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Old 03-24-2011, 03:31 PM
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Please Post Your Evo Camera Settings

I am trying to achieve the best EVO camera settings possible, please post your best settings here.

Sorry if this has been posted already, I couldn't find it.
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Re: Please Post Your Evo Camera Settings

I use Vignette, it has like 30+ presets. In normal mode, it makes our bad camera not suck.
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Re: Please Post Your Evo Camera Settings

I have Camera360 Ultimate installed, but rarely use it. I thought about trying Vignette, but haven't thrown the switch yet. I hope GB will give us HDR (I hate to say this part) like the iPhone. Until that day (IMO) these are the best settings for my usage. Let me know if they work for you.

Brightness +1
Contrast +1
Saturation 0
Sharpness 0
White balance AUTO
ISO AUTO
Resolution 8M
Widescreen (off)
Quality High
Metering Mode Average
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I have Camera360 Ultimate installed, but rarely use it. I thought about trying Vignette, but haven't thrown the switch yet. I hope GB will give us HDR (I hate to say this part) like the iPhone. Until that day (IMO) these are the best settings for my usage. Let me know if they work for you.

Brightness +1
Contrast +1
Saturation 0
Sharpness 0
White balance AUTO
ISO AUTO
Resolution 8M
Widescreen (off)
Quality High
Metering Mode Average
Thanks, I'll give then a try.
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Re: Please Post Your Evo Camera Settings

Vignette has that:

