Tag Archive: low speed shutter

Hemidactylus

A five centimeter house gecko, molting on net… Advertisements

Poplar and the Shadows

I lost my SD card that night, and didn’t find it. This is the last photo on that card, fortunately found it a day after in the field. So, this is the image that… Continue reading

Polaris of Desert

This is a composition of 244 photos in Adobe Photoshop 14.0. I took them last year in Maranjab Desert, right before the moonrise.

Tribute to Dimitri Ermakov

The latest digital imaging and processing to reconstruct Dimitri Ermakov frames… a photographer who left a lot of albumen prints from Tehran, over one hundred years ago. Here you can watch his frames from Masoudieh… Continue reading

The Night at Canyon

Many thanks to Supervisor of Qeshm’s Geopark, who trust me to give permission to stay there at night. It was one of the best nights of my life, alone with my camera in Stars… Continue reading

Pollution of Tehran

A few months ago, they asked me to capture the timelapse of air pollution… I tried, but it didn’t satisfy me. Now I made this composition and I think it is well-polluted!

Milad’s Sunset: Exposure Stacking

As I watched the glorious album by Iranain Photographer, Morteza Safataj, I tried his technique to make this photo. It’s taken by Canon 6D: EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM and processed in… Continue reading

Pipes Over the Boiler

Playing with blending mode in Adobe Photoshop…

That Cold Room

Small room in a small cottage, in a small village, in Mazandaran, Iran. We slept there one cold night, and it was so original!

Tirkan

Tirkan waterfall, hard to find, not easy to access near small village in Mazandaran…

Camping under the Milky Way

And I made it! Last weekend we went to the Lorestan, in the west of Iran. After 4 hours of hiking we spent the night near the Gahar lake. The mountains around the… Continue reading

Blue reflection

Walking in the Jamshidieh park with my camera on tripod, I captured the blue reflection of the sky late in the sunset, right before the night. Now I understand blue strokes on pavement… Continue reading