Post a picture that you took with your iPad!

Discussion in 'iPad 2 Forum' started by SweetPoison, Jun 22, 2011.

  1. SweetPoison

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    This was a great idea put to me by one of our very cool members. I will let him pop in if he wants. I don't have an iPad 2 so I will live precariously through you guys!

    Please do not turn this thread into how bad you think the camera is or isn't.

    Let's include videos too ~ I'm curious.:D

    Who is first?
     
  2. antonio107

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    Is there an easy way to upload them straight up from my iPad? I.e., without uploading it to file hosting servers? Would installing tapatalk fix that?
     
  3. sjleworthy

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    a quickie i took this morning of one of my mutts... (taken in landscape rotation)

    (i've certainly no complaints on the camera as a whole, other than the physical size it shoots)

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  4. SweetPoison

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    How wow! He is very cute! That is a pretty good picture!
     
  5. sjleworthy

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    Generally, the ipad2’s camera's internal shots come out very grainy, good light or not. But, there are occasions, especially when natural light is excellent, a sweet spot can be found.

    And this is the key - good external natural lighting. Artificial internal lighting is generally where the poor ipad2's camera falls over. Outside on a decent day you can take decent photos.
     
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    This is very true! I was using Max's iPad to take outside pictures and they were very nice. Excellent color.

    So......take some more.:)
     
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    here's a couple more quickly taken to demonstrate further.....

    1) quick close up in my front yard. weather is overcast.
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    2) couple of my car, weather been wet, but brightening up
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    3) few in my back garden. sun just poking through the clouds.

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  8. Bennettb

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    How do you move the photos from photo to post? Bobbi
     
  9. sjleworthy

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    i first email myself the photo, then on my desktop i upload the photo to my own server, then post link here :)

    most peeps dont have their own servers, so use a public photo dump to upload to like http://photobucket.com/
     
  10. Mountainbikermark

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    Very nice. Thank you for posting them.
    I'm looking forward to seeing more.
    I was taking some on my Galaxy Tab and found that a center metering works so much better than spot or matrix for shots in bright light both indoors and out. What was the metering set to for those. The colors look very realistic and not washed out like so many cameras on mobile devices do. Whether 2mp or 20mp I don't think the tablets have the software to compensate for variable light/shadows without help from a program after saving the shot.
    that's why I like threads like these. If you post more will you write any settings changes you've made or whether full auto? Thanks.

    Support Our Troops!!!
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    #10 Mountainbikermark, Jun 23, 2011
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