List of features

Effects
  • None: no effect.
  • Normal: generic film effect.
  • Vignette: focus attention at the centre of the frame.
  • Portra: smooth skin tones for flattering portraits.
  • Velvia: vivid colours for nature photography.
  • Ilford: classic black and white.
  • Toy camera>>
    • Toy Camera: lo-fi effect for candid shots.
    • Toy camera BW: black and white toy camera.
    • Leaky: toy camera with extra leakiness.
    • Cross-process: high contrast with distorted colours.
    • Random: random from ‘Toy camera’ effects.
  • Vintage>>
    • Faded: old faded photo.
    • SX–70: old instant camera photo.
    • Summer: hazy warm greens and browns.
    • Colourised: flat pastel colours.
    • Oversaturated: bright washed-out reds and yellows.
    • Yearbook: faded black-and-white.
    • Sepia: subtle tint for an antique look.
    • Platinotype: bright smooth tones and deep shadows.
    • Retro Red: faded photo colour variation.
    • Retro Yellow: faded photo colour variation.
    • Retro Green: faded photo colour variation.
    • Retro Cyan: faded photo colour variation.
    • Retro Blue: faded photo colour variation.
    • Retro Magenta: faded photo colour variation.
    • Random: random from ‘Vintage’ effects.
  • Colour highlight>>
    • London: contrasty black white and red.
    • Paris: contrasty balck white and blue-green.
    • New York: contrasty black white and yellow.
    • Highlight red: black white and red.
    • Highlight yellow: black white and yellow.
    • Highlight green: black white and green.
    • Highlight cyan: black white and cyan.
    • Highlight blue: black white and blue.
    • Highlight magenta: black white and magenta.
    • Random: random from ‘Colour highlight’ effects.
  • Colour swap>>
    • Swap red/blue: swap red and blue without affecting green.
    • Swap red/green: swap red and green without affecting blue.
    • Swap blue/green: swap blue and green without affecting red.
    • Rotate hue CW: rotate hue 120 degrees clockwise.
    • Rotate hue CCW: rotate hue 120 degrees anticlockwise.
    • Random: random from ‘Colour swap’ effects.
  • Tinted monochrome>>
    • Sepia: subtle tint for an antique look.
    • Platinotype: bright smooth tones and deep shadows.
    • Bleach bypass: extreme contrast with subtle colours.
    • Night vision: grainy and green.
    • Duotone red: red-tinted monochrome print.
    • Duotone yellow: yellow-tinted monochrome print.
    • Duotone green: green-tinted monochrome print.
    • Duotone cyan: cyan-tinted monochrome print.
    • Duotone blue: blue-tinted monochrome print.
    • Duotone magenta: magenta-tinted monochrome print.
    • Random: random from ‘Tinted monochrome’ effects.
  • Lens effects>>
    • Dreamy: soft-focus effect.
    • Tilt-shift L: defocus top and bottom (landscape).
    • Tilt-shift P: defocus top and bottom (portrait).
    • Tobacco filter: deep orange tint for dramatic skies.
    • Grad Tobacco L: graduated tobacco filter (landscape).
    • Grad Tobacco P: graduated tobacco filter (portrait).
    • Grad ND L: graduated neutral density filter (landscape).
    • Grad ND P: graduated neutral density filter (portrait).
    • Red filter: simple colour filter.
    • Yellow filter: simple colour filter.
    • Green filter: simple colour filter.
    • Cyan filter: simple colour filter.
    • Blue filter: simple colour filter.
    • Magenta filter: simple colour filter.
    • Random: random from ‘Lens effects’ effects.
  • Cinematic>>
    • Action movie: vivid agains a blue-green tint.
    • Technicolor: red and cyan 1930s movie look.
    • Scary movie: eerie tri-tone blue and magenta.
    • Random: random from ‘Cinematic’ effects.
  • Miscellaneous>>
    • Bleach bypass: extreme contrast with subtle colours.
    • Night vision: grainy and green.
    • Posterise: solid primary colours.
    • Fake HDR: under development.
    • Blackboard: solid white on black.
    • Infrared: high contrast for surreal moody landscapes.
    • Rainbow: thermal-imaging-style false colour.
    • Negative: inverted brightness and colour.
    • Invert: inverted brightness only.
    • Random: random from ‘Miscellaneous’ effects.
  • Random: random from all effects>>
  • Customise>>
    • Extra vignette
    • Film grain
    • Soft-focus halo
    • Pastel colours
    • Monochrome
    • Red filter
    • Yellow filter
    • Green filter
    • Cyan filter
    • Blue filter
    • Magenta filter
    • Light leaks
    • Extra light leaks
    • Graduate colours (landscape)
    • Graduate colours (portrait)
    • Tilt-shift (landscape)
    • Tilt-shift (portrait)
    • Negative
    • Underexpose
    • Overexpose
Frames
  • None: do not crop the photo.>>
  • Fullscreen: crop the photo to the same aspect ratio as the screen.>>
  • Panorama: extra-wide format.>>
  • 3:2 Snapshot: for 4x6-inch (10x16cm) prints.>>
    • 3:2
    • 3:2 bordered
    • 3:2 rounded
    • 3:2 oval
    • 3:2 black
    • 3:2 black rounded
