Pic(k) of the week 25: EID MUBARAK – SATWA, DUBAI

Today is the last day of Ramadan, the yearly month of fasting observed by Muslims all over the world and of which the yearly participation is observed as one of the 5 pillars of Islam. After Ramadan, the first day of the next lunar month starts of with festivities...

Pic(k) of the week 23: MISTY MORNING OVER THE UAE – FUJILOVE MAGAZINE

The aerial image below shows the Northern part of the UAE bordering Oman, on a peaceful early morning some time ago. Image details:Fujifilm X-T20 with XF 18-135mmISO 200, 1/1700s, f8.0, 56mm (84mm full frame equivalent)RAW development in Lightroom CCNik ColorEfex Pro4 for optimal contrastMore of my aerial...

FIRST LOOK REVIEW: FUJIFILM INSTAX SHARE SP2

The Fujifilm Instax Share SP-2 printer, replaces it predecessor the SP-1. Although not brand-new (released June 2016), the first time I used this pocket Instax printer, was during the recent 24 hour project in Dubai on April 1st. With its portable size and weight, the Instax SP-2 is the...

24 HOUR PROJECT DUBAI – 01 APRIL 2017

READY FOR A PHOTOGRAPHY CHALLENGE? Today I'm introducing the 24 Hour Project; a yearly photography project which gathers Street and Documentary photographers from around the globe who share in real time images documenting the "Human condition of their city"/. Photographers share one photo per hour on social media during...

BEST 3 ARCHITECTURAL – AVIATION – TRAVEL – STREET PHOTOS of 2016

As a yearly tradition I will try and identify my best 3 Architectural, Aviation and Travel images for 2016; the three categories of photography I'm been known for.However 2016 is also the year, where I started shooting more and more Street Photography; I therefore decided to...

KUSHTI, The Art of wrestling – Dubai

Every Friday before sunset, a few hundred spectators gather around a small obscure dirt field, close to the Hyatt Recency hotel to watch a traditional Indian-Pakistani wrestling competition called Kushti. Now going back more than 3000 years, Kushti fighters from India, Pakistan and Iran have traditionally been sticking strictly...