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  3. A good photo needs an interesting subject, but the photo's composition is equally important. This principle can easily be observed when two people take a photo of the same subject at the same location: their photos will often look completely different. This tutorial walks you through some of the key composition rules used by professional photographers to take striking photos. Armed with these tricks, you'll soon be taking jaw-dropping shots with your smartphone. The Basics The Rule of Thirds If you do a web search for the keywords "photography" and "composition", you'll churn up page after page of results featuring titles such as 9 Top Photography Composition Rules You Need To Know, 20 Composition Techniques That Will Improve Your Photos, or 18 Composition Rules For Photos That Shine. However, many of these articles are riddled with unfamiliar concepts and technical jargon that can prove overwhelming for beginners. This article takes a different approach, focusing on some more fundamental rules of composition that are easily mastered, such as the rule of thirds, the golden ratio, and the Fibonacci spiral. Novice photographers tend to position their subjects in the center of the frame, which makes them stand out, but results in a less visually-appealing photo. If this applies to your photos, you may want to try applying the rule of thirds. To use the rule of thirds, take your frame and overlay a nine-block grid (dividing the vertical and horizontal space into three parts). Important elements in the photo should be aligned with one (or more) of the four intersection points in the grid. Studies show that these intersection points are where the human eye tends to go first, so placing important elements on these points can help emphasize the subject and produce photos that are more visually appealing. The Golden Ratio The golden ratio is a similar technique that can be used to draw the viewer's glance. This technique uses a famous mathematical ratio to draw a nine-block grid with the unique, eye-pleasing proportions of 1:0.618:1. This type of grid is known as a phi grid. As with the rule of thirds, points of interest in the shot are lined up with intersection points in the grid to produce visually-harmonious, captivating images. By now, you are probably wondering which of these two grids you should be using. In fact, the difference between the two is quite subtle. Research shows that our eyes are drawn intuitively towards the four intersecting points in the rule of thirds grid, while the points of intersection in a phi grid can be harnessed to create more harmonious, aesthetically-pleasing photos. However, every picture is different, so there is no hard-and-fast rule about which guideline you should use. Advanced Composition Fibonacci Spiral The Fibonacci spiral is another camera overlay which is derived from the golden ratio. The subject is usually placed at the smallest part of the spiral, which guides the viewer around the image in a natural flow. The Fibonacci spiral is a useful tool for organizing and framing visual elements that expand outwards from the center of a photo. Configuring Assistive Grids Most experienced photographers know exactly how they will compose a shot before they press the shutter. Many of their photos conform to the rules of thirds or golden ratio even when they don't use a viewfinder overlay. Moreover, true masters of the art will deliberately break these rules of composition to achieve even more spectacular results. However, less experienced snappers may find that an assistive grid allows them to get more out of their camera. The HUAWEI P10 and P10 Plus feature built-in assistive grid support, allowing budding photographers to put these rules of composition to the test. To enable an assistive grid on the HUAWEI P10/P10 Plus, open Camera, swipe left on the screen to open the camera settings, and then touch Assistive grid. Select the type of grid you want to use, return to the viewfinder screen, and then start snapping away!
  4. Huawei's feature-packed EMUI 5.1 system comes with a number of handy shortcuts that give you quick access to frequently used features and menu options. This tutorial provides a brief introduction to three useful time-saving features. 1. Searching for Menu Options The global search feature allows you to search for menu options directly from the home screen. For example, when you want to set up a portable hotspot, you can access the portable hotspot settings directly from the search results, you do not need to go to the settings menu. To access the global search feature, swipe down on the home screen and enter the keyword you want to search for. Matching results will then be displayed beneath the search box. 2. Blocking Notifications To block notifications, you can go to Settings > Notification & status bar > Notifications management, and choose the app you want to block the notifications from. However, it can be a time-consuming process, especially if you have installed a large number of apps. Now you can block notifications from an app directly from the notification panel. Simply swipe down from the notification bar at the top of the screen, touch and hold the notification from the app that you want to block, and then select Block all from this app. 3. Accessing the Shortcuts Panel from the Lock Screen To make an NFC payment, you can go to Settings > More > Near Field Communication (NFC) to enable this feature. However, the shortcuts panel allows you to quickly enable and disable NFC and other frequently used features such as Wi-Fi, mobile data, Bluetooth, and Airplane mode. The shortcuts panel can be accessed directly from the lock screen, simply swipe down from the top of the screen and touch the desired shortcut.
