10 cleverest Lumia shots of July
With a camera phone in our pockets, it’s now super-easy to capture a stunning photo at a moment’s notice. Check out some of these photos from Lumia owners.
This isn’t the first time we’ve featured Dávid Detkó. His photos are always incredible–and this one is no exception.
What happens when you add an angle grinder to a large lump of metal? The following:
Pic of my friend. Have to say Lumia has the best camera ever made 🙂 pic.twitter.com/8jKA1q5db8
— GridFull (@GridFullGaming) July 18, 2015
GridFull‘s photo captures an element of danger, as well as plenty of sparks.
With transparent wings and prehistoric features, dragonflies are beautiful, slightly fearsome insects.
John Delaney grabbed his Lumia 930 to capture this photo.
— John Delaney (@john_p_d) July 17, 2015
A photo awash with color can certainly attract the eye, but there’s an understated elegance about a photo with little or no color.
Had Awesh Shrivastava‘s photo of a row of pencils been full of color, it probably wouldn’t look as special as it does.
Captured with a Lumia 1020.
If you use the long-exposure function of Lumia Camera, you can create some impressive light trails.
Javier ventured into an abandoned quarry to capture this eerily beautiful shot using a Lumia 1020.
— Javier (@Javierjagg) July 20, 2015
Stavrography‘s photo is a mysterious one. Who’s the woman, why’s she dressed like that, and is she going to eat your soul?
While we don’t know any of those answers, we do know the photo was captured using a Lumia 520.
Has he adjusted the colors? Possibly. But it’s beautiful, nevertheless.
Most of the time, pinpoint focus is what you need to capture a great photo. However, there are exceptions to the rules, as fayaz_zayaf‘s photo–captured using a Lumia 640 XL–demonstrates.
Focusing on nothing in particular, especially when lights are involved, can create a really interesting effect.
Which is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below, and submit your own entry for our viewing pleasure.