Samsung S9 first photo samples

A look at the Florence's fashion ateliers
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Samsung S9 first photo samples

Posted on Mar 31, 2018

Last week in Florence there was a nice occasion to visit some of the most interesting ateliers in Florence. The event “Apritimoda” was, in fact, a moment in witch some of the fashion firm based in Florence opened their space.

The occasion was very interesting since we could admire the workspaces and the amazing building in Florence. Almost all of them are historical building, such as the “Palazzo della Mercanzia” where is located the Gucci Garden, or “Palazzo Pucci”.

What the best moment to give a try to the new Samsung S9! The light situation was mixed: from some open space photos shot during our walking in the city of Florence, to the internal space of the Ateliers.

I’ve tested the Samsung S9 in this first photo sample shot, using the automatic mode: I want to see how the smartphone performs in the different light and how it changes dynamically the aperture.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 is, in fact, the first smartphone on the market with a variable aperture: it can use the f/1.5 to gather enough light in the close spaces and then it closes the aperture to f/2.4 when there’s enough light.

So this is just a first Samsung S9 photo sample test. In the next weeks will be published here on this blog a complete review with a portrait photo session.

The Atelier we’ve visited are, in order of appereance in the photos:

  • Emilio Pucci
  • Gucci Garden
  • Aquazzura
  • Loretta Caponi
Samsung S9 Photo Samples
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2 Comments
  • Jayadev J
    Posted at 04:52h, 03 April Reply

    Damn! you gotta admit these pics are sharp and crispy at the same time . Not to mention how the room looked … The S9 is pretty good

    • Alessandro Michelazzi
      Posted at 15:01h, 04 April Reply

      Thanks! Yes, the performance of the Samsung Galaxy S9 on low light is quite good! Keep in touch for the my S9 camera review next week! 🙂

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