  5. Muting a ringtone, decreasing the ringtone volume, or answering a call may seem like basic phone features. However, if these features are not easily accessible, they can still cause major issues for users, as illustrated in the three examples below: 1. Muting a Phone Before going to a meeting, you probably set your phone to silent to avoid unwelcome disruptions. However, if you've ever forgotten to mute your phone, you'll know just how embarrassing it is when it rings during your boss's presentation. 2. Excessively Loud Ringtone When you're out and about, you might increase the ringtone volume on your phone to make sure you don't miss any calls. Unfortunately, this also means that when you do receive a call, the noise can be deafening for those around you. 3. Answering a Call with One Hand When you're carrying the groceries home, answering a call with just one hand can be incredibly fiddly, whether you're trying to swipe the screen or press the answer button. Although on the surface, each of the above issues may seem trivial, they do inconvenience users from time to time. That's why the HUAWEI P10/P10 PLUS supports more intuitive gestures for handling call functions, ensuring that user embarrassment is kept to a minimum. 1. Flip to Mute If your phone rings half way through a meeting, the typical response is to try to hang up, or press the power button to mute the ringtone. Unfortunately, both of these solutions require you to touch the screen or press a physical button, which can take time. However, thanks to the flip gesture on the HUAWEI P10/P10 Plus, users can now flip their phone over to stop it vibrating and mute the sound, preventing possible embarrassment. To use this feature, go to Settings > Smart assistance > Motion control > Flip, and enable Mute incoming calls. 2. Automatically Decrease the Ringtone Volume When out and about, you might set a high ringtone volume on your phone to avoid missing incoming calls. Unfortunately, this means that you must press the volume down button repeatedly when your phone rings to avoid disturbing others. Thankfully, the HUAWEI P10/P10 Plus supports an intuitive gesture which decreases the volume of the ringtone automatically when you pick up the phone to answer an incoming call. To use this feature, go to Settings > Smart assistance > Motion control > Pick up and enable Reduce the ringtone volume for incoming calls. The next time your phone rings too loudly, simply pick it up to reduce the ringtone volume. 3. Answer a Call Without Touching the Screen If you have trouble answering calls using just one hand, you may want to try the Raise to ear feature on the HUAWEI P10/P10 Plus. To use this feature, go to Settings > Smart assistance > Motion control > Raise to ear and enable Answer calls. When you next receive an incoming call, raise your phone to your ear to answer it without touching or swiping the screen. In addition to the functions mentioned above, you can also use the Motion control feature on the HUAWEI P10/P10 Plus to control alarm and timer sounds, or switch between hands-free and earpiece mode during calls. To use these features, go to Settings > Smart assistance > Motion control, and enable the relevant switches on the Flip, Pick up and Raise to ear screens.
  6. When you need quick access to the camera app, nothing is more annoying than waiting for your phone to unlock. Huawei smartphones come with a number of handy features to ensure you don't miss out on those fleeting photo opportunities. Ultra Snapshot This feature allows you to take a photo without turning on or unlocking the screen. When the screen is off, point the camera at your subject and press the volume down button twice in quick succession to launch the camera and take a photo. The capture time will be displayed onscreen. Tips: Ultra snapshot cannot be used to take photos with the front camera. Ultra snapshot cannot be used when Portrait mode is enabled. Press the volume down button twice in quick succession. Smile Detection No more grumpy faces or self-timers — when smile detection is enabled, the camera will automatically take a photo when it detects a smile. Launching the Camera from the Lock Screen This feature gives you quick access to the camera without the need to unlock the screen. To launch the camera from the lock screen, simply swipe up on the camera icon at the bottom of the screen. Your phone will automatically revert to the lock screen when you exit the camera. The photo thumbnail is grayed out to prevent unauthorized access to your photos. Object Tracking This feature is designed to keep fast moving subjects in focus. When object tracking is enabled, touch the subject to automatically lock the focus on it. Note: Object tracking and smile detection cannot be enabled at the same time.
