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8 Gorgeous Photos of Ballerinas of Cairo Working Sahel through the Lens of Huawei P10

The pictures were all taken with the breakthrough invention that is the Huawei P10 and P10 Plus camera, which is only matched by actual professional cameras. And These photos prove just that.

Staff Writer

Exactly one year ago, Ballerinas of Cairo made their first appearance in the dusty and rather messy streets of our metropolis to add a touch of art and beauty to our hectic urban lives. This summer, the artistic collective took their most impressive pirouettes and piles to Sahel in a bid to compliment the stunning beauty of our northern shores with their intricate visual creations. 

Though usually capturing such slick moves in vivid details entails snapping them with top-of-the-range professional cameras, Ballerinas of Cairo took arrived to Sahel with none other than the Huawei P10 and P10 Plus - both equipped with the most advanced cameras on the market. With an ultra-advanced manual mode, enabling unprecedented photo-depth and control over shutter speed, all with the tap of a finger, the crew came out with a bunch of breathtaking photos of the feisty ballerinas in their perfect habitat.   

"Our Ballerina of Cairo's shoots are usually highly reliant on capturing subtle movements, that's why I need to have total control over the camera's setting so we could get such an outcome," says Ballerinas of Cairo's Founder Mohamed Taher. "That's specifically why I love the camera on the Huawei P10 Plus; with the Promod settings, you can virtually control the camera like it's a DSLR. The most impressive feature about the Promod is that I can shoot raw photos, which enables me to adjust all the details of the pictures when editing, specially the colour range."

The sky was blue, roses were blooming and, most importantly, the moves were fly, all details of which were captured even more alluringly by tech innovation that is the Huawei P10 Plus. And here's the outcome to prove it! 

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