An evening at the Jama Masjid through the eyes of the OnePlus 5
“The basic edge being the size and how common it is to have a phone these days. Everyone has a phone, so you can carry it most places, without heavy equipment. It’s much less intimidating than a DSLR or any big camera and since people have become accustomed to phones around them they’re fairly comfortable in their presence,” he said.
“Its an extremely refined phone, in my opinion. At no point did I experience any lag or trouble. The battery specifically charges in no time and lasts super long,” he illustrated.
According to him, the phone also makes it easy to compose good photographs.
Raghav said, “It does make things easier for a photographer , as the auto mode gives a good detail of the highlights and shadows that you see in reality. Whatever little needs to be compensated, is very easily done through the pro mode that the camera on the phone offers.”
And for a person more used to wielding bulky cameras, the OnePlus 5 is a blessing indeed. The phone, which incidentally got one of the highest ratings by imaging experts, DxO Mark, has superior image processing capabilities. The result are the photos you saw on Shot For Gadgetlayout.
One of the best things about a DSLR camera is the fact that you can zoom in without noise creeping in. The OnePlus 5 has attempted to emulate it on a micro level. The twin lenses are used to go up to 1.6x optical zoom.
“Normally zooming in too much on phones is a hassle, because the images tend to get grainy. I did use the feature in a few of my images though, and was surprised to see barely any difference. Especially when I clicked them on RAW , because I could edit them and correct whatever little difference I saw, once I was done clicking,” he revealed.
is a young and talented fashion and fine art photographer based out of New Delhi and Mumbai.