With more mega pixels than a mobile device will ever need, three built in cameras (one black and white and two focal lengths) the Huawei P20 pro paves the way for inspiring image quality. Mobile devices are one of the fastest developing technologies and the 24/7 social network connections streamline the “create and share” process.
We jumped on the Huawei bandwagon, curious to see where the company was taking mobile photography with the Leica partnership when the Huawei P9 was introduced (see the review at the link below).
The Huawei P20 PRO and now the Mate 20 Pro have taken mobile photography to unbelievable heights. AI driven scene recognition and image optimisations remove the need for long hours in the editing suits to mould the image into the realm of professional imagery. The results are only limited by how seriously you treat the technology as a tool for creativity.
I have been using the Huawei P20 Pro technology since early April 2018, and have compiled some of my favourite images made with the mobile device to illustrate what is possible when you use the device as a creative tool and go beyond the snapshot.
Obviously mobile photography still lacks the dynamic range and pixel perfect quality the professional photography community has come to expect from a DSLR or Mirrorless camera, but the gap is slowly diminishing thanks to companies like Huawei who’s R&D team is working tirelessly to challenge the ideal.