Oppo Reno 8 Pro is one of the flagship mobiles by Oppo. Available at a price of around INR 45,999, this Oppo new mobile comes with 12GB RAM and 256GB ROM. It is available in two different colour options – Glazed Black and Glazed Green.
This premium smartphone by Oppo is equipped with MediaTek Dimensity 8100 Max processor, ARM Mali G610 MC6 GPU, and Android 12 OS. It features a 6.7-inch screen, with Full HD+ resolution, AMOLED display, and 120Hz refresh rate.
The main highlight of this Oppo new mobile is its extraordinary camera set. It comprises a triple camera setup, which includes a 50MP Sony IMX766 main camera unit. An 8MP ultrawide Sony IMX355 camera unit, and a 2MP OmniVision OV02B10 macro unit. The front camera is a 32MP Sony IMX709 unit. In this article, we will discuss some tips that will help you to capture the best images from this mobile set.
1- Always try to capture images using natural light:
However good the camera of the smartphone is, photos captured using a flashlight look overexposed and washed out. Moreover, you cannot expect your smartphone to capture the best images indoors because of its small sensors. Therefore, it is always better to find natural light while clicking pictures through Oppo Reno 8 Pro, even after it is dark.
This will allow you to not only click brighter pictures with excellent colour accuracy but also will allow you to set the darkness and shadows, mood, tone, and atmosphere of the image. Moreover, you can edit a picture clicked on natural lights more accurately than one clicked indoors.
2- Use gridlines to click more balanced images:
The simplest way to improve the images captured by a smartphone is by using gridlines. The concept behind these gridlines is based on the “Rule of thirds”. It says that the image must be divided into nine equal boxes, which results in a three-by-three grid. Now, according to this theory.
You must try to place the most interesting parts of the main segments of your image near the corners of these blocks or boxes, that is where the lines intersect. In this way, you will make the pictures more balanced, more natural, more soothing, and attractive to the eyes. Moreover, placing the images symmetrically on the screen gives it a clean and clinical look. You can switch on the gridlines by going to the camera app settings in Oppo Reno 8 Pro.
3- Click images by using the HDR mode:
HDR stands for High Dynamic Range. Just like the other premium smartphones, you will find this feature in your Oppo new mobile. The main function of this feature is to balance the brightest as well as the darkest elements in a high-contrast photo. You will often find that images of brighter objects such as the sky or the sun appear too bright, resulting in overexposure, and images in low-light conditions look too dark, resulting in underexposure.
Now, this HDR feature will give ideal exposure to bright as well as dark areas by retaining the finer details. It is always advisable to use this feature when there is too much difference between the lighter and the darker parts of your screen. You can adjust the HDR settings in Oppo Reno 8 Pro.
4- Don’t zoom in:
When you are capturing a photo from a distance, you may think of zooming in on the object for getting a closer look. However, this is not a great idea with digital zoom. Digital zoom results in poor-quality pictures with lesser resolutions. However, you can use optical zooms as it does not compromise the quality of the images.
Though most phones are yet to offer optical zoom, Oppo Reno 8 Pro features a three times optical zoom. The best way to prevent your picture from getting blurry or grainy is by getting closer to the subject of your image unless it is a wild animal. In that case, you can capture the image from the distance and then crop it later.
5- If you face problems with holding your smartphone still, you can buy a tripod stand:
Smartphone cameras are too much sensitive to movements as a result, many of the images become blurry and warped. To avoid this problem, you can purchase a mobile tripod that will offer some balance and stability to your pictures. Moreover, it gives you the freedom to be in the pictures instead of clicking just selfies.
6- Focus only on one subject:
Though the camera of Oppo Reno 8 Pro automatically focuses on the subject, it is always better to manually focus on the subject by tapping on the screen while clicking the pictures, especially of moving objects. Moreover, you should focus only on one object, and two-thirds of the screen must be filled with negative space.