Monday, March 4, 2019

Catching The Morning Sun

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Nokia Asha 300

Mobile Photography:

Catching The Morning Sun

'Five frames with the Nokia Asha 300, sunrise is one of the best times of the day to do your scenic photography...'

Sunrises on a sunny day are one of the best times to do your scenic photography, where you will be shooting the rich, warm, early morning sunlight as it flows over the landscape. Colors of nature are intensified and equally spectacular shadows are there for the taking.

In terms of composition, one of my favorites is to go for spectacular views from the vantage point where you shoot towards the sun and backlight the subject. It is one of the two periods within a day when the light is most ideal for capturing breathtaking images.

Another advantage you might have by being in the park at sunrise is that there are still not many people around. Space is all yours, albeit the other early bird who has already set up deck-chair and a battery of fishing rods already cast as he sits with a pair of headphones over his ears as he watches the sun rising.

What will your camera be? For me, it could be as simple as my newfound favorite camera phone which I have been using since late 2018, the candy-bar Nokia Asha 300 feature phone, a product of 2011.

I started using this phone for my mobile photography images late last year and has yet to succumb to the euphoria of realizing that the Nokia ASHA 300 is one of the better fixed-focus point-and-shoot camera phones to have around.

Though the sharp, crisp and clear images are only 2985x1980 bits (5MP) in resolution, they have worked tremendously well for me after a quick edit on Olympus Viewer 3 (OV3) and print sharpening on Google NIK Sharpener Pro3.

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