  7. HUAWEI's latest flagship P10/P10 Plus comes with an impressive range of camera modes, including a feature-packed watermark mode. We've put together some tips on how to use watermarks to produce stunning, professional-looking shots. World-renowned premium optics Known for its cutting-edge technology and quality craftsmanship, Leica is one of the world's most renowned camera manufacturers. Synonymous with quality and innovation, the company has a legendary status among photographers, although its products do not come cheap. Sporting a dual-lens camera co-engineered with Leica, the HUAWEI P10/P10 Plus has a much more affordable price tag and promises to make Leica photography accessible to a wider audience. The dual-lens camera comes with an all-new watermark feature that allows you to add a Leica signature to your images: Leica watermarks can be added in a few simple steps: Leica watermarks cannot be added to images taken with the front camera, or in the following modes: Panorama, Light painting, Watermark, Document readjustment, and Video mode. Other watermarks The HUAWEI P10/P10 Plus also allows you to personalize your images with a range of other watermark styles. You can preview your chosen watermark before taking a photo and drag it to the desired location. You can also add weather and location watermarks to your images. Weather and location information is automatically retrieved from the Internet. You can edit the content of some watermarks (for example, watermarks containing text) to give your images a personal touch.
  8. Black and white photos have a degree of detail and contrast that confers them a unique, moody intensity. However, a carefully-composed, artistic photo is easily ruined by background objects, which can distract the viewer. Good photographers sometimes manage to use creative camera angles to keep some of this "background noise" out of shot, but such techniques only get you so far. For example, I originally intended for the photo below to center on the removal men at work, but they were drowned out by other objects in the foreground and background. I took the following photo at a low angle to try to give the teddy bear a "larger-than-life" look, but once again background objects stole the show and detracted from the desired effect. When I place my photos side by side with some of the slick, glossy photos my friends share with me, I'm too ashamed to even contemplate posting them on social media services such as Instagram and Facebook. However, more recently, I discovered a clever trick on the HUAWEI P10/P10 Plus that can be used to blur out background objects and make the subject more prominent. This technique produces absorbing, arty shots that are guaranteed to garner you more "likes" on social media. Moreover, no fancy camera angles are necessary; simply take your phone, find an interesting subject, and point and shoot. When you take ordinary black and white photos, usually both the foreground and background are in focus, so there is no obvious subject or theme. However, by combining the black and white and wide aperture shooting modes on the HUAWEI P10/P10 Plus, you can blur out the background and place emphasis on a particular object or person. If you look closely at the images below, you will observe that the photo on the left is overexposed and has a cluttered background. The photo on the right, on the other hand, was taken with the HUAWEI P10/P10 Plus and effectively combines the black and white and wide aperture shooting modes to reduce background interference and create a more dramatic contrast. This is particularly noticeable in the "Cloud Park" lettering, which has a much clearer outline. After learning and applying this technique, and with a bit of practice, my black and white photos now look infinitely better, to the point that I can proudly post them on social media for my friends to see. To achieve similar results yourself, simply follow the four steps that are set out in the animated graphic below. By combining these two shooting modes on the HUAWEI P10/P10 Plus, you can produce photos with that timeless black and white look, while enjoying all of the speed and convenience that modern technology can offer.
