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    This is the place to put all of your awesome pictures/video's captured on your Nokia Lumia 925's.


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    • Off-topic Posts will be edited or removed. Please respect our community rules no matter how good your photo is.
    • The moderators of this forum reserve the right to edit or remove your posts as necessary so they comply with our Community Rules.
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    Feel free to look over the Community Rules & Guidelines here: before your post your image(s).


    For a guide on how to use your phone's camera to take better pictures see here: So you want to take better pictures? [Guide]
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    Noise levels are on 920 levels, as expected

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    Noise looks much finer grade compared to 920. Edges of photo doesn't look blurred and looks pretty sharp overall also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kissanviikset View Post
    Noise looks much finer grade compared to 920. Edges of photo doesn't look blurred and looks pretty sharp overall also.
    I completely agree, lets blow up some 920 Photos to Full Res and look for noise. When this is broken down to it most people wont EVER go over a desktop wall paper sized blowup of a photo, that's just life and for how it looks in it's current state, it will look like a professional camera on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and on forums such as this. The scaled image looks absolutely amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vlad0 View Post
    noise levels are on 920 levels, as expected

    http://www.esato.com/phonephotos/cam...1819y00wno.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by katamari201 View Post
    A 5MP camera from two years ago looks good on facebook and twitter. What's your point? Are you making thte same argument that pixels and noise doesn't matter on small *** images, the same argument HTC is making for their ultrapixel camera? If mediocrity and "just good enough" was Nokia's motto, then I really don't see the point of it even having a fanbase at all. It's not all about sharing on crappy low-res sites. People do keep these images for later viewing and posterity, send them to friends and family at full resolution, edit them, and do a million other things where image quality and pixel detail count. And people do pinch to ZOOM on their phones when looking at photos. Not to mention noise and soft muddy details in low light shots can be seen even in ****ty facebook form. Even on a relatively low res 720p display of a Lumia.
    Put up a good argument, but if you're posting on some photography website or anything of the sort, get a DSLR. Anything that requires a good photo like that requires DSLR. 90% of photos that are taken are either just saved on phone, used as wallpaper (in case of family pics/baby pics), posted on a social website or anything of that sort. Anything else (printing, tutorials, proho enthusiast, etc) should use a phone camera. The argument of noise still stand, I can blow this up on my 1080P 23" screen and it still has BARELY any noise at that level. This camera goes beyond ANY smartphone camera I can find (besides the 808 IMO) this is my opinion and ima stand with it. Let me show any pics coming from this camera to my friends, and family (I'll even choose one who does photography for a living) and the point is, this is EXTREMELY impressive for a phone. At first glance looks like an expensive point n shoot.
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    I found a video test of nokia lumia 925.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kissanviikset View Post
    Noise looks much finer grade compared to 920. Edges of photo doesn't look blurred and looks pretty sharp overall also.
    Yes you are right.. the pic looks amazing.. I think this is the 6th lens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rmichael75 View Post
    Yes you are right.. the pic looks amazing.. I think this is the 6th lens.
    There is is also theirs latest imaging processing software involved. 6th lens is just part of it.
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    Well got the Nokia lumia 925. Love it over my 800. However not sure on camera yes it takes good pics if everyone is still or if light level is ok. Flash lights up the target but you don't see background and little bit of movement blurs pics when trying to take pic of my son. I'll post pics later off my photo bucket account.

    Any tips or hints greatly appreciated..

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    Edited with photos. Pics are all on auto apart from one.

    First my son playing with fathers day card



    Now my son resting head on sofa no flash



    And last with flash

    Last edited by adamfehres; 06-16-2013 at 04:40 PM.
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    Raise the ISO settings when you taking photos in low light situation up to 400 or 800 and if is not enough than also set night mode on .
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    Also, having a light source behind the subject will always give you worse results than either having no direct light source behind, or the light source in front of the subject. If you had closed the curtain you would have probably gotten much better results in the first picture of your sleeping son.
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    Few pictures taken on sunny day, full auto. default settings. I think the sky has been much more blue that day, but I may be just a very bad photographer :-)

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    Picture taken with a Lumia 925 and Panasonic Micro 4/3 GF3 camera

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    Source: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...levant_count=1
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    Quote Originally Posted by sousekd View Post
    Few pictures taken on sunny day, full auto. default settings. I think the sky has been much more blue that day, but I may be just a very bad photographer :-)
    Looks like bit over exposed but colours are correct to my eye. For same reason sky is burned through and one notch EV value down should be enough to correct that. Same shots with 920 would have looked horrendous. So yeah, great improvement over 920 what i can tell. I'm also delighted to see that noise levels are good.

    Overall those shots look quite good for phones camera, but i am waiting EOS, unless it costs astronomical amount of €uros
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    I bought 925 and it's been 5 days since I'm using it. I thought when we shot pictures they will be fantastic with top quality compared to any other phone. I hate to say this, but I'm not happy with some shots esp when I tried to shot pic pointed to sun (on cloudy day). I don't know how bad it will be when it is bright sunny day and tried to shot pointing towards Sun. Picture is a bit dark and only background is highlighted. What makes me disappointing is same picture shot with iPhone4s is with better clarity. The result is same when background is more brighter.

    I'm using windows phone from launch day in UK and waited this long for a good WP8 hardware. After all hype created by Nokia about low light photography, I was not able to agree that I was smoked by iPhone :( in photography. I must agree, other pics are good shot by Lumia 925 which means I need to find a suitable location to shot pic where there is enough light in the foreground or camera is not pointing to direct sunlight. My mate who is using iPhone4s didn't find the same problem.

    This is really disturbing and thinking to exchange Lumia 925 with iPhone 5 if I can :(
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    Here's a comparison of the 925, the 920, the HTC One and the GS4.

    Nokia Lumia 925 vs Lumia 920, Galaxy S4 and HTC One: camera comparison - Recombu

    925 wins! :D
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    I took this on a over cast day with default settings wp_20130621_002.jpg

    And I'm loving the Nokia smart Camera!
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    Low light Nokia Lumia 925
    15w-lamp-nokia-lumia-925.jpg

    Compare it with

    Low light Panasonic GF3
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    Soruce: Review van de Nokia Lumia 925
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    I thought the NO light pictures were even more amazing! The GF3 looked nearly completely black and the 925 looked like the GF3 with low light.

    In fact, you grabbed the wrong picture. The second one you posted was the 925 with NO light. Here's the GF3 with low light:
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    I want to trade my 920 for a 925!
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    Not my pics, but some good examples of action shots and macro mode.

    Nokia Lumia 925: unleash the imaging! – Nokia Conversations : the official Nokia blog
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    Both in auto mode, taken quickly without much thinking.

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    had this phone for about 2 weeks now, still impressed with the quality you can get

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    Owned Phones: Nokia Lumia 925, iPhone 5
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