Black and white photography as a genre is a personal favourite of mine. The overabundance of colours can, sometimes, take the focus away from the real picture, the composition and the underlying story. Colors can sometimes blind the eye and divert your attention. Even if you don’t get a very good image, composition wise, the overabundance of colours can make it slip through. With black and white photos, there is no hiding if you don’t get it right. Black and white photography is, thus, less forgiving.
One of the very first questions I received after starting PhonetographyPRO was an Android user that had problems importing and then locating his photos on his PC. After investigating Android to PC, iPhone to Mac, iPhone to PC and Android to Mac we found several different ways to import, locate and save your PRO smartphone photographs on either Mac or PC.
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HDR stands for High Dynamic Range. Dynamic Range can be termed as the ratios between the smallest and largest values of color, contrast, and brightness. HDR technology allows for the production of crisp and clear displays where lighter and darker shades are further apart, with the result being of a higher contrast.
I recently travelled to Spain. As with all of my local and abroad trips in the past, I brought my smartphone to use the first-class camera instead of for communication. I checked to make sure my phone had lots of memory, that I packed a pocket charger to never get stuck without battery life and headed off for an amazing vacation.
When I returned from my holiday, I eagerly showed the photos I took with my family and friends to share the amazing life-changing things I saw. As I went through the photos, I found myself feeling frustrated as the photos failed to reflect the real beauty of the places I visited. The Park Guell looked like a DIY bathroom mosaic project. The Black Madonna looked like Barbie after a night out with Ken. I was mortified and ready to exchange my smartphone for a DSLR (digital single-lens reflex camera).
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