I've seen some really great feedback about Nokia phones and HMD (both good and bad) from my time scouring around the web. Does HMD actually read through the various Nokia forums and feedbacks around the web and apply them on their products and/or operations? If an HMD employee is reading this, can you give some examples of how feedback from users online improved the company in any way? Just curious.
Hi all 👋
Congrats to @singhnsk for hitting the hit 5000 point mark in the community today! 🙌
Great work serving the community and whatever you get for hitting 5K will be well deserved (hint hint @dipankar paul !). 😃
Welcome to the first of our Tips & Tricks series. Over the coming weeks and months we will be posting lots of Tips & Tricks to help you get the most out of your devices. It would be great to hear what your best Tip's & Tricks are and what types of Tip's & Tricks you would like to get more of!
Anyway - first up #LevelUpYourLens
Global Head of Social Marketing
Nokia phones are the go-to device when taking high-quality photos and videos. As such, we are all now able to get sharp, stunning images all from the same device that we make calls on and scroll through our social feeds...
Here are a few tips that will help you #LevelUpYourLens when it comes to mobile photography.
One of the most important aspects of mobile photography is great lighting, or as the experts would call it, exposure. Having your subject correctly exposed or well-lit allows you to showcase your subject and its details, as well as giving you a chance to play with shadows and shapes.
We also recommend keeping your lens clean. The tips above don’t mean anything if your lens is covered in smudges or dust. Use a microfiber cloth to pick up any unwanted dust, allowing you to make the most of your camera.
Want to achieve that dream background look? Shoot with the Portait mode and edit your photos in our Portrait Editor to try out a whole range of different blurring effects.
Check out this post where we explained how Portrait Mode on the #Nokia3dot4 works and how it helps when taking professional-looking photos. By using this feature, you will be able to achieve a shallower depth of field, creating more contrast between your subject and your background.
Photo by ogar_parmar_photography
If you want to add a personal touch to your photos, try out one of the many easy editing apps for your phone like Google Photos and Snapseed or use the in-built effects your Nokia device provides.
By using one of these apps you’ll be able to edit you photos in various ways that affect the colour, contrast and exposure of your images.
Photo by shivakaluse
If you follow these tips, we’re sure that you’ll be able to capture some amazing photos and videos that you can share with us using the hashtag #ShotOnNokia. We can’t wait to see them!
Have you got tips to elevate photography to the next level? Share them in the comments below...
I have been very upset with Nokia's attitude. Neither do you get security patches nor system updates on time. I was very sad when I saw the new roadmap 7.2 on the last list of phones. Now I regret that I bought the Nokia phone. I wish I had taken some other phone in place of Nokia, so I would not have to see it today. Nokia is just giving garbage in the name of the phone. When Nokia 7.2 got Android, there was a lot of bug, I thought that it will be fixed in the next update, but till date my phone is not known how many bugs are full.😠