Went to see the Tashkeel’s Covid Conversations exhibition today, which from the first glance can be described as the show about gloves and masks, as a lot of people drew inspiration for their art from these elements that populated our lives this year, but only until you start looking closely – the narratives are about loss, anger, frustration, pain, hope, and the way of coping. … Continue reading 2020 in Retrospect Pt.2 – Your Year is What you Make it to Be.
Having just arrived to Da Nang, the city of golden bridges and few people speaking proper English, we decided to do something cultural. “Marble Mountain” – a some kind of a marble hill, overlooking the city, adjacent to the marble market where you can literally buy anything made out of marble. The place was fantastic, but the humidity was whipping hardcore that day. Just being … Continue reading Was it Worth a Sweat? Visiting the Marble Mountain and off to the Street Markets of Hoi An.
Good evening, my good friend and thank you for tuning in. Today I had an amazing opportunity to go do what I love to (shoot cityscapes, sunsets and blue hours) with a bunch of like-minded individuals. Thanks goes to mr. Mohammad Azizi aka Alphaspotting for organizing, and to Nikon ME who were kind enough to lend gear to people who wanted to try different things … Continue reading Taking It To The Next Level with Level 43 Dubai.
Hello dear curious friend, tell me, are you fascinated by the desert? It is a place full of wonders, and obviously sand. But people who think that there is nothing in the desert couldn’t be more wrong. Recently my wonderful relationship with Gulf Photo Plus brought me to an opportunity to teach a class in landscape photography to someone who is not from here and … Continue reading What You Should Consider Before Going on a Photo Mission to the Desert.
Good day everyone roaming around, On all things photography topic today is: is shooting film making a come back? Being an avid pixel-peeper, I was always laughing at people who told me they are still shooting film. Why would you shoot film in the times of digital, and also you can make any of your digital photos look like film with one click of a … Continue reading Why Would Anyone Shoot Film Today?
Everyone is tempted to draw a certain line at the end of the year, which I guess provides a certain psychological closure on a pathway to a better and newer you… at least in theory. Last year was quite an amazing year for me professionally, and in terms of my personal photography as well. I met so many great people, some of who turned into … Continue reading My favourite 2017 images (a year shot with Fuji)
Salut adventurers! Today’s story is about how we went to the desert to photograph a conservation project with Benjamin Wong as a part of his workshop for GPP17. The idea behind the project was that desert kills trees, and we need to help planet by planting more trees. So Benjamin and GPP teamed up with a charity company that plants trees. He found really cool … Continue reading This World Has No Limits. #GPP17
Hello world, Long time no see. A lot of travels happened, a lot of pictures taken, but today I wanted to talk a little bit about that Sony camera that everyone is obsessing about these days. That Sony 7 R ii. As a matter of fact, I am a Fujifilm shooter these days, and I can’t be happier with my choice. My old good friend … Continue reading Sony 7Rii
This photo I took about a year ago, roaming around Dubai constructions zones one evening. It’s surprisingly clear for an August night, usually the sky is full of humidity and you can’t really see so clear. 10 seconds at F 8.0, ISO 400 taken with Canon EOS 6D and EF24-105 L IS USM lens. Continue reading The Rainbow of Reflections – Downtown Dubai