Stunning shots with the new Huawei P20 Pro

Huawei P20 Pro

The latest smartphones are really focused on the cameras’ quality, developing ever more this aspect. This is surely the consequence of the fact that nowadays we often post pictures on the socials, especially on Instagram. A good quality picture is always recognisable and it is even more impressive, for this reason the mobile phones adapt themselves to our attitude to take a picture of everyhting, in every moment. Without any doubt, the cameras are able to take defined and professional pictures, but they have the disadvantage to not be always within reach. The solution to the problem is the new Huawei P20 Pro. The device boasts one of the best camera ever included in a smartphone and to better use its characteristics we need to deeply study it. Learn how to obtain the maximum from this camera’s system is the key to take unmatchable pictures.

Huawei P20 Pro

Stunning pictures within smartphone reach

Many defined the triple camera of Huawei P20 Pro the absolutly best one. The photographic compartment of Huawei P20 Pro is composed by a main camera of 40 Mp + 20 Mp with aperture F 1.8 + F 1.6, and a front camera of 24 Mp.

The third lens allows the optical zoom 3x and the artificial intelligence stabilization (AI). There aren’t just three lens, moreover there are other interesting characteristics for who are really interesting in photography.

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The triple camera

The device allows to take pictures in manual mode, while the standard mode uses the Artificial ntelligence to recognise the person and to apply the more appropriate settings to obtain the best shot.

How to use the triple camera

From the block screen, it is possible to activate the camera by scrolling the screen up from the down right corner. Once started the camera’s app, we will have a huge variety of picture’s options.

For the default setting, the mobile phone will take pictures with the automatic mode, which uses the artificial intelligence to evaluate the scene. It precisely feels animals, people, flowers, food and so on. If we would like to access to different shot’s modes, it is possible to do it by scrolling the bottom part of the screen. A really impressing mode is the night mode.

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The night mode which goes beyond the limits

The night mode of Huawei is a wonder technology. The camera’s shutter is opened for four seconds, during which we are able to see the imagine’s exposure in a constant increasing until when the night scene doesn’t start to appear like the daily ones, and so all the informations collected are used to make the imagine sharper and clean.

With the P20 Pro, you can even distinguish the trees’ branches on the background of a nigh landscape. The night mode allows to take pictures with a shutter’s speed of 6 seconds, that normally it will take the usage of a tripod or it will risk to give life to really blurry images.

The P20 Pro infact uses some excellent technics stabilisation to avoid inevitable blurries in the amateur pictures. The results are astonishing and the real night scenes seem to be lighted and more defined when they are been photographed according to how they really are. It is even possible to manually settle the ISO sensitivity and the shutter’s speed.

I was blown away by the quality of the lens and the images. The clarity is exceptional and the reproduction is breath-taking“, claimed the professional photographer Matt Writtle when he proved the camera Huawei P20 Pro.

I used Huawei P20 Pro in the last three months. I was really impressed by the performances of the camera under conditions of low lightness. I took pictures of many urban landscapes handly (with around 4 seconds of exposure) and the results are really astonishing”, says the famous photographer Cheong able even to photograph the milky way with the camera Huawei P20 Pro in Camera Pro mode on ISO 1600, 20 seconds of exposure and aperture f / 1.8. Is given below the shot:

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The Milky Way shooted by Cheong

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