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16th May 2005, 07:13   | tags:,,

alexis says:

top one, neat. I almost didn't notice the color shift.
second one, interesting.
*raises an eyebrow* filters? or, odd phone-cam result? aliens beaming something up in the second one?

16th May 2005, 07:26

mat says:

Now that is interesting. the first shot was taken directly into the full sun, and the very first shot I took like that with this phone has that colour gradation. It seems we have an undocumented feature here.. weird the way it goes purple one side of the light source and green the other..

The effect in the second shot is just my orbital laser platforms test firing. nothing to worry about.

16th May 2005, 07:36

alexis says:


very weird, but, i bet there's good reasoning behind it/ something to do with how digital photography works/ eyes work/ - you know, 3-d glasses, and, how each eye sees either more red or blue, .....actually. no. it's probably a completely random cool phone glitch.

wow to that linked image.
my phone only makes intense light a not attractive grainy solid pink/purple (black in the case of the sun)

....... oh, can't believe I didn't guess that.

16th May 2005, 07:45

crazyb says:

I've always thought its amazing how different clouds can look with a slight filter applied, and this shows the same sort of thing. Very funky!

I have simular affects with light pick up with my fuji digital camera, sometimes its a real pain, the rest of the time its just beautiful....

*goes hunting for funky light pics...*

16th May 2005, 10:16

Euphro says:

Daylight is polarized across the sky. something bees use to navigate. Perhaps your 'phone was picking that up :)

16th May 2005, 10:35

slinka says:

omg those are clouds? They look like a blanket in the sky.

17th May 2005, 20:26