I love this picture, taken in direct sunlight, for its lush color and the way it relates the texture of the folded, rippled, and cut material. This photo was cropped, but not resized. It was also untouched.
Lighting and colors were occasionally off. The bright yellow leaf in the center was completely in shadow, not in light, and its shade is more similar to the yellow-brown leaves around it, rather than that neon yellow hue. This photo was cropped, but not resized. It is also untouched.
The 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera did well outdoors in even lighting. Colors don't pop as well, but the photo isn't grainy or overexposed. This photo was cropped and resized, but otherwise...you know the drill.
The decor at my hip New York hotel sits in a dark, unevenly lit lobby. The colors could be a little richer and edges sharper (as they are when viewed on the Vivid's lush screen). This untouched photo was been cropped and resized.
Like some fantastical creature, this Seussian hotel furniture shrouds its true purpose in feathery blue strands, whose texture and color the camera has captured beautifully. The untouched photo has been resized and cropped.
The extremely ironic elevator of this Manhattan hotel is completely dark, save some deep electric blue lights accenting the pitch black. That sounds like the perfect place to test low-lighting sensors. Here's the resulting photo, taken with flash. Now I see why that boring old elevator required such an optical illusion. This untouched image was cropped and resized.