Equipped with a 6.7-megapixel camera with ZEISS optics, the Nokia Lumia 2520 takes a great photo. Add a 10.1-inch screen into the mix and you’ve got the perfect excuse to get creative with all of your shots.
In terms of taking actual photos, there are plenty of ways you can do that.
Microsoft’s camera app lets you can take standard photos, 360º panoramas, as well as recording video.
There’s also the option to use the Nokia Camera app that gives you much more control over features, such as manual focus, shutter speed and ISO settings.
If you’re the proud owner of a Nokia Lumia smartphone, such as the Nokia Lumia 1020 or Lumia 925, any photo you take on your smartphone can be shared to your Nokia Lumia 2520 with a simple tap of the two devices by using NFC or via the cloud using SkyDrive.
Once the photos are on your Nokia Lumia 2520, the fun really starts. Not only can you edit using Nokia’s built-in imaging tools, there are plenty of apps to experiment with.
There will be occasions when all you’ll require is to crop a photo, or adjust the contrast or vibrance. Other times you’ll want to add a cool, or warm, filter to your image. Thankfully, Adobe Photoshop Express has these features.
While there are plenty of free functions available, some of the added extras do come at a cost.
Also, if you have an Adobe Revel account, you can access all of your shared photos through Adobe Photoshop Express.
Here are just some ways to get creative with the photos on Nokia Lumia 2520. Do you have any app or feature tips for us? Let us know, below.