We got socking wet to capture this but it was worth it
Lovely morning Doha !
Good morning Doha, have a day filled with hope.
Here is an image for a start, doesn’t it look like how hope will look like if it was visualised?
If I didn’t know the skyline in the background I wouldn’t have believed this image is shot in Doha.
When you do an Industrial Photography assignment the idea is to visually show the processes of the organisation in an appealing way. But most of the time the best of the processes doesn’t happen everyday, that is when you have to use your expertise in co-ordination with engineers of the company.
Don’t get me wrong when I say words like industry, engineer and manufacture; it was not that formal, it was fun working with Commverse team with support from Solb 26.
Below are the behind the scenes from the shoot,
“ Jaber just can’t seem to miss one sunrises! here’s another one from today…good morning!”
“No matter how dark the night,
Somehow the sun rises once
and all shadows are chased away”
A beautiful sunrise from Antalia-Turkey
great weekend everybody.
The abandoned city just 90 KM to the north-west of Doha is a nostalgic reminder of how the life once was in that region of Qatar. It seems to be an old fishing village once duly inhabited and now it interests who are looking to wander out of the city limits.This is something that many of us might not have seen, and for the same reason it amuses and you feel your curiosity poking you to wander more in to the ruins.
Here is Ashique Muhammed, the latest addition to our team of diverse talents.
Interestingly in Arabic the word Ashiq means passionate and absolutely true in his case, his passion to photography is something you can not miss once he lays an eye in a lens.
We just finished covering the World Economic Development Forum 2015, a grand international event with more than 700 people from over 92 countries!
Our photography team covered around 28 hours of event documenting making sure the whole happenings and all the key moments were captured!