Monday, October 26, 2020

Mobile Photography: Weeping Willows

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Nokia 3.1

Mobile Photography:

Weeping Willows

'Five frames with the Nokia 3.1, aspiring for a new start with an improved camera app, that could still be better'

I was saddened, actually, at the demise of my favorite candy bar mobile phone, the Nokia Asha 300. The mobile, which was a 2011 release, had a 2.4-inch touch screen, and a 5 MP camera, served me well with its set of super sharp images which I enjoyed very much. I was using the camera in favor of the current mobile that I am using, the bottom of the line implementation of the new HMD Global Nokia series introduced in 2018.

Improved over time, the camera app that came with the set is now a better performer, with more selective functions, and images that are pretty much sharper and more delineated than when it was first introduced. This is my first re-trial of using the camera after having it lying around redundant for the whole time I was using the phone. Using a mobile for daylight shots, however, just as taking these shots here, is pretty much an art of its own, as nothing much of your framed image can be really seen on the phone's display screen.


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