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IT'S OFFICIAL - HELL FROZE OVER - EAGLES GOING ALL THE WAY! by TT_Productions in eagles

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blushes whilst fidgeting with Charlie Garner jersey

Thank you.

Been playing for 18 years - finally got a birdie by TT_Productions in pics

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Thanks! I can't say enough good things about the Samsung Note 8. Shoots photos and video in 4K, and with duals lens can shoot soft focus (blurred background) shots. Believe it or not, 2 weeks after getting it I couldn't believe how amazing the photos were so I made a facebook post offering free family outdoor photo shoots. I did 3 free ones and within 4 days of posting the shoots, I booked 40 more families. Did I mention I have zero experience in photography?

Edit: not sure why this is getting downvoted. Here's a recent shoot

Been playing for 18 years - finally got a birdie by TT_Productions in pics

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Truth be told, a friend's approach shot nearly decapitated the bird. It was then we noticed it was injured and couldn't fly, so I let it climb onto my putter and dropped it off back by the trees (where the picture was taken).

Edit: clarification

Been playing for 18 years - finally got a birdie by TT_Productions in pics

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You're welcome! It's in 3024x3024 resolution as well. Glad you like it!

Been playing for 18 years - finally got a birdie by TT_Productions in pics

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It was taken with Samsung Note 8's Live Focus feature - the soft focus is achieved using its dual lens.

(X-post r/funny) We’ve Gained a new member of the friend zone. by uniquenesss in HadToHurt

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The marbles on this dude - can't believe he went for it a second time.

Samsung Note 8 vs iPhone X - Camera Shoot-off by TT_Productions in pics

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Upon further review, it appears the iPhone X is shooting pictures in 4K, however its photos were around 2MB (4:3 aspect ratio originally - they're slightly cropped to 1:1 for the video), while the Note 8's were 10MB (1:1 aspect ratio), which means the Note 8 is packing 5 times the data into a smaller area. Oddly enough, the iPhone X allows you to change your video resolution and frames per second (1080p, 4K, 24fps, 30fps, 60fps) but not the camera resolution. On the contrary, the Note 8 allows you to change aspect ratios and resolutions for both video and photos, but does not allow you to change the fps - this can easily be accomplished by downloading a free camera app.

Also of note (pun intended), the Note 8 has a much larger screen at 6.3" diagonally versus the iPhone X at 5.8".

Full disclosure: all pics were color corrected post-shoot using the phones' stock editing tools. The Note 8 used the Auto-color filter to brighten them, while the iPhone X used the Vivid filter - this may explain why the iPhone X colors appear brighter.

Samsung Note 8 vs Apple iPhone X Camera Shoot-off by TT_Productions in iphone

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Upon further review, it appears the iPhone X may not be is shooting pictures in 4K. The iPhone X's photos were around 2MB (4:3 aspect ratio originally - they're slightly cropped to 1:1 for the video), while the Note 8's were 10MB (1:1 aspect ratio), which means the Note 8 is packing 5 times the resolution data into a smaller area. Oddly enough, the iPhone X allows you to change your video resolution and frames per second (1080p, 4K, 24fps, 30fps, 60fps) but not the camera resolution. It is possible other camera modes shoot in 4K, however, I only tested the soft focus Portrait Mode for comparison purposes. On the contrary, the Note 8 allows you to change aspect ratios and resolutions for both video and photos, but does not allow you to change the fps - this can easily be accomplished by downloading a free camera app.

Also of note (pun intended), the Note 8 has a much larger screen at 6.3" diagonally versus the iPhone X at 5.8".

Full disclosure: all pics were color corrected post-shoot using the phones' stock editing tools. The Note 8 used the Auto-color filter to brighten them, while the iPhone X used the Vivid filter - this may explain why the iPhone X colors appear brighter.

Samsung Note 8 vs Apple iPhone X - Camera Shoot-off by TT_Productions in Android

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EDIT: Upon further review, it appears the iPhone X may not be is shooting pictures in 4K. However, the iPhone X's photos were around 2MB (4:3 aspect ratio originally - they're slightly cropped to 1:1 for the video), while the Note 8's were 10MB (1:1 aspect ratio), which means the Note 8 is packing 5 times the resolution data into a smaller area. Oddly enough, the iPhone X allows you to change your video resolution and frames per second (1080p, 4K, 24fps, 30fps, 60fps) but not the camera resolution. It is possible other camera modes shoot in 4K, however, I only tested the soft focus Portrait Mode for comparison purposes. On the contrary, the Note 8 allows you to change aspect ratios and resolutions for both video and photos, but does not allow you to change the fps - this can easily be accomplished by downloading a free camera app.

Also of note (pun intended), the Note 8 has a much larger screen at 6.3" diagonally versus the iPhone X at 5.8".

Full disclosure: all pics were color corrected post-shoot using the phones' stock editing tools. The Note 8 used the Auto-color filter to brighten them, while the iPhone X used the Vivid filter - this may explain why the iPhone X colors appear brighter.