RAE’S ON WATEGOS: OPPO FIND X PHOTO DIARY

An instagrammable heaven.. get your phone ready!

If you’ve ever ventured to the laid-back, far North Coast of NSW, you’d be quite familiar with the grand, mid-century building set at the fore-front of Wategos Beach.

This iconic boutique retreat, known as Rae’s on Wategos, will have you itching to plan your next getaway asap. From cute wooden shutters and out-of-this-world architecture, to all of the modern luxuries you could think of, Rae’s will provide a truely unforgettable experience.. especially with all of the picture’s you’ll take along the way. Trust us, their will be lots!

Making our lives a little bit easier on our latest trip to this beautiful location – and lighter for that matter – we turned to our friends at OPPO to test run their latest phone release, OPPO Find X. Being the camera phone of choice in the market, we decided to put down our D-SLR for a few shots to see what all the fuss was about. Gee weren’t we surprised!

We noticed instantly in our landscape imagery that the OPPO Find X camera adjusted automatically to the environment and setting. It detected the outdoor scene and adjusted the lighting and contrast accordingly, allowing us to shoot the perfect image of the Cape Byron Lighthouse.

When we checked into the Penthouse 1 Suite at Rae’s on Wategos, our OPPO Find X phone was instantly called into action. Sorry, but we couldn’t help ourselves.. have you seen the jaw dropping interiors?! With a vivid and accurate depth of field due to the dual-lens module and OIS, Find X incapsulated the true beauty and all of the extra details that make Rae’s so iconic.

Did we forget to mention that their is also a touch of beauty in the design of this phone? Being the world’s first panoramic designed phone and ultra sleek in structure, OPPO Find X not only takes a great photo but also looks great in the process! Win, win!

PS – If you love a good selfie, we have another reason why the OPPO Find X should be in your hot little hands. Two words.. 3D camera! This 25-megapixel camera includes a 3D structured light mode, projecting 15,000 dots in order to build a 3D model of a user’s face. Gee, technology these days!

PHOTOGRAPHY HOLLY TITHERIDGE & SHAUN LYLE

LOCATION RAE’S ON WATEGOS, BYRON BAY

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH OPPO FIND X



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