black...  <_< 

realizm LIED, this post doesn't not look like a NY Times article.

 

Nice photos by the way even for a camera phone.

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Nice! The HDR doesn't look HDR. Turn it off.

You'd be surprised how dark/bright some of the photos would be with out it. The HDR imaging mode makes the words ("Stillwell Avenue Track 1") in the third photo readable even though the background is very bright. And although terrible quality, the camera captured portions of the tunnel in the last photo. That area would have been just black otherwise.

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