I took this picture in Lyon, France four days ago. Snapped it with my Lumia 1020 and only edited a little bit with Nokia Creative Studio.
I'm a student in Taiwan who came here to study French for this summer. I made an American friend in August and he said he would leave on Friday because his University in the US starts in the 25th.
Since this is the last time we explore this city together, so we climbed up to the highest Basilica Notre-Dame and enjoy the view of this beautiful city.
Taken with my Lumia 920 and a little bit edited with Fotor
This picture could be a beautiful picture without the two children, but it would be a picture with no real background. The thing I prefer about this picture isn't specially the colors, or the landscape, but the captured moment, the hand of the child trying to reach the hand of the other child with the sun disclosing them, I mean it's full of feelings, you can build a story watching this. I felt lucky to be there
(Sorry for my English I'm French)
Enjoying a Carlsberg at a field of sun flowers in Italy This Picture was taken with my Lumia 925 when i was in Numana, Italy. I used the app "HDR photo camera" for capturing the foto and "Nokia creative studio" for editing. So the sun was almost down and i looked across the field of sun flowers and thought it looked really beutiful
Photos taken on a Lumia 920, no post-processing done!
This was taken a few weeks ago at the end of a grueling hike on Guenella Pass in Colorado. The photo is looking at Mt. Bierstadt, one of Colorado's 14,000ft mountains:
And this is from an incredible series of photos in a park near my home. It was taken back in November of 2012 only a couple of weeks after the phone launched - I bought mine the day it launched in the U.S.
Photo taken with Nokia Lumia 1020 (Nokia Camera Beta) and no post-processing believe it or not. These are the highest known clouds you can observe in the Earth's atmosphere called Noctilucent Clouds. They can form only under very restrictive conditions - clouds are built from tiny ice particles (100 nm) which glows on the sky when the sun is below the horizon for at least an hour or more. It is already half past midnight in Kristiansand, southern Norway.