The LG Eclipse’s “Ultrapixel” camera is one selling points, and it have the vast assortment of photo features arranged around it.
It is one of the top-performing Android phones now and on guide to Androidography we take the LG Eclipse.
The photography of the smart phoney, Whether on Android or Apple IOS, all have the advocates and detractors.
After all, who wants to carry separate devices to do separate things?
HDR stands for High Dynamic Range imaging.Basically, a typical HDR image is composed of 3 or more images, one image with a normal exposure and other two or more with a slight low and high exposure.
The final image is the combination of all these images giving you a stunning, rich in color, HDR photo.
Getting to know your kit’s specs, strengths and peculiarities will be vital when shooting.
The camera unit’s integrated f/2.0 aperture, which lets a whole lot of light onto the 8-megapixel backside-illuminated sensor.
The LG Eclipse packs a Super-LCD 2 screen measuring in at 4.7 inches as the viewfinder.
1.The HTC Sense’s “sightseeing mode” also means you can easily jump in and out of the app at ease.Open your camera app.
2.Press the large A button on your LG Eclipse screen.
3.Next,choose the HDR mode and shoot the image by you LG Eclipse.
4.Make sure, while shooting the image, your hand’s rock steady.You can use the app stabilizer feature.
5.Last,look at the preview and then save the final image.
6.Preview your photos, if you feel not so good, try again.
Ok,you can shoot HDR photos with your LG Eclipse now.Have a try.