We'll keep this brief - we'd like to pull together a variety of sample images from modern smartphones for a little experiment on print quality.
Ideally, we'd like you to send us one or two photographs that impressed you on your current mobile phone (or a previous handset you enjoyed using). The images should be well exposed, colour (although we'd also welcome some mono) and ideally RAW/DNG from the phone, or high quality JPegs.
Here's a useful article on shooting RAW on mobile and suggested Apps that support it.
The subject matter of the photographs can be anything you like but we'd like to explore quality of textures, detail and/or graduation of colour and shades if more abstract.
For test purposes, the mobile phone should be a model circa Apple iPhone 4 onwards - up to and including current handsets e.g. iPhone X, Samsung S9 etc.
Since the focus of this little experiment is quality when printed (we aim to do this at a couple of sizes), by submitting your images you will be granting Ffoton permission to print them for the purposes of this test and a subsequent talk we will be arranging. That means we'll do a couple of test prints from selected submissions, showing them here on our website and at the event talk. Photographers whose images are selected will be notified and credited.
If you'd like to submit an image or two (be picky), just upload them to www.mailbigfile.com with a note of the following:
- your name
- phone model (and any App) used
- if you have used the Jpeg or native RAW file (if available)
and email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
BIG THANKS IN ADVANCE!
And if you'd like to leave a comment or question below - feel free and we'll share the clean/sensible ones! :)