Monday, February 1, 2021

Nokia Asha 300, Kaleidoscopic

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Nokia Asha 300


Nokia Asha 300, Kaleidoscopic

'Images on the go, five frames with the candy-bar Nokia Asha 300, reflection'

Still having fun with my come-back-to-life candy-bar Nokia Asha 300, while trying out a newfound genre that mobile phones are good at, close-up photography. Mobile phones, as we know, have lenses with incredible minimum focus distances which are can be used effectively as a close-up camera, or when fitted with an auxiliary close-up attachment, a macro monster.

When you have the camera held at arm's length, however, or with the camera pushed far forward and angled away from your eyes, using the camera at its closest autofocus distance, even without supplementary lens add-ons, is a guessing game. The best you can do in this situation is to take multiple shots, or a burst mode sequence while moving the camera slightly forward or backward from your practiced distance.

Nokia Asha 300

The archaic Nokia Asha 300, like the one I was using here, does not have the close-up capability as later or more expensive camera models, but sufficient to say that it handles itself well as a learning or starter camera, which can be said of other lower ends mobile cameras as well. The subject of my curiosity here was was a water-filled upturned cover of a garden bin which has collected a bunch of fallen leaves, captured against the reflected backdrop of the sky and covering foliage.

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