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OnePlus 7 Pro camera shows its prowess for Harper's Bazaar magazine

02 May 2019 2

Smartphones’ cameras have improved over time and we no longer criticize them much. Manufacturers have been making use of the multiple cameras on their phones so as to churn out the best quality. Well, the credit doesn’t really go to the multiple cameras always when software plays vital and so, Pixel phones come as best phones to exemplify here.

It's true that the quality of the smartphone cameras needs to be talked about and shown to the world as well and that’s how manufacturers rope in professional photographers. This is a common stint which OnePlus also follows and this time, it’s about featuring the OnePlus 7 Pro camera prowess. The phone which is confirmed to have triple rear cameras with ultra-wide lens will launch on May 14th and the company is in full swing to promote it.

OnePlus together with Harper’s Bazar magazine roped in British Actor Model and Activist Jameela Jamil to show some photography skills of the OnePlus 7 Pro on the magazine’s cover. According to a post from @bazaarindia on Instagram, these magazine covers are not filtered or digitally altered since the model is an advocate for body positivity and didn’t want any kind of edits like airbrushing or retouching. So, the photographer and the creative directors ensured that the images are kept natural.

According to the magazine’s creative director

“It’s a picture-perfect camera, and the output was amazing. I couldn’t believe we had an option to shoot RAW images without having to connect it to an app or computer. We used the phone to capture behind-the-scenes clips and noticed the video was even better.”

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OnePlus 7 Pro camera shows its prowess for an Indian magazine cover
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