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07/23/2007 02:29:35 PM · #1
Hello to all

First I'd like to thank you for taking the time and for your help!!

Will anyone share tips on editing cell phone pix- whats the best process in the best order, resizing ( smaller or bigger) etc.

THANX!!
07/23/2007 03:16:44 PM · #2
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07/23/2007 03:18:17 PM · #3
Depends on the phone. A few cell phone pix have done well here.

Most of them need some sharpening and some color correction.
07/24/2007 10:46:08 AM · #4
A crappy picture is still a crappy picture no matter what you do to it.

What's the point of using a phone to take a picture. You spend large amounts of money on your camera equiptment, use it.

To answer your question, there's not much you can do to "upsize" it, but you can always make it smaller. There are tutorials around to make things smaller (Check around).

As for making it bigger, get a bigger phone (or camera).
07/24/2007 12:12:03 PM · #5
Originally posted by Nullix:

A crappy picture is still a crappy picture no matter what you do to it.

What's the point of using a phone to take a picture. You spend large amounts of money on your camera equiptment, use it.

To answer your question, there's not much you can do to "upsize" it, but you can always make it smaller. There are tutorials around to make things smaller (Check around).

As for making it bigger, get a bigger phone (or camera).


I forget who makes it but there is a 7.7 Megapixel Cell phone with a 3x zoom on itand flash in japan. The sensor is the same size youd fine in my 8 megapixel point and shoot. The expected highlight blowouts and noise of a point and shoot but not bad al around. Expect low battery life using the flash :-P

Message edited by author 2007-07-24 12:12:13.
07/24/2007 12:42:30 PM · #6
As Nullix has implied, the ability to push (editing parameter) of a cell phone & any other low res camera image can be limited in traditional aspects of digital editing. Although I can hardly agree with the widely held view of general condemnation. If you choose to explore the image possibilities of that type of camera - go for it.

Your intended use may determine how & if you edit a camera phone foto.
Edit like you would any other picture - the limitations/opportunities will make themselves apparent.
07/24/2007 12:54:06 PM · #7
Originally posted by RainMotorsports:

I forget who makes it but there is a 7.7 Megapixel Cell phone with a 3x zoom on itand flash in japan.

My BlackBerry Pearl has a built-in flash but it actually does more harm than good.

Message edited by author 2007-07-24 12:55:56.
07/24/2007 12:57:53 PM · #8
Originally posted by skylercall:

Originally posted by RainMotorsports:

I forget who makes it but there is a 7.7 Megapixel Cell phone with a 3x zoom on itand flash in japan.

My BlackBerry Pearl has a built-in flash but it actually does more harm than good.


My 1.3 megapixel phone camera has a flash 4 time brighter then my previous phone. The phone takes great outdoor stills clor and all. In doors it bites ass. The flash and the red light on picture taking if the flash is off sucks for doing close up shots.

But the one great thing is turn the camcorder and flash on and its a hell of a flashlight!
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