It’s the end of another month and therefore time to look at the glorious Lumia-taken photos you’ve all been sharing around the web.
Shot with a Lumia 1020, Kwadwo Minkah captured this beautiful insect – presumably using the lossless zoom feature.
Taking a Cinemagraph is tricky; it requires you to be totally still.
In this Cinemelfie (Cinemagraph + selfie. Yes, I just made that up) by @aydinbayad he is as motionless as can be. All that’s moving is the background.
Nicely done, O’ bearded one.
Can’t decide which part of the scene you want to focus on? Use Refocus and decide later, like @Javierjagg demonstrates with aplomb, here.
Chicken after chicken after chicken, with each one at a slightly different focus. Eggcellent.
This beautiful serene scene by @inteheltfel leaves you feeling at peace with the world.
We could watch those ripples rolling in for hours.
@KochetkovYuri recently shared a perfectly focused cherry sitting in the sun, while a garden remains out of focus behind it.
Watch the focus shift as you tap the background.
Sometimes, nature just isn’t enough. If that’s the case, bring props – like deepobserveron did in this photo.
Simple, but nicely done, a featureless man stares out across the waters. What’s he thinking?
We all love fireworks, but it’s always disappointing when they end.
Enjoy them forever with a Cinemagraph!
Thanks to @jennienoeline for capturing and sharing.
Flowers are always a great subject for a Refocus image because of the wonderful colours and abundance of focal points; namely other flora in the garden.
Take this example by @janleow; a sea of purple with a focus on just one flower, until you decide to tap on the screen and refocus.
Couldn’t make it to the Tour de France this year? You could always pretend you were there, watching teams of cyclists whizz past.
This clever #LumiaActionShot, taken by avnerarbel, makes it look like there’s more than one person, when there’s only one.
Another fabulous set of shots from ten talented individuals. Keep up the good work! You’ll never know you may appear in the next edition.
Which is your favourite?