A couple of weeks ago I was invited by Three network to Ziferblat where we met an experienced and talented photographer Aidan O’rourke for a master class where we discussed and practised different technics for taking high quality pictures with a mobile phone. Aidan, a professional freelance photographer for Manchester Evening News, taught us how to take fantastic pictures by using Samsung Galaxy S6 which we were all handed by Three Network team before being set to explore colourful and lively streets of NQ in Manchester. I have to admit that slim, seamless, full metal and glass construction gives the Samsung Galaxy S6 a stunning look and feel. I was blown away by the crispy clear quality of the pictures I took. According to the specialists ( sorry for being too technical), with a 16MP BSI CMOS sensor, faster F1.9 lens and the addition of an optical image stabilization system the Galaxy S6 Edge camera is a clear improvement on the previous model. Additionally, the camera is now always in stand-by mode which means it can be launched very quickly by double-clicking the home button. It also comes with a multitude of various filters – modes, my favourite is Beauty Face mode which is just perfect to smoothe-out people’s faces, removing skin blemishes and wrinkles in the process. Even though it doesn’t look remotely natural on its highest setting being just a simplified phone version of airbrushing I still find it a very useful and practical tool when on the go. You can see the quality of this camera for yourself, I shot all these pictures on Samsung Galaxy S6.
Hope you all having a great week. I have lots of blog posts this week so keep pooping in x