Tag Archive: isfahan

Freezing Moment of the Moment

My dear friend, Samira Taheri took some photos of me while taking the above photos. Just want to show you the locations of my photos and how they happend :) By the way, this… Continue reading

Erosion and the Life Reprise

In a place where there are no plants, no air,
the stubborn sunlight bursts upon the stones,
where no land or life is special,

Contrast in Desert

White plants on the background of orange sands; Green plants on the background of white salty soil; Desert is the land of contrasts…

Reprocess: Shah Mosque

I took these photos in May 2013 at Shah Mosque of Isfahan.

Jameh Mosque of Isfahan B199L1D

Another composite using lighten mode… any feedback?  

Curves, Squares

I took that in a bird house in Isfahan, today. I have to go there again, with my film SLR…

Still Autumn

I want to be that leaf… floating by wind, sinking under water when the day come.

This is Art!

I can’t add any comment…

The four on the wall

I must be honest with you; I’ve exaggerated on red and orange in this frame. As my friend said, the life get boring if you don’t exaggerate your feelings. I’m not agree with… Continue reading

Gradian

Warm and cold colors, tied together… that’s how I feel these days.

Inspiration on Hamid Janipour’s exhibition

Last night I went to Atbin gallery to watch the latest works of Hamid Janipour, Iranian photographer. Technically, he has blended two or more photo layers in Photoshop. The Idea was blending Paintings… Continue reading

35mm focal length of Chehel Sotoon

Here it is the four frame HDR of a palace in Isfahan, Chehel Sotoon, means “forty pillars” in Farsi. The structure has 20 pillars around, so with their reflection in the pool you… Continue reading