  9. Taking picture-perfect photos with a smartphone is an acquired art, as many of us have learned the hard way. Below are some examples of what can happen when things go wrong! You couldn't reach the shutter when taking that oh-so-flattering selfie. Your photographer forgets to wait until the count of three. If you're also guilty of these "camera crimes", it's probably time that you read this guide, and familiarized yourself with some of the power features available in the Camera app on the latest Huawei P10/P10 Plus. Once you've got to grips with these features, we guarantee that every photo you take can be a masterpiece. Shutter shortcuts The volume buttons When you're trying to take a selfie with your phone held at arm's length, pressing the shutter button can be tricky. Thankfully, in EMUI 5.1, you can enable the volume buttons to trigger the shutter, allowing you to focus on honing your composition. Touch to capture The Touch to capture feature lets you trigger the shutter by touching anywhere inside the viewfinder window. The camera focuses on the area you select and takes a photo. This is especially useful for taking selfies, when you need to hold your phone further away to fit in the shot. Tips: Try to touch the object or area that you want to focus on to ensure it is in focus. The Touch to capture feature is not available when Wide Aperture or Pro mode are enabled. Going hands-free Timer If you want to take a group shot, but you're short of a photographer, you can set a camera timer to give everyone time to get in-shot. All you have to do is position your phone, set the timer interval, strike a pose, and your phone will do the rest. Once configured, touch the shutter button to start the countdown. Your phone will take a photo automatically when the timer reaches zero. Audio control If you need to go completely hands-free, try using your phone's audio control feature to capture photos. This feature is great for taking selfies and group shots. All you have to do is enable this feature, shout "Cheese", and the shutter is triggered automatically. To finish off, we tested out the timer feature to show you just what you can achieve. To take a photo like the one above, simply find something to prop up your phone (a bag or bottle), set the timer, and then get in position. Whoever said you can't take good photos when you're on your own?
  10. I know you must have tried to lock the screen by fingerprint, but have you tried to lock Apps to enhance your information protection by fingerprint reader? Not only this, you could also slide your finger on the fingerprint reader and you can enjoy some of the unique conveniences it provides. Amazing, right? Today I'll show you the whole support of Nova Plus for fingerprint recognition. Using fingerprints to unlock the screen I'm sure that you have used fingerprint unlock a lot. It's simple to set up and then it's easy to use fingerprints to unlock the screen. You never have to worry about forgetting your password and you never have to worry that someone else will be able to see your personal information. Setting up the fingerprint reader is a must. Accessing the safe or the app lock using the fingerprint reader Everyone has secrets they don't want to share with others, even if they are your closest family members. Does it feel one hundred percent secure to use the fingerprint unlock to access the safe or the app lock? Now, not only can you easily unlock it, but you don't need to worry that your password will be discovered by others, it's that great. Fingerprint touch controls This function does not need to verify your fingerprint data to work. All you need to do is to touch or slide your finger on the fingerprint reader and you can enjoy some of the unique conveniences it provides. On the Settings screen, touch Fingerprint ID. In the Touch and hold gesture area, you can turn on a switch to enable the corresponding function. Take photo/video: When you are on the camera viewfinder screen, press and hold on the fingerprint reader to take a picture. Answer call: When you have an incoming call, press and hold on the fingerprint reader to answer the call. Stop alarm: When an alarm is going off, press and hold on the fingerprint reader to turn off the alarm. In the Slide gesture area, you can turn on a switch to enable the related function: Show notification panel: Slide down with your finger on the fingerprint reader to access the notification panel, double press to clear notifications, and slide up to hide the notification panel. Browse photos: When viewing photos full screen, slide left or right with your finger on the fingerprint reader to change between pictures.
