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Vienna Seen Through a Nokia Lumia 1020 41Mp Pureview

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7th December 2013

In the first week of December 2013 we took these photos in Vienna, Austria with a Nokia Lumia 1020 41Mp Pureview. Over a couple of days with the weather ranging from clear blur skies to heavy overcast and fog, these photos below were taken and demonstrate how good the camera technology is on the  Nokia Lumia 1020. All photos have been taken using auto settings, except a few of the night shots.

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Austria’s Parliament Building
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St Stephan’s Church
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Inside St Stephan’s Church (no flash)
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Looking across Vienna from the tallest Steeple of St Stephan’s Church
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Schobrunn Palace
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Upper Belvedere
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Upper Belvedere
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Lower Belvedere (from inside the Upper Belvedere)
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Christmas Lights in the streets of Vienna
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St Stephan’s Church
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The Vienna Donauturm
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Sunset in Vienna

 

Berlin Seen Through a Nokia Lumia 1020 41Mp Pureview

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Berlin Seen Through a Nokia Lumia 1020 41Mp Pureview
1st December 2013

Normally when going anywhere I pack my Canon EOS D400, 300mm zoom lens, and associated items, but this time I decided to use the Nokia Lumia 1020 only. I would take the Canon as a backup, but in the end the camera never left the bag, because the Nokia Lumia 1020 lasted long enough (with the extra battery in the camera grip). I would like to see the camera grip  have a removable battery option, which would lesson the worry of a dead phone and camera on a long day. The photos below were taken in Berlin and Potsdam, with the first day clear and sunny skies, but the next day was cloudy and grey. Most photos have been taken on auto settings and those that have not are commented on. Over all it was positive, but as a long time photographer, Ill still be taking the Canon DSLR on vacations, especially in those places that are special like Taj Mahal, Matchu Pitchu, etc., but generally this will be my main point-n-shoot camera for some time.

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Berlin TV Tower – full zoom
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Berlin TV Tower
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View of Berlin at the top of the TV Tower
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The Organ in the Berliner Dom (Cathedral)
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Inside of the Dome in the Berliner Dom (Cathedral)
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Inside the Berliner Dom (Cathedral)
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Berliner Dom (Cathedral)
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Berliner Dom (Cathedral) with the TV Tower in the background
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Brandenburg Gate
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Statues on the Brandenburg Gate – full zoom
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The Reichstag
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Brandenburg Gate – infinity zoom, auto settings
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Reichstag – ISO 100, Shutter Speed 0.4, infinity focus
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Central Train Station – auto settings
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Potsdam
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Potsdam – Old Barracks – auto settings, taken from moving vehicle
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Potsdam – auto settings, taken from moving vehicle
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Potsdam – Fredrick the Great’s Summer Palace – auto settings
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Potsdam – Fredrick the Great’s Summer Palace – auto settings
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Potsdam – Fredrick the Great’s Summer Palace – auto settings
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Potsdam – Windmill – auto settings
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Potsdam – Sans Souci Palace – auto settings
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Potsdam – Sans Souci Palace – auto settings
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Potsdam – Sans Souci Palace – auto settings
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Potsdam – auto settings