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Samsung #BringAliveTheDark Photowalk Captures the Sights and Sounds of Old Hyderabad’s Iconic Charminar

on 06-09-2017


The Charminar in the city of Nizams, Hyderabad, and the lively, colourful streets around it were the focus of a photography workshop organised by Samsung India to showcase the low light photography prowess of the recently launched Samsung Galaxy On Max.



Hyderabad’s Charminar captured beautifully in low light by the Samsung Galaxy On Max Camera



Samsung India’s ‘Bring Alive The Dark’ campaign organized a photowalk for 15 select Galaxy On Max customers from Hyderabad and the photography workshop was conducted by ace photographer Venky Photriya.











Similar workshops and photowalks were conducted at Khimsar near Jodhpur and New Delhi by photographer Aman Chotani.



Samsung Galaxy On Max takes low light photography to a whole new level





The Samsung photowalk engagement activity helped consumers experience the brilliance of the OnMax f1.7 flagship camera with subject matter experts. This is just one example of how Samsung is reaching out to create consumer delight,” said Mr. Sandeep Singh Arora, Vice President, Online Business, Samsung India.





Samsung Galaxy On Max is exclusively available on Flipkart in Black and Gold colours and is priced at INR 16,900.



The smartphone allows users to capture prized moments brilliantly with powerful 13MP front and rear cameras. With its flagship f/1.7 aperture on the rear camera, users can click brighter, sharper, mesmerizing shots even in low-light conditions.



The Galaxy On Max captures vivid details, ensuring brighter, better pictures and comes with an industry-first Social Camera Mode for people who like to ‘share on-the-go’.





The Instant Share & Edit feature enables instant sharing of pictures with a single click on pinned social media applications. Live filters and cool Indian-themed stickers enhance the overall experience of clicking and sharing images.

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