Mista Skee

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photoblog image THE CAMERA PHONE SERIES:"Equals 3"

THE CAMERA PHONE SERIES:"Equals 3"

THE CAMERA PHONE SERIES: (2MP SPV m600 aka HTC Prophet)

Something really different from mista Skee today. Pictures taken with my mobile phone, which is a 2MP SPV m600 otherwise known as the "HTC Prophet".

Camera phones have come along way, some even with over 2MP i.e the Sony Ericsson K700i phone,  as Duane on Shutterchance can testify, this phone can produce really good pictures.

They do still have some limitations, but I feel they are an excellent device for blogging, often I hear peeps say, "If only they had a 5D, 1Dmark2 etc and quality glass", but the truth of the matter is, even the simplest of cameras can produce wonderful pictures. The only limitation is the photographer's talent.


I'm really impressed with the results that I achieved, conversion to monotone of course was done in Adobe CS2, I normally manipulate only the curve tools for this, not that this is the only way, over the years, Skee has tried so many different ways... this works for me, bottom line!

It's going to be an interesting week, here in Skeetown, so make sure you not only come back but also drop a line, even if you don't like my work, typing is a good exercise for quick response reaction training lol :-)



THE CAMERA PHONE SERIES:"Equals 3"

THE CAMERA PHONE SERIES: (2MP SPV m600 aka HTC Prophet)

Something really different from mista Skee today. Pictures taken with my mobile phone, which is a 2MP SPV m600 otherwise known as the "HTC Prophet".

Camera phones have come along way, some even with over 2MP i.e the Sony Ericsson K700i phone,  as Duane on Shutterchance can testify, this phone can produce really good pictures.

They do still have some limitations, but I feel they are an excellent device for blogging, often I hear peeps say, "If only they had a 5D, 1Dmark2 etc and quality glass", but the truth of the matter is, even the simplest of cameras can produce wonderful pictures. The only limitation is the photographer's talent.


I'm really impressed with the results that I achieved, conversion to monotone of course was done in Adobe CS2, I normally manipulate only the curve tools for this, not that this is the only way, over the years, Skee has tried so many different ways... this works for me, bottom line!

It's going to be an interesting week, here in Skeetown, so make sure you not only come back but also drop a line, even if you don't like my work, typing is a good exercise for quick response reaction training lol :-)



comments (14)

  • E Etomi
  • Nigeria
  • 7 Aug 2006, 00:11
I think this is brilliant from a camera phone!!!! Will have to try min out.
Mr Skee: Thanks, cameras are making Skee very lazy, there was a time when I could get by with just a sketchbook and pencil. The challenge with the camera phone is to make the picture as creative as possible.
I have a new cameraphone photoblog.

Check it out: http://www.shutterchance.com/bloggers/streetphone/index.php
wow skee,

i am really impressed with the quality of the shots that you were able to capture with your camera phone. i really never would have guessed that it was done with a camera phone. excellent capture of details, and i especially like the blurring in the third shot.
  • sk
  • United States
  • 7 Aug 2006, 09:35
are U sure this is a camera phone? very good work man
  • Suby
  • Milton Keynes, Great Britain (UK)
  • 7 Aug 2006, 15:10
Aaaaaahhhhh, I DISLIKE THE SKEEELLOOOOO. He stolen my idea, had a couple of mobile fones shots I was going to put up in the next few days and he beat me to it.

AAAAaaaaarrrggggghhhhh, smile P) lol

Okay mine where really landscape shots (and one or 2 people shots)from my mobile I took when Sinem & I went on our Honeymoon.

Have to give you your props bro, these are wonderful, lovely stonking shots.

AHHH THE SKEELO FINALLY GOT THE RIGHT ANGLE OF THIS MODEL (Can I get a hallelujah someone)

And the camera does not always maketh the image, the photographer behind the camera maketh the image. I say this all the time, however, if you are ever ready to chuck/swap in your Canon 5D for my Nokia 2 Megapixel camera fone, YOU ARE MORE THAN WELCOME smile

Suby

P.s
The 1Dmark2, ahhh, had a dream last night that I owned one, Ahhhh blisss... then I woke up and reality set in smile
Nice idea annd well done ! ;-)
  • Offie
  • my paddie pad pad
  • 7 Aug 2006, 22:27
No way you so did not!! Mista Skee!!!But guess what you have really inspired me ...as now i can have a blog too ... Shutterchance here i come ....Clever clogs x
amazing pictures for a camera phone!
no ... no ... these all because of the person who did shot grin
great pictures!
Ok Mr Dazzle how did u post process this? The shot in the middle is my best, the shadows well done.
  • AP
  • Beyond the realms of space and time
  • 8 Aug 2006, 18:09
Amen Brother Skee. I always like to say it ain't the camera but the man (or woman) behind it. I have seen some incredible work on some photoblogs that came from a cameraphone. The one that sticks out in my mind is JustPhoto (http://photos.ericssetiawan.com) he just recently got a 350D. Quality work here with your phone.
  • micki
  • United States
  • 9 Aug 2006, 03:28
Not only is the quality of these images amazing, but the images themselves were well done! Each one stands on its own.
  • the enforcer
  • from the deep
  • 10 Aug 2006, 10:20
and my third photo slap goes to Mr Skee, not because of this nice shot, no sir, but bcos U promised to produce photos in Skeetown and U seriously let me down. For tha U get a sonic boom photo slap.
  • stephen
  • Irl
  • 13 Sep 2006, 20:34
A simple solution to perfection
i feel you on the write up. Im one of those who used to complain about my camera. Im healed of that now.

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