Huawei P9 – The latest shots from the Camera – Shooting with the Sun and RAW

Once again I went out with the Huawei P9 and took some more photos. I have add some comments after each shot. Also don’t forget to click on each photo to view full size.

Tomorrow I will be publishing the Huawei P9 review.

Huawei P9 - Auto mode - Visitor Centre Princetown

Huawei P9 - Shot with monochrome lens - Visitor Centre Princetown

Above are shots of the National Park Visitor Centre. First auto and then in monochrome. The sun was at an awkward angle just above the building i.e. I was partially shooting at the sun. Shots were both ok considering that.

Huawei P9 - Auto - church

Huawei P9 - Shot with monochrome lens - church

Same issue with both of these shots in that the sun was in the wrong place. But again reasonable shots from the P9.

Huawei P9 - Church

The church is well captured here. There is something really appealing about the photos from the P9. They look so life like.

Huawei P9 - Leaves - monochrome lens

Shot in monochrome and into the sun. I like this photo.

Huawei P9 - Leaves - Shot in Pro mode - raw processed in Adobe Photoshop Express

So the same view but in Pro mode and the above photo is the taken from the raw image which was post processed on the phone using Adobe Photoshop Express. I have noticed that the raw image files possess huge dynamic range.

Huawei P9 - Fanta - Shot in Pro mode - raw processed in Adobe Photoshop Express

Another Pro mode shot and using raw. Post processed in the same method as above. Here I made the image more vivid. Using raw images on the P9 really helps sometimes.

So there you have it, some more shots with the sun in awkward places and some taken in raw. Tomorrow I will have my main review covering all the other aspects of the phone.

3 thoughts on “Huawei P9 – The latest shots from the Camera – Shooting with the Sun and RAW

  1. Thank you for all this work. Maybe a word about the microphones in the P9? One reads very little about those. I use a Note I GT7000 as an interview recording device. Works great, even at a congress and in factories.. Nexus 5 on the contrary is awful, literally nearly impossible. So mikes are not self evident. Cheers, Bruno


  2. Wow, the can drink shot is outstanding. It would be very hard to detect this was captured using a smartphone and not from a dedicated digicam. Pixel peeping reveals spot on detail ,with next to non existent noise. Did you apply any NR to that image during processing?


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