From my tutorial:
What on earth is a Sozoom, I hear you ask? It's a third party (commercial) application that beautifully, and I mean beautifully shows up the underlying detail in the photos from the Nokia Lumia 1520 and 1020, by blowing up to 1:1 in the viewfinder/on the screen a tiny portion of the full resolution (typically 16MP or 34MP) version of a photo. I've featured Sozooms before, for example here, plus I last covered the Sozoom application here, but it occurred to me to give some advice to 1520/1020 owners looking to create a really effective Sozoom image.
It's true that making a Sozoom image in the first place is a little promotional (for Nokia), and also for Sozoom's developer, but there's also a certain satisfaction in seeing just what your smartphone's camera is capable of - and communicating this to family and friends who otherwise might not believe you.
The idea, then, is to shoot a photo, then pluck out one or two interesting details that you couldn't see properly in the 5MP shareable image - and certainly not on-screen. The end result is then saved and shared as appropriate.
Onward with Richard's submitted Sozooms then. Each is presented here at original resolution - probably resized by your browser, so enlarge the latter or 'Save as' for each to download them:
Stunning examples, both of the Sozoom art and the inherent resolution and power of the Nokia Lumia 1020 smartphone camera.
Comments welcome, and feel free to send in a decent batch of your own!