Web Search

Monday, December 31, 2018

Five Frames, Mobile Photography, Noise, Speed, and All

Mobile Photography, Noise, Speed, and All 01
Mobile Photography, Noise, Speed, and All 02
Mobile Photography, Noise, Speed, and All 03
Mobile Photography, Noise, Speed, and All 04
Mobile Photography, Noise, Speed, and All 05
<< Click on image for enlarged Lightbox display >>
Nokia Asha 300

#MobilePhotography - Five frames with a vintage candy-bar Nokia Asha 300, catching the essence of the night traffic.

My previous post, the Evening Groove, got me excited at the possibility of using the Nokia Asha 300 again as the camera for my Mobile Photography posts. Images from the point-and-shoot 5MP rear-facing camera of the candy-bar feature phone are very much more than what I was getting on my current mobile. A totally unexpected exposure for me, with challenges and opportunities to look forward to.

Nokia Asha 300

The Nokia Asha 300, a 2011 vintage feature phone, comes with a 240x360 pixel 2.4-inch non-adjustable resistive touchscreen, just big enough to be used as a framing screen rather than for viewing composition details.

Image resolution from the fixed focus F2.4 lens is 2592 x 1944 pixels, the phone has 140MB of internal storage which can store up to a maximum of 112 JPEG images, and the camera does not come with a flash.

Admittedly, the night shoot session turned out rather well for me. With the noise, limited ISO, and shutter speed capabilities of the camera, I was quite happy to see how the images turned out. And again, with the aid of a few edits in post-processing, I couldn't ask for more.




Film Camera Marketplace by ImagingPixel

Malaysia's Online Marketplace for User Film Cameras, Vintage Lenses, and Camera Add-Ons. Follow ImagingPixel on Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter.

Wishing you one and all!

No comments:

Post a Comment

Popular on ImagingPixel