Three world famous photographers - Andy Barton, Carlton Ward and Krystle Wright, used OnePlus 7 Pro’s powerful triple lens camera to capture the beauty of North America
National Geographic Magazine, revealed its first-ever cover for the upcoming special edition, shot on the OnePlus 7 Pro. The special edition, entitled “Inspired by Nature,” is a compilation of three National Geographic photographers’ journeys across North America. Stated for July 2019 release and available globally, all images of the special edition magazine will be shot on the OnePlus 7 Pro.
These photographers will share a glimpse of the world they’ve seen through the lens of OnePlus 7 Pro on National Geographic’s social media channel today prior to the much-anticipated launch of OnePlus’ brand-new flagship, the OnePlus 7 Pro.
The OnePlus 7 Pro represents the company’s latest advancement in camera technology. To truly explore the camera’s capabilities, the National Geographic team handpicked three world-renowned photographers Andy Bardon, Carlton Ward Jr. and Krystle Wright for an expedition to capture the rugged beauty of North America through the lens of the OnePlus 7 Pro.
“With the OnePlus 7 Pro, I believe we have raised the bar in camera technology. With this association with National Geographic.” Pete Lau, Founder and CEO of OnePlus commented on this partnership, “We wanted to push the limits of what our camera is capable of and we believe that the professional National Geographic photographers did just that. We are very excited to showcase the results from this partnership and hope that our users will be as excited about the camera on the OnePlus 7 pro as we are."
Equipped with a powerful three camera set-up, The OnePlus 7 Pro covers a wide range of focal lengths to meet a user’s daily needs when it comes to taking pictures.
On her experience on the shoot, Krystle Wright, National Geographic Photographer, said, “With the OnePlus 7 Pro, you have a whole camera bag in your pocket which is what has allowed us to be able to shoot a whole magazine issue on a smartphone.”