Tiny sensor revenge gallery thread!

Show everyone the latest shots which make you feel dead chuffed with your camera choice
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Absolutely love the sets, Valery!
The transformation the Fall brings is just about tangible and the compositions are neat in neatly selected locations.

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The last snow of winter

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I especially like that first one, but all are good. What camera did you use?
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bakubo wrote: Wed Mar 03, 2021 8:53 am I especially like that first one, but all are good. What camera did you use?
Thank you! It's my Xiaomi Mi A2 cell phone... :) We get snow, but I had no camera with me.
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Valery,
I like them all. Is that sensor dust or something on the sky portion of the photos?
Image#1: Left of tall building
Image#2: Above the building right of brick building
image#3: Right of grey building.

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sury wrote: Wed Mar 03, 2021 5:36 pm Valery,
I like them all. Is that sensor dust or something on the sky portion of the photos?
Image#1: Left of tall building
Image#2: Above the building right of brick building
image#3: Right of grey building.

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The phone sensor cannot be with dust by design. These are huge flakes of snow. There was a very nice snowfall.
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Wow.
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Very nice set, Valery. :)
Love the flurries and street looks.

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Valery, this GIF you created has the impression of 3D action capture. :D

I love how smooth the motion upwards is... Smartly done. And seeing a polar bear with millions of air bubbles is also cheerful! :D

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aster wrote: Thu Apr 01, 2021 9:28 am .

Valery, this GIF you created has the impression of 3D action capture. :D

I love how smooth the motion upwards is... Smartly done. And seeing a polar bear with millions of air bubbles is also cheerful! :D

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Great job Valery.

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ValeryD wrote: Thu Apr 01, 2021 6:18 pm
I just tried a new toy in Adobe Photoshop Elements, :) any photo can be done like that

I see.

Thank you for sharing the method. :)

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Wow, Valery!

That's a beauty... It feels like it even has a pulse when first opening. :)
I like this feature and processing.

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