Testing Further . . .

Dette er et par bilder tatt tidlig på våren. Da hadde jeg knapt hatt denne telefonen
en ukes tid. Det jeg var spent på var kontrasten mellom hvit snø og vårskogen.
Resultatet ble sånn passelig – ikke perfekt.  Og i ettertid ser jeg jo at no 180 ikke er helt i fokus, men – om det var cameraet eller om det var meg som ikke var på topp, det vet jeg faktisk ikke. Også her ser man at skogen lener seg litt mot venstre, men i det neste bildet  skapes en optisk illusjon fordi bjerka faktisk vokser litt den andre veien! Slik kan man bruke naturen!
These are a couple of pictures that I shot in the early spring! At this time I had only had this camera-mobile for a week or so.  And what I wanted to test was whether it would work the differces between a warm spring wood against the white snow in direct sunshine?
The result turned out a bit so n’ so and later I could see that picture no 180 was slightly off focus. However, if it was the camera or me that wasn’t being on the top at that moment in time, I just don’t know! 🙂
Also on this occasion you may see that the woods are leaning slightly towards left?
In no 180 I’m correcting that because the birch is actually growing slightly towards the right, thus balancing the motive. That’s how you may use the nature around you.

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10 Responses to Testing Further . . .

  1. Missy's Crafty Mess says:

    Still very pretty regardless if they are leaning one way or not.

    • Seenorway says:

      Well, yes, but that’s our challenges as a would-be-photographer: Trying to minimize such effects and still retain a best possible picture for you to see!

  2. utesmile says:

    The pictures look wonderful, both of them. Nature is perfect as it is.

  3. -Eugenia says:

    Svein, those of us that appreciate your pics and photography skills may not see flaws because we’re not looking for them. These photos are stunning but don’t seem to have the depth that most of your photos have.

  4. Paola says:

    The shadows are beautiful

  5. C.E.Robinson says:

    Svein, very nice winter photos! Yes, your posts are coming through okay! 🎶 Christine

    • Seenorway says:

      Yes, I know they are, Christine, but what I’m testing out here is the quality of the pictures I’ve taken with my new mobile phone. You see, these pictures I have so far only been inspecting on a 6,2 inch screen, but now on a full screen on a 30 inches. That creates some differences! And one may see a lot of flaws that otherwise might go unnoticed on a smaller screen

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