otto2, Mar 31, 2019 : Pyrenees, 2016, Oneplus 3, automode, compressed with YaImCo by @hennes No filters. Welcome to the Shot on OnePlus April 2019 photo thread. My name is Otto, I live in Germany, and I´m an OnePlus user since the Oneplusone. This month it's me hosting the famous Shot On OnePlus thread. First i'd like to thank @cdnfarmer for her great and inspiring moderation of last month's thread. In the last threads some users were posting pictures with the community app of OnePlus. Unfortunately this app is resizing the pictures way too much, so the results aren´t looking great anymore. I recommend to use the compression app YaImCo by @hennes instead and uploading the files with a browser. For more information read @strafer ´s thread. Or send me a direct message. You want to try another camera app? Check here for the Google camera port. The monthly shot on oneplus threads should show us, the users, what we can get out of our devices, it's a kind of challenge, pushing us to learn and to try harder every day, week, month, to get more skills while shooting pictures with our OnePlus devices. So give your very best, check if your pictures are leveled out correctly and uploaded in best possible quality. You surely want to show your very best pictures, not just some random snapshots? Posting your pictures here is like presenting and introducing yourself to the whole community, your pictures are telling us about yourself, your life, your dreams, your feelings. So work hard, and..... Never Settle! All posted pictures here must be shot with an OnePlus device. Feel free to post more than one picture, but every picture should show a different scenario. What is a picture? In previous threads we have seen great, wonderful pictures. But sometimes it's getting difficult- Is it still a photography, or is it an artwork, made by several editing tools like: Snapseed, Lightroom, Photoshop with all the filters and technical manipulations? A picture is not only an amount of pixels in different colours, it should transport an atmosphere - a good picture lets you feel like you're right there at this place, you smell the flowers, you feel the cold... We can use some editing tools, filters, to underline this, but always be careful not to overprocess our pictures. And now: Get ready to show us your very, very best shots. Otto EDIT: It would be great, if you could add informations about the location, the settings ( Auto / Promode,external lens etc) and a story about the picture, too.