Last year I decided to learn how to use artificial light. By the end of the year I wanted to play with more light not just any light.. it was guerrilla light! From a complete n00b I learned the basic functions of using a flash off the camera with the one and only David Hobby. From […]
As you might already know that I was part of Nat Geo Abu Dhabi reality TV competition “I’m a Nat Geo photographer”. The show aired in May 2014. Emilie Houwat won the first place (I left at the semifinals and came forth). Emilie’s work is being displayed at a photography exhibition in Gulf Photo Plus. The […]
1 Dirham Abra will take you to the other side of Dubai Creek. A side full of history, culture, life and colours
jux·ta·po·si·tion: is the act or placement of two things (usually abstract concepts) near each other. It’s a fancy name for Contrast. Here are my attempts with Juxtaposition composition
I was looking at my streetphotography photos from Dubai and came across this photo which I took at the old Textile Souq. I stopped at the where all the subjects were all looking at a different angle and it reminded me of Alex Webb famous photo from his book Istanbul !
The only photos I kinda liked during my photowalk with David Burnett.
It was a very hectic weekend for me as I went to Dubai AGAIN this month for photography. This time it was to attend Eric Kim StreetPhotography workshop. This was the first workshop Eric gives in the region besides Lebanon and its his first visit to Dubai. The workshop was awesome and Eric was really […]
Not only I have been featured as ‘Member in focus’ in GPP Newletter here, My photo from Speedlite Bootcampt with David Hobby has been chosen as photo of the Month! Wooohoo !! Read my interview member in focus @RshRsho Even better. It made the Photo of The Month. Mabrook. You'll have to come back soon to […]
I’m glad that one of my dreams come true and I spent a day shooting at the magnificent Sheikh Zayed grand masjid (mosque) in AbuDhabi, UAE
A different view of Dubai skyline in Black & White
Sharing this photo straight from the camera not a single thing was edited (I only added my signature for copyright). I even kept the lens dust spots! Stay tuned for the edited version soon :)
One of the benefits of taking on location workshops is the access to unique spots like the one in this photo !