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TECNO Partners with LUMS Photography Society

TECNO Pakistan, a premier smartphone brand, collaborated with PhotoLUMS, the Photography Society at Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS), to host an enlightening night photography workshop on September 14th.

The workshop featured a captivating panel discussion led by Adeel Chishti and Saboor Akram, focusing on the evolving landscape of photography and the pivotal role of artificial intelligence in image processing. Adeel Chishti, renowned for his work in street photography and portraiture, has earned international acclaim through exhibitions and publications. Saboor Akram, a leading voice in the realm of AI-generated art, is known for his AI-generated images blending celebrities and superheroes into Pakistani culture.

In discussing the fusion of photography and artificial intelligence, Saboor Akram emphasized, “Photography is advancing with time, and artificial intelligence is bringing further evolution to this industry, pushing the boundaries of what’s possible. It’s not about replacing the photographer; it’s about empowering their creativity and expanding the horizons of visual storytelling.”

Tecno Partnership with LUMS

The workshop came alive with immersive experience zones, offering attendees a firsthand look at the Camon 20 series products. An exciting night photography competition added an element of competition, with the winner taking home a TECNO Camon 20 phone. The event drew the enthusiastic participation of over 200 students.

Adeel Chishti expressed his delight in addressing the aspiring young minds, stating, “I am happy to see your keen interest in this subject matter, and I’m hopeful that this zest will pave the way for a new generation of talented professionals who could potentially spark a significant transformation within the field of photography.”

TECNO’s night photography workshop not only showcased the latest advancements in camera technology but also highlighted the transformative impact of mobile phones on Pakistan’s photography landscape. The event encouraged students to view photography as both a passion and a profession, engaging in in-depth discussions about the future of photography in Pakistan.

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