  11. After purchasing headphones that are more professional and high-tech for a more enjoyable audio experience, what you need now is the right device. Want to take the home theater experience with you? The speakers you have set your eyes on are too expensive? Worried you don't have the space for professional audio equipment at home? No problem! As long as you have HUAWEI Nova, you can enjoy professional-level surround sound anywhere at any time! DTS Headphone:X sound HUAWEI NOVA provides DTS Headphones:X sound for users who seek the ultimate sound quality. Using the acoustic field characteristics of mixing studios and other audio labs, DTS Headphone:X can accurately reproduce the sound effect of audio studios using any headphones. DTS Headphones:X gives you a stunning audio experience that rivals home theaters. This incredible audio experience was designed to provide you with the optimal end-to-end audio effect. It accurately reproduces the recording environment of sound engineers and optimizes the performance of audio devices and headphones. No matter the content, you will be able to enjoy a significantly improved sound quality. Quality anywhere at any time Regardless of whether you're listening to music, watching videos, or playing games, DTS Headphones:X by HUAWEI Nova will consistently provide you with high-quality surround sound and 3D sound effects that mimic the multi-channel sound effects of movie theaters. Regardless of whether you're downloading videos or watching them online, you can immerse into the audio experience anywhere at any time. A home theater experience in your pocket At a time of big-screen dominance, HUAWEI Nova was born to satisfy users' small-screen needs. Inside the slim, curved 5-inch metal frame is a 3020 mAh battery, yet the phone is only 7.1 mm thick. While preserving the phone's elegant appearance, smooth feel, and compact design, DTS Headphone:X by HUAWEI Nova produces premium 3D sound that restores the virtual space created by sound engineers. The virtual 3D sound effects give you an improved sense of space. Forget having to carry professional audio equipment with your phone, HUAWEI Nova allows you to travel light. Fully adapted to HUAWEI and mainstream headphones Can't enjoy professional audio experience without professional headphones? Let HUAWEI Nova prove this wrong. HUAWEI Nova DTS Headphone:X is pre-tuned to a variety of headphones. No complicated operations required, plug in your headphones and enjoy! Regardless of whether you use over-ear or in-ear headphones, HUAWEI Nova DTS Headphone:X is pre-set with the corresponding tuning parameters, optimizing headphone quality and maximizing professional headphone performance. Additionally, HUAWEI Nova DTS Headphone:X is tuned exclusively for six HUAWEI headphones. Together, they will bring you the best experience. A personalized experience In addition to producing 3D sound effects and having headphone presets, HUAWEI Nova DTS Headphone:X also provides you with a customizable audio spectrum. You can set an individualized sound based on your personal preference, in order to satisfy all your audio needs. Furthermore, you can set different playback parameters for different headphones, creating an even better fit between HUAWEI Nova and your playback device. Even for imperfect headphones, you can set the corresponding playback parameters to improve the audio experience.
  12. In today's society, you think your family and friends are the people who know you the best. They are not. In fact, it is our phone that is the closest to us every day. So many of our information and secrets are stored on our phone. That's why when you lend your phone to others or share it around, you'll inevitably worry that your important information gets leaked or modified. You might not know that the multi-user mode on the Huawei Nova Plus is your phone's most trustworthy secret guardian. The multi-user function allocates separate storage to different users and isolate each user's data to protect your privacy. Even when different users share the same app, everybody's data is separated. This helpful function divides users into three different roles. Each phone can only have one owner and one guest, but you can create multiple sub users. Owner: the owner of the phone. Generally you will only log in as the owner when you are using your own phone. Sub user: Your close family or friends can log in as a sub user when they use your phone. After they log in, they can use most of the functions, except the functions that will influence the owner, such as factory reset and do-not-disturb. Guest: Guests have relatively limited access permissions. When a friend who is not that close to you borrows your phone, it is best for them to log in to your phone as a guest. After they log in, they are only allowed to carry out certain operations. They don't have access to messages and can't install unknown apps. Isn't it a very helpful feature? Now let's take a look at how to use this feature in detail. Touch Settings > Users to access the multi-user management screen. You can add, switch, and remove users and manage access permissions for each user. Add user Touch Add or Add guest and follow the onscreen instructions to add a sub user or guest. After you add a user, the user will appear on the unlock screen. The user on the unlock screen is the user that is currently logged in. Switch user Touch the user that you want to log in with, and touch Switch user in the displayed menu. You can also touch the user's profile picture on the unlock screen to log in. Allow calls and messages, and sharing of communication history When you log in as the owner, you can give access permissions to sub users and the guest. Touch the user that you want to give access permissions to, and touch Allow calls and messages, and sharing of communication history in the displayed menu. After granting the user permission, they will be allowed to make calls, send messages, and share call and message logs with the owner. If the owner has given access permission to more than one sub user, authorized sub users can also share their communication history. Note: The guest cannot send messages. Remove user Touch the user that you want to delete, and then touch Remove user in the displayed menu. The user's data will also be deleted when the user is removed. Don't you think this secret protector for your phone is awesome! You will never have to worry about embarrassing information leaks again. Grab your Huawei Nova Plus and give it a go!
