This one is similar to our wedding day in a way. We had a professional photographer but we found that a lot of the ad-hoc shots taken on other cameras were actually more interesting and more natural. Perhaps it’s the fact that there’s no tripod, it’s less obvious and there’s no-one trying to stick you into a pose.
Huawei paired up with photographer Ian Weldon to cover a wedding using just a Huawei P30 Pro. We reviewed this back in the summer and we were suitably impressed, and you can see the results here.
The professional DSLR camera was ditched in an effort to prove that the quality of photographs can rival those taken on a super-expensive camera.
The P30 Pro has a Leica quad-camera system and Ian Weldon, after using the phone, stated…
Having shot Holly and James’s wedding exclusively on the P30 Pro, I can safely say it is also possible to capture an entire wedding on a smartphone.
My usual photography style is capturing candid moments, and the P30 Pro allowed me to move around and capture moments that would have been more difficult if using a traditional camera.
Holly and James, the couple getting married, were very happy with the results too…
Being photographed by a smartphone also felt so natural. We barely even noticed Ian was there, capturing so many of the small, candid moments which are so special to look back on.
Check out our review of the Huawei P30 Pro here.
I guess this is saying, “Don’t spend £2000 on a photographer for your wedding, get a kid with a phone to do it”…. I think..