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GeekGirl1
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Re: [No Edit] Cell Phone Pictures?!

HTC Inspire 4G. This is one of the traps on my carnivorous pitcher plant, Nepenthes Albomarginata.

I'm having a really tough time focusing. The picture looks fine until I press the shutter, then it just does some auto-blurring. I've tried different sharpness controls, auto/manual focus, ISO settings, zooming out. Nothing seems to work. The lighting here is from an LED flashlight, as the built-in flash is far too over exposed.

I also had some images of the "food" inside the trap, but didn't post because they were far too blurred. Same problem - it looked in focus until I took the shot. The trap is illuminated using a flashlight to shine up through the bottom.

Update: I figured it out and replaced the image. See »Cell Phone Camera Settings Guide - HTC Inspire 4G (Desire) (the original image is now in this thread)




Jodokast96
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I'd guess pressing the shutter moving the camera a slight bit combined with more shutter lag than you are used to. I have the same problem with my g/f's Iphone.



GeekGirl1
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said by Jodokast96:

I'd guess pressing the shutter moving the camera a slight bit combined with more shutter lag than you are used to. I have the same problem with my g/f's Iphone.

See my previous post. I created a new thread and moved the original image over there.

Here's the image I couldn't get yesterday. I'm holding a flashlight underneath the trap to illuminate it from the outside. The "food" is floating in the water at the bottom of the trap.