Let's Take A Tour Of Binondo With The Xiaomi 11T

The lockdowns really affected most of us as we are confined inside our homes and almost forgot how the outside world looks like. Fortunately restrictions has eased up with the declining number of cases which means we can gradually comeback to our usual routines and do more things. But since we may not go to more far away places, it's practical and preferred to travel to local spots, in which Binondo comes to mind.

With this opportunity,  a photowalk was organized with Xiaomi and brought bloggers to take part in a photography activity around the culture rich district of Manila. Health and safety protocols were enforced which also required us participants to take an antigen test, and the good news is, everyone is negative which means everyone can be part of the photowalk.

As business and culture is booming once again, there will be a lot of great subject that can be captured with the Xiaomi 11T, one the latest phones by Xiaomi that boast of features like Cinemagic effects, 108 Megapixel camera, 6.6" flat AMOLED display, 120° ultra-wide angle camera, Dolby Atmos® dedicated dual speakers, and more.

Starting with Ongpin street which is the most recognizable street in the district, you can already see a lot of moments you can capture. From the dragon street lamps, the various shops of gold, charms, and even food is already a sight worthy to be captured. People going around in cars, tricycles, and even on foot tells a lot of stories which also goes well with the landmarks like arches we can find as we walk around.

Signs in Chinese (Mandarin and Cantonese) are indeed something that gives that Chinatown vibe when checking out the stores. If you go to the end of Ongpin street you will find yourself at Sta Cruz church and the Carriedo Fountain which has been there for more than a century. And adjacent to it is Escolta street which was the central business district before Makati and BGC. There are art deco buildings still standing which again makes a great subject when capturing with the Xiaomi 11T.

At the end of Escolta is wher you can see the newly renovated Jones Bridge which is now a tourist attraction. And if you follow Quintin Paredes road, it will lead you to Plaza Lorenzo Ruiz and Binondo Church which is also beside Ongpin street where we started.

Unfortunately we were not able to explore more of Binondo, but in just a short time we were able to see and capture a lot of pictures and videos using the features of the Xiaomi 11T. I really love the Cinemagic effects which are unique and adds spice to recordings. The quality of the images and videos are very impressive which I even praised while filming. It's like you can even make cinema-worthy shoots using this phone. 

And there is more we can discover with the Xiaomi 11T. I'm also happy that some of my shots were chosen as the best landmark shots. For now I'm also checking out the features of the phone which I will share with a full review soon.

Now that we can at least go out, it would be really great to have a phone like the Xiaomi 11T with you make Cinemagic moments that you can bring everywhere, a functional smartphone for social media, and a reliable device in the next adventures.

The Binondo photowalk was a success and let's explore for more!

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