  13. Mobile phones have a growing presence in our daily lives, for everything including studying, entertainment, shopping, and navigation. As such a necessary and important item, do you sometimes worry that your phone battery can't last an entire day and feel the need to carry a heavy portable charger with you? The best solution is a phone that has long-lasting battery power while maintaining its light weight, like HUAWEI Nova! Octa-core processing power provides optimal performance Performance is without a doubt the most important element of a mobile phone. HUAWEI Nova incorporates Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 octa-core, 64-bit processor. Its octa-core scheduling algorithm separates it from other processors on the market. The octa-core processor maximizes CPU power and brings you incomparable speed and experience. In addition, HUAWEI NOVA's 14 nm FET chip optimizes impedance, and the upgraded production process allows more transistors for the CPU and GPU, which improves processor performance. Furthermore, this effectively lowers the power usage of cooling functions and extends your battery life. You can play games and watch videos without worrying about your battery power. High endurance with energy efficiency Power usage is mostly based on your phone's screen and CPU. Your phone's endurance is closely dependent on its battery capacity and power-saving methods. HUAWEI NOVA incorporates a 5-inch FHD negative LCD screen to reduce power usage, 14 nm technology to build and support a CPU with six power-saving technologies, as well as SmartPower technology developed by Huawei. SmartPower optimizes power usage for more than 40 functions, identifies user scenarios automatically, and distributes system resources based on specific use, ensuring maximum efficiency for power usage. Four-level cooling design improves charging efficiency HUAWEI Nova incorporates four cooling functions: single-layer graphite, double-layer thermally conductive adhesive, smart temperature control, and multiple temperature sensors. This significantly reduces over-heating and improves charging efficiency. Higher performance, greater endurance, and improved appearance, HUAWEI Nova incorporates all these qualities within a compact 5-inch body. Endurance is now a reality!
  14. Reading lovers stand out wherever they go. Their refined conversation style and graceful presence are a combination of natural simplicity and their subtle nature. They are a wonderful sight that you just can't miss. E-books give reading lovers like you greater choice and let you read wherever you go. However, I am concerned that even though your Nova has an eye comfort mode, you don't know about it, and harmful blue light radiation has been damaging your precious eyes for a long time. I'm worried about how you stay pretty while being immersed in books, so I have a suggestion for you today: when you read or browse for a long time you should turn on your phone's eye comfort mode. It not only reduces blue light radiation, but also prevents eye fatigue. Let me teach you how to set it up. Touch Settings > Display > Eye comfort and turn on Eye comfort. After you turn on eye comfort mode, your phone will adjust the brightness of the backlight and the color temperature automatically and filter the screen's blue light to protect your eyes. It is normal for the display to appear slightly yellow when eye comfort mode is turned on. Slide the status bar down to open the notification panel, and touch Eye protection to turn eye comfort mode on and off more easily. Gentle reminder: To improve your visual experience, it is not recommended that you turn on Eye protection when you take photos, watch videos, and browse through pictures.
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