08-25-2013 11:04 PM
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  1. hary536's Avatar
    dont get me wrong, l love iphones, but their pictures are very boring to look at. iphone literally takes natural pictures. it takes pictures exactly the way what you see with your eyes making it personally boring for me.
    I don't agree with that. iphones are known to take over-saturated images just like Nokia has started doing recently.
    Also, I have noticed that recent Nokia algorithms show even more over-saturation when the subject is full of green like the above picture of garden/grass.
    WanderingTraveler likes this.
    08-23-2013 01:27 AM
  2. OldMillXxX's Avatar
    To quench my curiosity, what about file size comparison between the three? Seeing is half of it for me. How do each of the pics shown above compare in size? If my 928 looks better, do I also win with storage? Thanks in advance. It would have to be the original that is on the phone and not what is uploaded here.
    08-23-2013 09:35 AM
  3. tk-093's Avatar
    To quench my curiosity, what about file size comparison between the three? Seeing is half of it for me. How do each of the pics shown above compare in size? If my 928 looks better, do I also win with storage? Thanks in advance. It would have to be the original that is on the phone and not what is uploaded here.
    Shoot.. I thought what I uploaded WAS the full image. It looks like it isn't. Maybe not the best comparison then?

    My original day backyard pictures were 928 default: 2,893KB. 928 Pro cam: 2,845KB and iPhone 4S 3,316KB.

    The only ones are on my home computer so I can't say, but I do clearly remember that the Nokia ones were a lot larger then the iPhone and the Z10, but that makes sense because since they are brighter they pick up more things which would make the picture larger.
    08-23-2013 10:10 AM
  4. Trappiste's Avatar
    dont get me wrong, l love iphones, but their pictures are very boring to look at. iphone literally takes natural pictures. it takes pictures exactly the way what you see with your eyes making it personally boring for me.
    I find iP5 oversaturates colours in bright daylight, especially painted colourful surfaces such as buildings and cars basking in sunlight. However, iP5 photos still appear "effortless" and unprocessed on other scores.
    WanderingTraveler likes this.
    08-23-2013 11:31 AM
  5. MDak280's Avatar
    I don't agree with that. iphones are known to take over-saturated images just like Nokia has started doing recently.
    Also, I have noticed that recent Nokia algorithms show even more over-saturation when the subject is full of green like the above picture of garden/grass.
    That's interesting. I've always heard that iPhone pictures look very natural (maybe it's just the iPhone 5, Idk).

    And, you're right, Lumias definitely oversaturate greens. Sometimes it makes pictures look very nice and vivid, but sometimes it looks very unnatural. For example, on a very cloudy, dark day, you'll probably get a picture with bright green grass and a dark, gray sky.

    I personally want Nokia to take a step back from oversaturation and produce cameras that take more natural photos, but that's just me. Still love my Lumia 920's camera though :)

    Also, great thread! I agree with the majority, I like the 928 photos better than the S4 photos.
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    08-23-2013 04:44 PM
  6. AndreStudart's Avatar
    the 928 camera is so much better, look at the colors, in the 928 pictures colors are much more vivid and alive, the detail is nice also..

    with the s4 the details are fine, but the photo seems to be dead, colors doesn't pop up, it's just... boring? too bright for me, I don't like it...

    and 925 shall get even better pictures..

    1020/920/925/928 are and will bethe best cameras on mobile, until NOKIA releases something better..

    well.. low light shots.. I don't even have to say something.. =p
    08-23-2013 08:38 PM
  7. realwarder's Avatar
    It's all down to personal choice. Clearly in low light the 928 blows the other two away.

    For me, the 928 is softer than the S4, but the S4 has more noise because of more detail. The iPhone is still quite good (daylight). I'd say it's colors are more how the eyes would see.

    I'd love a 1020 since its got detail and low light. Contracts... gotta wait... *sigh*
    08-23-2013 09:10 PM
  8. WanderingTraveler's Avatar
    Now that I've seen these photos, I think I'll miss Damian Dinning. He was always a fan of natural photos, ala-808.
    08-23-2013 10:21 PM
  9. Bernard Ofori's Avatar
    Anyone with any comparisons yet?
    08-25-2013 11:04 PM
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