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suraj0606 IND Dr. Zen(IN) | All posts
Guys here I am with some tips while using your zenfone camera...
First of all if u really want some awesome pictures by your zenfone the first thing is u understand your camera...

1. Clicking pictures with the help of manual focus.
It is the best way to click a picture b'coz by manual focus u can detail your pictures and just blur the background of foreground and get a best shot..
The first picture is clicked at India Gate and I just used the manual focus and blur the background(Subject). And created a great bokeh..

2. Exposure time.

It is a great option if u are shooting in low light. And if u want to capture a moving traffic and if u want to get a still shot.

2nd picture is a stoll shot of a moving vehicle but u notice it looks like the vehicle is stopped.  Exposure time 1/1000s.

3rd picture is of India gate with the moving traffic.  At high exposure time of 1 min.

Guys if u like the tops please comment...  

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IND Dr. Zen(IN) | All posts
Last edited by vaibhavnarain11 on 2016/5/13 12:11
well presented but keep some things in mind:

1]very long exposures(like in pic3) should NOT be used under well-lit conditions coz it will over-saturate your photo.have a look at pic 3 the india gate behind is over exposed and almost no detail is visible at bottom of india gate, you could have used an exposure of 15/30secs
2] for shooting moving traffic its better to shoot from a good vantage point like shooting cars from higher place like a overbridge.
3] for shooting light trails of traffic side view is a bad decision better use front or back view of cars
4] in ur post also add some points about other things like iso, white balance to make the topic more diverse
thankscomments are welcomed


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Last edited by afizh79 on 2016/5/13 15:11

Nice photos. On number 3,it can be a bit better if u reduce iso,its kinda over expose,cuz u use long exposure to get nice movement of light from vehicles,u can take a step back on iso. And use tripod if using long exposure(sorry if u already use tripod cuz no info on that)

1st photos,maybe intended blur or not using tripod.

But good job,thumbs up. It shows the ability of manual mode
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suraj0606 IND Dr. Zen(IN) | All posts
Thanks vaibhav for all the info yes actually it is a over saturated and over exposed picture the last one m working on it
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suraj0606 IND Dr. Zen(IN) | All posts
Thanks afizh79 I lowered the ISO to 50 which is the least but can't get a good shot because the high exposure time..
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suraj0606 IND Dr. Zen(IN) | All posts
I think this one is better.  It is nature's shot..  With better saturation...

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Last edited by afizh79 on 2016/5/14 00:08
suraj0606 posted on 2016/5/13 17:18
Thanks afizh79 I lowered the ISO to 50 which is the least but can't get a good shot because the high ...


If that the case,u need a tripod(actually,anything 1/15 and below shutter speed,its better to use a tripod and we only have digital i s, rather than ois,u know how shaky our hands can be) plus shorten a bit a step of exposure.  Rather than use a minute,maybe 30scnd would help.

Maybe it wont give a shot u want cuz that the limitation of small sensor,but atleast a good exposure will give clearer n cleaner photo,or u can reduce the exposure value -, a bit,but maintaining the same long exposure.

Plus,if u r using centre weighted,better to use frame average metering mode.
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suraj0606 IND Dr. Zen(IN) | All posts
Yeah thank you so much @afizh79
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MYS Beta Tester | All posts
Last edited by afizh79 on 2016/5/14 01:04
suraj0606 posted on 2016/5/14 00:54
Yeah thank you so much @afizh79


No problem,but i should praise you becoz its hard to take the shots that uve taken cuz you r using smartphone,which is normally taken usig dslr. With small sensor, fix aperature n etc, its not an easy job, mostly are hit n miss.

So,good job,thumbs up
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I need help with taking better photos. This will help me. Thank you!
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