Stop taking ‘pictures’ and start taking photographs with the HUAWEI Mate 20 Pro’s Leica Wide Angle Lens

Photography teaches people how to truly see. Through the art of photography you become more alert to beautiful frames. You begin to notice things you never had before from constantly being on the lookout for a good shot.
Ordinary life scenarios will, with time, begin to look enchanting. This is both the skill and life lesson learned from photography – seeing the art in everything. But diving into this magical world takes resources.
You will need a professional camera, editing programs, and courses to teach you how to use those two – which can be pricey and discouraging to those who can’t afford it. But good things come to those who wait, and now real photography has become accessible with the famous HUAWEI Mate 20 Pro’s. This remarkable smartphone is taking professional photography mainstream. Integrating an incredible triple camera with a Wide Angle Lens, developed by Leica (the renowned professional premium-segment manufacturer of cameras and sport optics products) this smartphone’s camera means business. So let’s discover how you can become the next great photographer with this incredible Leica Wide Angle Lens.
Artistically wider shots
Let’s take a closer look at the HUAWEI Mate 20 Pro’s camera system to understand it better. The Matrix System arrangement on the back of the phone consists of the Leica Triple camera and a flash. There is a primary camera of a whopping 40MP, an 8MP telephoto camera and, on the bottom right is the 20MP camera integrating the Leica Wide Angle Lens – which is activated by choosing 0.6x on the lens icon located at the mid-left of the screen or by dragging the icon itself down.
The HUAWEI Mate 20 Pro’s Leica Wide Angle Lens is a game-changer for your photography journey as it will enable you to take uncropped, uninterrupted large landscapes in one shot, both vertically and horizontally. Whether you are trying to fit an entire bridge, a skyscraper, a huge monuments like the Pyramids of Giza or just a large group of individuals in one shot – it will be possible and will look picturesque. This works just as well for indoors photography, as narrow spaces will seem a lot vaster.
Photographs taken in cars and small rooms will give off a sense of spaciousness, making photographs visually pleasing. This type of photography was previously only possible with professional cameras, limiting curious amateurs, fortunately it is now accessible to all, empowering young artists tremendously and enabling them to discover their potential.
Taken with the HUAWEI Mate 20 Pro by Talal Berkdar, nominated by Hamdan International Photography Awards (HIPA)
Detailed close up shots
Extreme close-up shots – also known as Macro photography – was another previously inaccessible feature made possible with the HUAWEI Mate 20 Pro. Historically, smartphones have been ill-fitted for Macro photography because the distance between the lens and the object often exceeds the minimum focal distance. With the HUAWEI Mate 20 Pro you can now shoot objects as close as 2.5cm, revealing details that are invisible to the of the human eye. This opens the door to a new range of photography, one that unveils the mysteries of everything that surrounds us. Shoot the details on plant leaves or those on insects and end up with exceptionally clear and interesting images.
The integration of the Leica Wide Angle Lens into the HUAWEI mate 20 Pro is revolutionizing the way we see view smartphone photography. It is opening the door to new levels of creativity and shaping new talents by helping them unlock their potential. Art is accessible and up for grabs – but who ever thought it could fit right in your smarpthone?
Taken with the HUAWEI Mate 20 Pro by Hessa Falaknaz, nominated by Hamdan International Photography Awards (HIPA)