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  1. G1560151808365
    Cupcake Aug 18, 2019


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  2. camohan
    Marshmallow Moderator Aug 18, 2019


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  3. G1560151808365
    Cupcake Aug 18, 2019


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  4. Malg220
    Honeycomb Aug 18, 2019

    Malg220 , Aug 18, 2019 :
    • Use the Stock camera
    • Use the rear camera, not the front for selfies.
    • Turns off the beauty mode
    • Turns off HDR
    • Try Flash
    • Use pro mode
    • Use a tripod
    • Use common sense
    • Smile
    • Dont worry
    • Be happy
     
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  5. camohan
    Marshmallow Moderator Aug 18, 2019

    camohan , Aug 18, 2019 :
    Ok. But what's wrong with this pic.
     

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  6. G1560151808365
    Cupcake Aug 18, 2019


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  7. Malg220
    Honeycomb Aug 18, 2019

    Malg220 , Aug 18, 2019 :
    Use a tripod
     

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  8. camohan
    Marshmallow Moderator Aug 18, 2019


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  9. G1560151808365
    Cupcake Aug 18, 2019


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  10. Panos1988
    Froyo Aug 18, 2019


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  11. Malg220
    Honeycomb Aug 18, 2019

    Malg220 , Aug 18, 2019 :
    He's gonna ask you how to use the Gcam.
    And how to solve the dot matrix in each photo
     

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  12. kshitij.jain7
    Donut Aug 18, 2019


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  13. anesh007
    Honeycomb Aug 18, 2019

    anesh007 , Aug 18, 2019 :
    use switch off button

    use nonsense comments
    use samsung phones

    agr ye sb krna h to phone lo hi mat
     

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  14. F_Lee_Upperton_JCfI
    Froyo Aug 18, 2019

    F_Lee_Upperton_JCfI , Aug 18, 2019 :
    learn to take better photos! stop blaming the equipment, I've got some incredible shots from my OnePlus 7 pro, although I was a professional photographer. (all the attached photos are from the OnePlus 7 pro)
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  15. akks
    Ice Cream Sandwich Aug 18, 2019

    akks , Aug 18, 2019 :
    You are right, the photography skill matters a lot. But I think what the OP meant was, he could take better photos from a cheaper device with his same photography skill. OnePlus 7 pro can shoot super awesome photos as you shared. It's true. But for a normal non professional user, in auto mode, sometimes it takes pathetic images, especially indoors, where even cheaper specd devices perform well. That's why many are disappointed. I'm personally almost satisfied with the camera performance. But indoors I use only gcam where OnePlus camera is totally unpredictable. OnePlus camera definitely needs refinement. But I think OnePlus won't improve it to our expectations, as per their track record, as I've have been observing them since OnePlus 3 days.. But for me, there were the Gcam mods which always kept me satisfied. So no complaints here.
     

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  16. F_Lee_Upperton_JCfI
    Froyo Aug 18, 2019

    F_Lee_Upperton_JCfI , Aug 18, 2019 :
    I have to say I disagree, having not seen a image shot on a alternative device in exactly the same lighting conditions you can't make a concrete distinction, i'd wager it was fairly poor light and not a very steady hand, and frankly, without any extra light assistance almost all smartphones would render a similar result. I take your point about the stock camera app being somewhat unreliable it's only normally exposure related which is easily sorted but I agree there are smartphones that get it right first time more of the time but it's not the end of the world.

    my point I'm really making is; if you (not you specifically) are so concerned with having great images perhaps take the time to learn how to actually take them, software will only get you so far!
     

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  17. camohan
    Marshmallow Moderator Aug 18, 2019

    camohan , Aug 18, 2019 :
    Like mentioned before, it is equally important to learn basic facts about photography. I am a point and shoot guy but off late I am understanding that it's equally important to understand the basics to enhance the power of camera.

    Some people like to have a natural photo look, some like to have it enhanced with artificial editing. Each oems have their own philosophy on how a photo should look like. No doubt there is lot of scope for improvement in camera section but they have come a long way.

    Please make sure to atleast provide a valid message and comparative photos to sustain the argument.

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