Sleepless in Egypt
As night falls, Egypt’s scorching sun fades and the heat of the day subsides. For many young Egyptians, everything begins, not ends with sun down. They are struggling with their careers, and are striving to achieve their dreams.
“The main motivation that gives me the capacity to create new songs is that I share real live stories that I encounter on the streets.”
Zap Tharwat, the astonishing rapper and songwriter, is one of the stars of OPPO’s ‘Egypt in Sleepless’ campaign. He has the talent and passion to turn heads in the music industry with his exceptional voice, charisma and his street credibility. It took him long sleepless nights of hard work to achieve where he is today. “I always record my songs at night. Most of the day, I am busy working on the music. And at the end of the day, I start recording. The most interesting aspects of being a singer are song-writing, spending hours in the studio preparing, and of course meeting and talking with people on the street”. He adds, “The main motivation that gives me the capacity to create new songs is that I share real live stories that I encounter on the streets”.
“There is no overnight success for me. Those unaccountable sleepless nights enabled me to be the actress that I am.”
Huda El-Mufti is another star of OPPO’s ‘Egypt in Sleepless’ campaign. The young charming and talented Egyptian model and actress started her professional career as a model after studying theatre. Huda was able to leave a remarkable imprint on the silver screen when she played the role of “Nadine” in Haza El Mesaa series where her amazing acting skills and breathtaking presence boosted her popularity and landed her one of the main roles in Ka’eno Embareh series. It also took her long sleepless nights of training to be where she is today.
“There is no overnight success for me. Those unaccountable sleepless nights enabled me to be the actress who I am.” She adds, “I worked on myself. I stayed up late and tried a lot of things. I landed on my feet in the career of acting and I didn’t and won’t give up until I reach my goals”.
Using OPPO F11 Pro, Batool Al-Daawi, another star of the campaign, has also spent long nights with Zap and Huda capturing their portraits and envisioning their stories while they worked hard to achieve their dreams, using OPPO Batool also roamed the streets of Cairo to capture portraits of those who spend long sleepless nights working on to achieve their dreams.
The ‘Egypt in Sleepless’ campaign went out to discover the glow behind ordinary talented young people by using the power of portrait. In a country that never sleeps, every street corner and cafe is jam packed with youngsters trying to work together to come closer to their dreams. The campaign follows those that work at night, whether they have a night job or are trying to develop their skills to prove themselves or reach their dreams.
Capturing moments on the road to achieving our dreams can give us the power to push forward. The portrait is powerful to capture and record moments from our lives and tell our stories. When looking back on our beginnings recording every milestone, we get inspired to move forward and achieve more. OPPO is the portrait Master, devoting itself to capturing brilliant portraits of dream chasers, even at night. Portraits shot by new OPPO F11 pro are always brilliant.
48MP Rear Camera:
With 48MP rear camera, OPPO F11 Pro is the portrait master. The Power of Portrait lies in a great portrait camera that will capture your important moments and keep your memories in clear and high-quality portraits to stay clear and memorable in your mind.
With the Ultra Night Mode, OPPO F11 Pro can leverage AI and multi-frame noise reduction to achieve effects such as noise reduction and handheld stabilization enabling you to achieve the level of brightness and details that normally exceed the limits of human eyes.
Rising Front Camera:
To have a panorama screen, the rising camera of OPPO F11 Pro adopts a transparent design inspired by amber. The camera has a rounded curve and is crystal clear. When the camera rises up, the phone looks like a perfume bottle ready to be opened. Giving the device a 90.9% screen-to-body ratio.