I’ve covered Landscape Photography and Close-Up likewise, so this time, I’m going to turn to normal domestic photography on the Nokia N86. And which part of the house is best to show the potential of the N86? The garden of course!
Gardening with Nokia N86
These are mostly a mix of close-up and normal shots; some just taken under Automatic mode with similar lighting, referring to sunlight of course. No additional settings were changed. Side note; thanks to WOMWorld/Nokia!
[Note: The 3rd image isn't so clear; my hand shook]
Final verdict: There was no difficulty for this session. With the mode set on Automatic and Close-Up for the few Macro shots, the phone would automatically adjust for the lighting, close-up blur, etc. And as you can see, the images are quite stunning; you guys should see them at full resolution!
Colour reproduction is again, beautiful and realistic, vivid too! As for the image quality, only one image turned out blur, and even that is due to my own mistake. Details on the leaves are gracefully captured and reproduced in pictures, just see one of the close-up ones above.
There is no let down in terms of amateur photography such as this, especially when it comes to the pre-set Automatic mode. Some of the images are even better than many medium level 8MP digital cameras I’ve seen, and in that case, this is indeed a good buy for those interested in daily timepass photography. The beauty of the wide angle lens isn’t so much seen here, these photos are simple ‘portraits’ of plants in the garden. On the whole, just like what I said yesterday for Macro photography, for a mobile phone camera, I would frankly say that this is indeed the best I’ve seen disregarding the amount of Mega-Pixels! Mighty mighty!
Full gallery can be found on Flickr
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