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Think You Can Take Nice Photos With Your Phone? Prove It And Win USD20,000!

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Think You Can Take Nice Photos With Your Phone? Prove It And Win USD20,000!

Your time has come, fellow Instagram Husbands! The countless hours and hours of ‘training’ you went through, helping your significant other take the best pictures for her Instagram page, has led you to this.

It’s time to whip out your smartphone, take some incredible pictures and stand a chance to win USD20,000 in cold, hard cash!

Your training is complete.

That’s right; HUAWEI is giving you a chance to showcase your best works and if you’re good enough, put some money into your bank account as well.

The smartphone manufacturer wants to celebrate and recognise the masterpieces submitted by the next generation of photographers using the next generation of tools, which, in this case, a smartphone.

Therefore, the HUAWEI Next-Image Awards was born.

First introduced in 2017, HUAWEI is looking for the best photos in these six categories: Faces, Going The Distance, Storyboard, #Emotion Tag, Hello, Life! and Life Now.


Your entries will be judged by a panel of experienced professional photographers, so yeah, the competition is legit.

The competition is now open, and you have until 31 July to submit your entries with the shortlist being announced on 15 August. The overall winner will then be announced in mid-September. 

Speaking of winners, the grand prize winner will walk away with a USD20,000 (RM82,300) cash prize, as well as an invite to attend the highly-esteemed Paris Photo 2019 fair. Also, there’s a chance that your winning masterpiece will be displayed for all to see at the photo fair too.

Not just that, the person will also get to bring home a HUAWEI P30 Pro smartphone.

If you need some inspiration, check out these awesome photos taken by your fellow smartphone photographers using the HUAWEI P30 Pro:

Check out all the details.

Sunset is so beautiful.
Good for portrait.

Vibrant colours for vibrant moths.
Looks good even with no light.
So, what are you waiting for? If you think you have what it takes, start submitting your entries by clicking on this link.

Alternatively, if you want to improve your smartphone photography skills first, we have you covered as well. Here are some simple tips you could pick up to help you take the best and the most vibrant pictures.


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