At The Back Row? Don’t Worry, This Smartphone Takes Awesome Concert Photos
Ever struggled to take even one decent photo of your favourite artist at a concert?
It can get pretty frustrating when you can’t get at least one shot of the artists on stage. Of course, you still have your natural memory, but it’s always nice to look back at photos and reminisce from time to time.
With the immense crowd all around you, constantly bopping their heads and waving their hands around, it can get super difficult to get a good photo of your favourite artist at a concert. It’s even worse if you’re sitting or standing all the way in the back. :O
There were smartphone photos taken at the Blue concert in KL recently:
Look closely at each one. It seems like the person who took the photos is standing all the way in the back!
What is this sorcery?
Usually when attempting to take a photo like that, all you’ll get is a blurry mess. But these photos turned out pretty good, considering the distance at which they were all shot.
This begs the question – what phone took these photos?
Believe it or not, they were all taken on the soon-to-be-launched Huawei P30.
This isn’t the first time Huawei has wowed us with such amazing camera features. Following the launch of the Huawei P20 series last year, the first smartphone in the world with a triple camera setup, the company unveiled the Huawei Mate 20. This device also sports the triple camera feature, receiving a DxoMark score of 109, identical to that of the Huawei P20 Pro, making the two phones the top smartphones in the world, forever redefining the way we capture life’s moments.
With its local launch in Malaysia happening on 26 March 2019, Huawei Malaysia has announced that a possible freebie to accompany the launch of the Huawei P30 series would be the Huawei Backup, which is essentially a 1TB external hard drive! Just imagine all the space.
Not only will you be able to take awesome photos with extreme telephoto capabilities, you’ll also be able to store these memories in a stylish, waterproof hard drive.
We don’t know too much about the phone right now, but we’re excited to find out. Stay tuned to Huawei’s website for more details to come!
This story was originally published on SAYS.