The Sunset from Yesterday

Nja, dere har jo sett et par hundre solnedganger før, så hva er nå så spesielt med denne?
Nei, – rent bortsett fra at det er en helt brukbar solnedgang – fotografisk sett -, så har jeg en liten plan her:  Saken er at jeg nylig gikk til innkjøp av en ny ‘smart telefon’! Alt for stor for mitt bruk, men –  etter sigende med markedets beste kamera! En ‘Huawei P-20’
Og – den hadde jeg i lomma da jeg tok disse bildene. Dvs., jeg har tatt en del bilder med denne telefonen av den samme solnedgangen dere ser her! Hvis jeg nå bare kan finne ut av hvordan jeg kan få overført Huawei-bildene til min PC, så er planen å publisere noen av dem slik at jeg kan få noen objektive tilbakemeldinger på disse?
På den måten blir jeg trygg på at jeg kan benytte Huawei-kameraet parallelt med mitt vanlige kamera uten at dette går ut over bilde-kvalitet?!  Men her er altså de første bildene tatt med min vanlige Olympus M-1:
Well, now – yoy must have seen a couple of hundred sunsets before, so what’s so special about this one? Nothing much, aside for it beeing an OK sunset – photographically speaking – but I do have a plan with this 🙂  :
I just recently bought myself a new smart phone: A Huawei P-20!  Way too large for my liking, however, said to have the very best camera of all the phones in the market today!
And shooting this sunset, I carried my new telephone in my pocket! In other words: I have been shooting a number of pictures of this very same sunset with the new phone/camera!
So – if I may just figure out how I may best transfer those pictures to my computer, I’ll be sharing those pictures as well in order to get som objective feed-backs from all you guys out there. What I’d like to know is whether there is a difference one way or the other, or if I in my future work may safely use my new camera phone in parallel with my mainly used
Olympus M-1 ?
So – here comes the first batch of pictures – all shot with my regular Olympus M-1:
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Og så håper jeg altså at jeg finner ut av denne telefonen slik at dere får muligheten til å sammenligne bilder.

An then I just hope that I’ll be able to get the pictures from the new telephone letting you
compare with these.

Compliments of SRB)
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10 Responses to The Sunset from Yesterday

  1. These are gorgeous pictures

  2. Jason Frels says:

    The phone cameras plus the processing software on the phones these days has gotten extremely good. There is little room in the market for a mid-range point-and-shoot camera anymore as the phones are so good, but they do have a fixed focal-length and aperture lens.

    I have considered a smaller point-and-shoot camera for carrying around when I don’t want the heavy DSLR and lenses, but the phone camera is so good that I don’t really need it.

    • Seenorway says:

      I agree your point. These small pocket cameras have no place in the market any more. Besides the automatic programs select the wrong settings 50% of the time. I think I must have tried 3-4 such small Panasonic cameras, but returned them all within a day or two as
      non-usable! Now I have a Huawei P-20 and so far the camera seems outstanding.

  3. Jason Frels says:

    If you are using a Windows 10 computer, you can install a Microsoft Photos Companion app on your phone and it scans a barcode on your computer screen in the Windows Photos app and then you can quickly transfer you photos from phone to PC over wifi. I use it quite a bit from my iPhone, but it should work with android phones as well.

    • Seenorway says:

      Hi Jason,
      Thanks for the tip! It does sound kind of ‘greek’ to my ears :-), but – you know – I have a spot of trouble with an age gap here. I was shown today how to do this, but – before the lecture was over, I had already forgotten the start procedures. I think I must confess that I’ve reached the stage where I must have things written down to me. But I’ll be trying again . . .

      • Jason Frels says:

        Yes, it is a multi-step process.
        On the computer, I just type photos into the search bar at the bottom and it opens it up on the computer and there is an import button. The complicated work is on the phone.

        • Seenorway says:

          That is so right!
          When I connected the phone to my computer it emitted a ‘pling’, and – I’m used to a dialog box apperaring asking me if I want to import pictures. Here nothing seeminly happened.
          It took me a while before I discovered that such a dialog box were now visible on my ‘closed’ phone! From there it turned into a ‘canossa walk’ before I got admission to the pictures in the phone. But I succeeded into marking a couple of dozen pictures.
          Then I pressed ‘copy’ (which it seemingly did), however, it refused me from pasting those pictures into another ready made catalogue. And when I desperately tried to find another solution, they all disappeared to me. Tomorrow comes another day!

  4. -Eugenia says:

    I’m looking to see the pictures from your phone. I recently got a new phone and the pics are much better. So, there is potential in using a phone camera!?

    • Seenorway says:

      From what I can see on this modest 6,2 inches screen, it looks rather promising, and – the technology has tsaken hughe leaps overr the last couple of years. Replacing a professional camera? No, I think not, but as an ‘extra’ the day you didn’t bring your main camera? Yes, possibly!

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