Huawei P30 Pro Competition! - Closed



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When spring is in bloom, we just want to capture it. And there’s no better way than with the brand new Huawei P30 Pro with its 40MP Leica camera.

For your chance to get your hands on one, simply comment below your top tip for taking pics on your phone. We’ll choose one at random to WIN!

Lights, (phone) camera, action…

Competition ends midnight on Sunday 7th April.

Good Luck!

T&C's Apply



When spring is in bloom, we just want to capture it. And there’s no better way than with the brand new Huawei P30 Pro with its 40MP Leica camera.

For your chance to get your hands on one, simply comment below your top tip for taking pics on your phone. We’ll choose one at random to WIN!

Lights, (phone) camera, action…

Competition ends midnight on Sunday 7th April.

Good Luck!

T&C's Apply



When spring is in bloom, we just want to capture it. And there’s no better way than with the brand new Huawei P30 Pro with its 40MP Leica camera.

For your chance to get your hands on one, simply comment below your top tip for taking pics on your phone. We’ll choose one at random to WIN!

Lights, (phone) camera, action…

Competition ends midnight on Sunday 7th April.

Good Luck!

T&C's Apply

My top tip is to adjust the settings manually (exposure, focus etc.) so you can create an artistic photo that lends to editing very well. Adjusting the RGB configurations can make sunrises and other coloured light saturated environments really pop.
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Change you shooting height. Try getting down low instead of taking everything from head height. Makes a world of difference!
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Don't always put the subject in the centre, slight offset to one side creates a much more pleasing image in most cases.
My tip would be to keep things natural - use natural light wherever possible, and if taking photos of people, take them unposed - some of the best photos i've taken or received have been spontaneous and natural.

Oh, and check your settings (especially if you have a curious toddler at home!)
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Aim to be at a location for the hour after sunrise or before sunset, for a natural golden glow.
Press the screen on the main area that you want to focus and then take the photo.
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Try to always shoot in landscape
My top tip for phone photography is to focus on your lighting and ensure that the subject is being well lit with the sun behind the phone.
Try to keep your hands as steady and still as possible. Tap the subject you are taking a picture, this adjusts focus and brightness. Be aware of what is going on in the background and composition.
Phones are called smartphones for a reason. Remember to use the built-in auto features to help add depth, focus and clarity to your photos. Many phones will even come up with tips in this mode to help improve your photos!
When holding your phone, pull your elbows in together & rest them against your torso. This will help keep the phone steady when taking a picture, which should result in a sharper & better quality image.
it might sound so basic but making sure your camera lens is clean makes a difference to image taking.
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Hi @Beanielove2017

As the lucky winner, this is your final call to claim your Huawei P30 Pro prize!

Please reply to us on here, via private message or respond to our email by 5pm today.

Thanks,
The iD Team
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Hi @Beanielove2017

As the lucky winner, this is your final call to claim your Huawei P30 Pro prize!

Please reply to us on here, via private message or respond to our email by 5pm today.

Thanks,
The iD Team


Well done, fingers crossed you make the final call....
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Congratulations @Awesome55 ! You’ve been selected as the winner of our iD Mobile Community Huawei P30 Pro competition.

We’ve emailed you with all the relevant details and to confirm your win.

A huge thank you to everyone who entered, there were some great hints and tips!

Keep an eye out as we’ve got some great giveaways coming up.

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