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    Default Sunset at the lake

    No, I didn't crop it. I took this picture with the Panorama function of my new iPhone 5 (which I love BTW). I thought it came out pretty cool. I did adjust the exposure and saturation a bit in LR.
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    Well, it does look okay. It appears fine so I guess you did it well and I don't find anything wrong in it.

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    Very good quality for a phone.The panorama function in the makes it so easy.

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    It's beautiful! The iPhone 5 must take great photos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by landorasue View Post
    It's beautiful! The iPhone 5 must take great photos.
    Thank you. Yes, I am actually surprised by the quality of the pictures. Big update from my old iPhone 3GS.
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    the sole reason i want one of the accursed apple phones....i want to play with the camera lol
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    Great forum! I am sure this is going to help a lot of people
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    gorgeous

    so, after I spend $3k on gear with great glass, I could have used your phone and done just as well or better

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