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OPPO, National Geographic digital content partnership bigs up Tassie ‘picture perfect’ landscape

Oppo has teamed with National Geographic Australia and New Zealand to showcase Australian photographer Jarrad Seng.

Entitled Frames, Seng’s online showcase is a short interstitial content series which aims to capture the unique natural beauty of different locations around Australia.

Michael Tran, Managing Director at OPPO Australia, said the convenience and increasingly impressive camera capabilities within smartphones made it easier than ever before for anyone to shoot like a pro.

“With features such as 48MP triple camera, 10x Hybrid zoom, and Ultra night mode 2.0 to capture professional-grade night shots, we’re extremely excited for Jarrad to be showcasing what is possible on our latest smartphone – the OPPO Reno 5G,” he said.

The first series sees Seng embedding himself in local customs, highlighting what sets Tasmania apart. It will include three short-form episodes that explore different perspectives of what Tasmania has to offer, as well as an insight to Seng himself, including his creative process in capturing key shots with the OPPO Reno 5G phone.

“Throughout the making of the Frames series, we set out to create a style of content completely new for us that reminds and inspires our audience that beautiful photography is achievable for everybody, whether that be on a high end DSLR or the smartphone in your pocket.,” said Kael Hudson, Director of Advertising and Partnerships, National Geographic ANZ.

“Wandering amongst the city, people, architecture and rugged nature with the OPPO Reno allowed me to experience and frame Tasmania in an exciting new way,” Seng added.



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