    • 3:2 black oval
    • Random: random from ‘3:2 Snapshot’
  • 7:5 Print: for 5x7-inch (13x18cm) prints.>>
    • 7:5
    • 7:5 bordered
    • 7:5 rounded
    • 7:5 oval
    • 7:5 black
    • 7:5 black rounded
    • 7:5 black oval
    • Random: random from ‘7:5 Print’
  • 5:4 Large format: for large-format prints.>>
    • 5:4
    • 5:4 bordered
    • 5:4 rounded
    • 5:4 oval
    • 5:4 black
    • 5:4 black rounded
    • 5:4 black oval
    • Random: random from ‘5:4 Large format’
  • 4:3 Standard: for 4:3 displays.>>
    • 4:3
    • 4:3 bordered
    • 4:3 rounded
    • 4:3 oval
    • 4:3 black
    • 4:3 black rounded
    • 4:3 black oval
    • Random: random from ‘4:3 Standard’
  • 16:9 Widescreen: for 16:9 displays.>>
    • 16:9
    • 16:9 bordered
    • 16:9 rounded
    • 16:9 oval
    • 16:9 black
    • 16:9 black rounded
    • 16:9 black oval
    • Random: random from ‘16:9 Widescreen’
  • Square>>
    • Square
    • Square bordered
    • Square rounded
    • Circle
    • Square black
    • Square black rounded
    • Circle black
    • Random: random from ‘Square’.
  • Instant>>
    • Instant classic
    • Instant wide
    • Instant mini
    • Instant square
    • Random: random from ‘Instant’
  • Grungy>>
    • Instant transfer 1
    • Instant transfer 2
    • Instant trnasfer 3
    • Filed carrier: under development
    • Random: random from ‘Grungy’
  • Film Effect>>
    • 35mm
    • 35mm full bleed
    • 6x6
    • 6x6 full bleed
    • Random: random from ‘Film effect’
  • Random: random from all frames>>
JPEG file settings
  • Resolutions:>>
    • Varies depending on phone. Vignette demo only allows 0.3MP files to be save, but the paid version has more options which include your phone’s highest resolution.
  • Quality:>>
    • Low
    • Normal
    • Fine
    • Superfine *Save folder:>>
    • Vignette folder
    • Default camera folder
  • Save filename:>>
    • Milliseconds: nnnnnnnnnn.jpg
    • Date and time: yyyy-mm-dd-hh-mm-ss-nnn.jpg
  • Store location data:>>
    • Off
    • Use wirless networks
    • Use GPS satellites
Camera hardware settings: varies according to phone model.
  • Shutter sound>>
    • Silent
    • Vibrate
    • Default
    • Vignette
Flash (if phone has the hardware)
  • On
  • Off
  • Auto
Shooting mode
  • Normal
  • Fixed Focus
  • Blind
  • Fast shot
  • Steady shot
  • Self timer
    • 2 seconds
    • 5 seconds
    • 10 seconds
    • 30 seconds
    • 60 seconds
  • Time lapse
    • 15 seconds
    • 30 seconds
    • 60 seconds
    • 120 seconds
    • 240 seconds
  • Composition guide
    • Normal
    • Framed: black out the areas of the viewfinder that will be cropped.
    • Rule of thirds: 3x3 grid with equally spaced lines.
    • Golden ratio: 3x3 grid with lines spaced to the golden ratio.
Viewfinder menu (accessible by pressing menu in viewfinder)
  • Gallery: quick link to view the photos you’ve taken on Vignette which are still saved to your phone.
  • Import: import a photo from gallery to add effect.
  • Settings:
    • Take picture when screen is touched
    • Auto-save
    • Save originals
    • Video camera button
    • Always detect orientation
    • Keep screen on
    • Keep phone unlocked
Preview menu (accessible by touching screen pressing menu or pressing back in the photo preview screen):
  • Discard: discard photo and return to the viewfinder to take another.
  • Effects: change/add the effects and frames to the photo taken.
  • Rotate: rotate the photo for viewing correctly.
  • Save and close
  • Save a copy
  • Share this preview - share the preview quality photo using your installed apps that allow such a service (currently not supporting Handcent SMS).
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Re: Please Post Your Evo Camera Settings

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Vignette has that:
I assume you're referring to HDR... Camera360 has it too, but w/ both of these apps, the HDR is accomplished by software processing as opposed to bracketing (which is the correct way and coincidentally how the iPhone4 does it). I have read that the EVOs camera has the ability, but it's handicapped by the software.
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Re: Please Post Your Evo Camera Settings

I press that little round thing and try not to cut the heads off.
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Re: Please Post Your Evo Camera Settings

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I am trying to achieve the best EVO camera settings possible, please post your best settings here.
I need to tune my flesh tones. Any chance of seeing some of yours?


Doh!
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Re: Please Post Your Evo Camera Settings

I'll post some examples this weekend.
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I need to tune my flesh tones. Any chance of seeing some of yours?


Doh!
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