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We’ve seen a lot of emphasis on photography with the launch of the stunning new Nokia Lumia 1020, which leads us to an interesting conundrum. Once you’ve taken a photograph using your Nokia, what do you do with it next?

Taking photographs using your Nokia gives you so many more options than using a traditional camera. You can tap another phone to share using NFC, for instance, or send the snap to your computer using Bluetooth. Upload to Facebook or Twitter and share with your social networks, or even print them off as regular photographs.

Taking the photograph is just the start for a lot of people though. Apps like Creative Studio make it easy to change details – such as focusing or colour – in your photographs, and the end results can be truly stunning.

Image taken with Lumia 1020

And if you want to transfer photographs in bulk, it’s always possible to plug in a faithful micro USB cable and copy and paste all your snaps to your PC, putting them into a photo album and looking back on them in years to come.

We’d love to hear how you get the best out of your photographs, so let us know what you think in the comments too. Do you use different photo editing apps, for instance, or do you leave your snaps well alone?