#ShotonHuawei: Huawei Conducts Master Classes for Smartphone Photographers

With the dawn of the digital era where smartphone photography is the next big thing, Huawei Consumer Business Group kickstarted its #ShotonHuawei Master Classes for photography enthusiasts. Huawei is channeling their talent by picking people from across Pakistan to come together and learn all about Huawei’s smartphone capabilities.

Ever since the invention of smartphones, people have started using their phones as a tool to express themselves and their interests. Especially with the rise of social media usage, people really enjoy capturing and sharing their special moments and the beauty of life around them. Be it a special occasion, a happy or even a sad moment; no other form of expression is as powerful as that one photograph taken at the right time at the right place.

Seeing that the demand for smartphone photography has risen, Huawei listened and is giving back to its consumers through these master classes by educating participants about Pakistan and training them in smartphone photography. It is an opportunity for people to learn all the tips and tricks that’ll allow them to take their smartphone photography to the next level.

The master class is an amplification of Huawei’s ongoing ShotOnHuawei campaign which is a platform for photographers to experience Huawei smartphones through one channel.  The participants of these master classes consist of university students and Huawei consumers.

Ali Awais conducted the first master class today where he taught participants about composition rules, how to capture the ultimate portrait and other AI features. After the success of the first master class today, the remaining HEAs will be conducting their classes throughout the rest of the month. These will be conducted by six Huawei Experience Ambassadors (HEA’s) which include photojournalist Syed Mehdi Bokhari, Ali Awais, Usman Zubair, Izzah Shaheen Malik, Faisal Farooq and Hasan Zahid. The good news is that this is just the beginning, Huawei has a whole lot more planned for all photographers out there.



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