Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr OpinionHuawei has just launched its most spectacular smartphone Huawei P20 Pro in Pakistan at an event in Lahore. The most interesting part of the event was the venue and the presentation of a product. It was probably the best idea went through my experience in a smartphone launch history. You would have seen hundreds of launch events where the smartphone makers had preferred to bring up celebrities from across the industries but not limited to technology. When it comes to Pakistan, you also have seen those companies held events like they were hosting some kind of fashion shows or a singing concert to launch a smartphone. Seriously, I always had my reservations about those launch events where you’d see more unrelated personnel than some relevant tech experts. There were also the occasions when they called upon professional or well known photographers when they wanted to launch a smartphone that had photography genre. Still they never missed a chance to host you with music, singing and dancing. Dancing? okay, skip dancing. On top of that, as the venue, they always chose some hotel, a big hall, expo centers and blah blah blah. But this time, Huawei Pakistan did something that triggered an interesting element in my mind when I received the invitation. I read the venue – “Ejaz Art Gallery”. It was interesting, though it was obvious that Huawei has planned some kind of photography exhibition to launch its triple camera boaster – P20 Pro. May 12th, Saturday; the evening occurred, and the first time it felt like you were attending a camera launch event – not a smartphone’s. May be, I had a little interest in photography or what, but it was a brilliant idea for me. That’s because the event (or exhibition, I’d say) featured a spectacular work of Huawei’s Experience Ambassadors. So who are these Experience Ambassadors? They were not some kind of well known celebs or artists but social media influencers who had photography skills. They used the Huawei P20 Pro and Huawei P20 lite to take stunning shots of the world around them. Following is how Huawei introduces them to you. Marvi Soomro, a story teller at heart whose work showcased simple things such as light as it falls on a wall, shadows, lines, symmetry and faces – for all of these preserve not only a moment in-time but also a feeling. Her work was captured using a Huawei P20 Pro. @marvsoomro Huawei P20 Pro Camera Shots – Courtesy: Marvi Soomro/Huawei Huawei P20 Pro Camera Shots – Courtesy: Marvi Soomro/Huawei Fahad Mahmood finds photography as a constant source of inspiration for his expeditions, and his quest to learn. He’s always been a livewire, communicating, evolving dialogues, exploring and absorbing nature; its expressions and reflections. Being an expressive soul, he knows for a fact that ‘a picture is a million words!’ and hence a fancied platform to express, absorb, incubate and reflect more! Armed with a Huawei P20 Pro, he captured those million expressions in and around the vales of Skardu! Huawei P20 Pro Camera Shots – Courtesy: Fahad Mahmood/Huawei Mavikh Azam caught our eye for his sheer brilliance in smartphone photography. Being an engineering student and a photographer by hobby, he uses his cell phone to capture the world around him. During the last two years, he has encapsulated the rustic culture of the North and the warmth of its people through his sojourns. He has a keen eye for landscape and nature. Mavikh’s work exhibited Minimalism and Religion caught through the dual lenses of Huawei P20 lite. @mavikhazam Huawei P20 Lite Camera Shots – Courtesy: Mavikh Azam/Huawei Huawei P20 Lite Camera Shots – Courtesy: Mavikh Azam/Huawei Hasan Zahid is a doctor by profession and a photographer by passion. He feels that all of us are storytellers who use more than one way to tell a story. Writers use pen and paper, painters use paint, while he uses pictures. He captured people and places of Lahore – giving his upclose view through the lens of Huawei P20 lite, Huawei P20 Lite Camera Shots – Courtesy: Hasan Zahid/Huawei Huawei P20 Lite Camera Shots – Courtesy: Hasan Zahid/Huawei I’ll try bringing up high resolution photographs after taking permissions, however you can visit them on Instagram an check their work. The views and opinion expressed in this article are solely those of the author in his/her private capacity and do not represent the views of the Tech Prolonged in any way.