First pictures taken from Nokia 9 PureView (no edit at all)

First pictures taken from Nokia 9 PureView (no edit at all)

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  • Ajg Ajg
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    En blanco y negro me encantan.
  • Ajg Ajg
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    Algunas más
  • khunter08 khunter08
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    Thanks for the floral closeups.  I do quite a bit of macro-photography work in my research so it's good to see really good closeups.  Come on @HMD_Laura (are you an official rep?), I'm excited.  Let's see an 855 chipset with 256gb.  Then you can have my money.
  • Tim9 Tim9
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    Not sure about the camera but the photographer is excellent. It does look like there is a bit of over-sharpening though.
  • emmepifoto emmepifoto
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    Tim9 said:
    Not sure about the camera but the photographer is excellent. It does look like there is a bit of over-sharpening though.
    And I even turned off the auto-correction, otherwise they would be more sharp. Probably they seem sharp, but that's because of Zeiss lenses (even though we're talking about a very small lens on a mobile phone). Zeiss lenses are well knonw - in photography/cinematography - to be clearer and to give pictures more contrast.
    About the camera, well, personally, I think that HMD could have done something better, but I am a photographer so I pretend too much even from a mobile phone.
  • Please, how can you turn off the auto correction? My pictures look quite ugly out of the box :( and why is there no flash in pro Mode? At least I can't find the button for it. Greetings from Austria. 
  • emmepifoto emmepifoto
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    Tempest2k said:
    Please, how can you turn off the auto correction? My pictures look quite ugly out of the box :( and why is there no flash in pro Mode? At least I can't find the button for it. Greetings from Austria. 
    In Pro mode you have the flash button if you do not manually set any of the settings (AWB, ISO and shutter speed). That's sounds oddly but, when you set something manually you see directly the picture you're going to take. In other words, if you turn on the flash, the picture would be, obviously over-exposed. Greetings from Italy. 
  • Thank you for that info  But is there a way to turn off that sharpness filter in Auto mode (and pro mode). My pictures look not really good.well  they do  If I take the raw and use lightroom. But if I just want to make a normal jpg of not really looking good cause of that filter
  • emmepifoto emmepifoto
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    No editing. Just a correction of brightness before taking the picture.
  • <img src="https://us.v-cdn.net/6031042/uploads/editor/da/4b3nz5b41vne.jpg" alt="">
    Maybe you see what I mean  It's too sharp. But it seems that there is a routine that sharpens it after I've taken the picture
  • Seems like I can't upload the pictures from my phone? Well, it uploads, but when I press post comment, it's just blank
  • Maybe like that?
  • emmepifoto emmepifoto
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    Tempest2k said:
    Thank you for that info  But is there a way to turn off that sharpness filter in Auto mode (and pro mode). My pictures look not really good.well  they do  If I take the raw and use lightroom. But if I just want to make a normal jpg of not really looking good cause of that filter
    In normal mode you can turn off the auto correction that implies the sharpness filter. In Pro mode, oddly, you can't turn it off. Saving pictures in raw you do not have any filter at all, but, I do not know why, the copy (jpg file) has the auto correction.
  • emmepifoto emmepifoto
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    Tempest2k said:
    Maybe like that?
    When you have something that reflects directly the light, it is normal that pictures seem sharp. Especially when you take pictures of water that is not still. And, talking about your picture of the fountain, I would take that picture changing the shutter time. Setting it at 1/15 or 1/30 you would have the water looks like moving. Longer the time, better the result but, you must place the phone (or camera) on a tripod 
  • Tempest2k Tempest2k
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    > @emmepifoto said:

    > In normal mode you can turn off the auto correction that implies the sharpness filter.

    Please, tell me how? I can't find that option. Thank you so much for helping.
  • emmepifoto emmepifoto
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    Tempest2k said:
    > @emmepifoto said:

    > In normal mode you can turn off the auto correction that implies the sharpness filter.

    Please, tell me how? I can't find that option. Thank you so much for helping.
    The brush icon. Tap on it and deactivate it. Then, you'll have (on screen) a line with the same icon that allow you to change how much you want the picture to be corrected.
  • Ok. Thank you again. Did you mean that there is a line when you activate it? Cause when it's deactivated the line disappears.
  • emmepifoto emmepifoto
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    Tempest2k said:
    Ok. Thank you again. Did you mean that there is a line when you activate it? Cause when it's deactivated the line disappears.
    Actually it is deactivated when you see the line on the screen. Probably it is a software bug.
    In fact, look at the two icons when you tap on the brush icon: you have a bar on the icon when it is activated and no bar when deactiveted. Should be the opposite.
  • emmepifoto emmepifoto
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    @Tempest2k … and if you want to have the best corrispondance beetwen what you see on dysplay and what you get of the camera, you should change the setting of Pure Display: from dynamic to basic.
  • Ok, thank you. I just did that. The white seems now a little bit.. Well, not that white anymore ;)
  • i am very very like this mobile phone Nokia 9 pure view
  • Jimmy Timmy Jimmy Timmy
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  • Tim9 Tim9
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    @emmepifotowhere is the brush icon? 
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