Last night before the cold front hit, I had a chance to take a couple of photos of the last rose of the season using the Samsung Note 10+. One photo I let the camera automatically detect it. the other photo I used the 'live view' to get a nice blurred background. Let's take a look at how they came out!
On the left - Automatic. On the right - Live Photo
Realistically - the automatic photo detection of a flower got the more brilliant colors and captured the rose with a much more lively view. The 'Live View' using two cameras to create the blurred background worked well - there is some nice bokeh there, but the colors are washed out and the rose just isn't as rosy...
So, which should you use? It depends on the light, colors, and what you are trying to achieve. For the best color rendition - let the Note 10+ do it's automatic thing. It's brilliant as a camera. For the artistic look? Live view is pretty cool . . .
Oh - the original shots up on the Flickr site? Edited those on the phone with Photoshop Mix to add my watermark and copyright. And rotate the live view -- the meta data on the photo wasn't letting it rotate correctly. So, shot, edited, and posted all from the Samsung Note 10+. Brilliant phone, er, camera.
- Will England
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