Khalil Ashawi went to the Atmeh camp for displaced people on the Syrian-Turkish border, where families have been sheltering since 2011 from a conflict that has made half of Syrians homeless.
Koji Ishii can't help himself: whenever he sees a lost glove on the streets of his hometown Tokyo, he just has to stop and document it.
Ahmad said, “My goal for the trip was to photograph the Burj Khalifa. The trip was for two days, the filming took half an hour, but the observation took 7 hours. Then we started to descend gradually from the back.”
The first photo is of his father His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, taking a photograph with a DSLR camera.
A survey has found that a third of girls and young women aged 11 to 21 won’t post a selfie online without editing their appearance first.
She won the Best Up & Coming Filmmaker of the year Award at the digital studio Awards’2013, her documentary Half Emirati was the most talked about film in the UAE, she was a Ted speaker at the Ted x Fujairah and, she has participated in many film festivals in the UAE and worldwide.
The theme of the calendar is brought out in a lounge/cafe setting, reminding us that humanity cannot be labelled and categorised.
As the largest community exhibition to take place at GPP, the gallery space is being used in its entirety to accommodate almost 100 images from around the world.
She is talking about a display of photographs in the gallery by Florian Kriechbaumer, business executive and photographer originally from Germany, who calls the UAE his home after having lived in Dubai for over fifteen years.