Mobile / Point and shoot camera photography.

tkin

Back to school!!
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Some incredible shots!

Either the boundary between a digital cam and mobile cam have been blurred or either we have some exceptional photographers here!
Its the former really, its surprising to see my G2 having a lower shot to shot time than the Panasonic FZ150(which is faster than a lot of other Point and shoots) :p
 

abhidev

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yeaa...edited it in Mobile itself...looked ok but looks different on computer screens :D

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Anorion

Sith Lord
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guys, friend suggested I try this, and I did, and it was a lot of fun.

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its only possible on mobile cam

Step 1 : teardown an old cd/dvd drive. There will be a moving head on a rail. the head has a tiny lens outside, a relatively larger lens inside, and a prism like thingy. the larger lense within the head, usually protected by glued on screws, is needed. The drive will prolly not be usable after this point.
Step 2 : stick it onto your phone cam. Used card and sellotape once, safety pins and rubberband the secnd time (easy to make quick adjustments). feel free to rig up something.
Step 3 : take photos. no subject you can see with naked eye is too small.
 
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Vyom

Vyom

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Visiting this thread after long time. Recently I upgraded to Moto X 1st gen. Here is one accidental shot which I took today:

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Pic edited to crop and contrast.
 
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