Below are a selection of photos snapped whilst I was in London Docklands the other day along with commentary for each photo.
The above shot was snapped whilst travelling in the Emirates Cable Car than runs from Royal Victoria to North Greenwich in London Docklands. I cannot remember if I used the wide lens or not for this photo.
Again snapped whilst inside the cable car, and made B&W using VSCO Cam preset B3.
The above shot is using the wide lens. Apart from the cable car glass reflection, its a superb shot. It was a really sunny day.
Wide lens again. This is the landing bay at Royal Victoria.
Above with the standard 16mp lens. Loads of detail and the colours are accurate to what my eyes were seeing too.
Again using the 16mp lens on the G5. This building is called The Crystal at Royal Victoria, London Docklands.
The wide angle lens creates the above shot. Not for everyone due to the excessive curves.
Wide angled and cropped. The G5 wide angle lens still has enough detail for crops.
Again wide lens and cropped with a filter applied. I just wanted to show the distance the cable car travelled.
Canning Town station is not attractive. So using Camera360 magic colours (red) filter, I jazzed it up.
A building site is not very attractive, but again, used Camera360 and the magic colours red filter. This is using the 16mp lens.
Again wide and not too warped. This was taken at sunrise.
Just a road in Canning Town with lots of building work. Edited in Photo Express using the Pinhole effect.
And finally Paddington Station London. Using the 16mp lens which did a great job.
All in all I was very impressed with the shots from the G5 camera.
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And for your next article the night :p nice shoot. Nice shoots.Do you use HDR on all the photos or not ? because without HDR the LG G5 (with the 1st version of software) loss many detail and light.
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HDR is set on auto. So phone decides.
Lovely shots Gavin 🙂
For travelling that wide angle is mighty useful.
Thanks. Really like the wide option too.