I am curious about the wide variety of religious ceremonies and events that take place in the State of Israel. This is a partial cluster of different religions and cultures, all deeply convinced in their way.
David Scouri 40, lives in Tel Aviv, creates photography series out of interest and understanding of the environment.My attraction and interest in photography started when I was 12, and kept taking picture of my family members
Most people are looking for a quiet place, an island of sanity, in our existential space,and some of them find their sanity and balance closest to the sea. Some of them arrive early in the morning for a swim, a daily habit they apply every day of the year.
The road, covering a total length of about 90 kilometers, starts at the western edge of the Caesarea interchange on Highway 2 and passes the southern part, Willows Iron. It is also known as the Wadi Ara Route.
It’s a metamorphosis from the egg to the butterfly. This metamorphosis is the biggest one in nature, if we dont count the transformations of the life and death instincts in the battlefield of human soul.
My approach for carrying my photography gear while traveling the globe is based on versatility. During transportation in flights or on the way to the places I am based, I carry a lot of stuff that I don’t carry while I am out there photographing.
Emel Karakozak takes us to a new journey on female body with her series of BİR/İM/İZ. Her photography indicates how we scream out by silence, how we veiled ourselves by disrobing and how we become sole by reproducing.
Svetlana, 46-year-old Christian woman, a survivor, always on the move, she had fallen hard into drugs and prostitution along her path. I’ve met Svetlana for the first time on November 2015 at the “Death Courtyard” in a forgotten dark alley in Tel Aviv.
For the past 11 years I have lived in Stepanakert, the capital of the unrecognized Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, with my wife and two children. On April 2nd, 2016, the military conflict that brought the republic to life started again.
The 20 merit medalists will receive a ‘HIPA recognition award’ as well as a copy of the annual HIPA book which features their photographs as well as other finalist and winning photographs from HIPA’s sixth season.
His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum was in attendance as the Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum International Photography Award (HIPA) held its annual awards ceremony for its sixth season of competition ‘The Challenge’ on Wednesday evening.
David Goldstein is a franco-israeli photographer. His photographic practice stands between street photography, documentary and fine art. His work is largely concerned with identity among cities and urban landscapes.
Roy Rozanski is an aspiring street photographer for the past couple of years. Born and raised in Israel. His main “hunting ground” is Tel Aviv, which possessed a highly versatile street life packed full of different vibes, sounds and smells.
Omar Reda is a Lebanese Designer & Photographer. Currently, he is a Creative Director based in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.He was Born in Tripoli in 1984, Lebanon. He Graduated with honor in Graphic Design from Notre Dame University.
Photo manipulation is a mix of photography and graphic design. Combining lot of elements and create an unique image. It requires lot of creative skills, is a great source for inspiration and its always great fun and joy when you work on particular concept.
For ages, camels have been a useful and revered animal among the people of UAE. This project attempts to dwelve into the relationship between the animal and the people, beyond the camel safari and camel race
Halide Dündar was the manager of Revolutionist Democratic Women Association (DDKAD) when she was arrested and brought to Diyarbakır Prison No. 5. at year 1980. Her offense was teaching Kurdish women how to read and write.
Greece has become a flashpoint for the migrant crisis in Europe over the past year. More than 1 million people illegally crossed into Europe in 2015 alone, with some 800,000 of them arriving via Greece.
Gili Yaari is an Israel-based photojournalist specializing in documentary and news photography, covering daily issues all over Israel and in West Bank settlements including spot news, religious events, political and social issues.
This year’s grand-prize winner is photographer Antonio Aragon Renuncio from Spain. For an amazing photography of a group of children play and run behind old motorcycle tyres in the red dusty dirt outside of an NGO clinic. Dodho Magazine, at the invitation of the organizers, traveled to Dubai to attend the prestigious ceremony of the fifth ‘Hamdan International Photography Award’. (HIPA)
In this rapidly changing world in which career and financial successes are revered, perhaps even idolized, communities, as well as the concept of personal identities and how they are presented within society are greatly evolving.
This series is a part of documentary photography project which was taken in the women ward of central prison in North Nicosia, Cyprus with the permissions from Ministry of Internal Affairs and Nicosia Central Prison Directorate.
It was the 7th of December 1988 when the earthquake shoot Armenia . Gyumri and the other countries of region Shirak turned into ruins . It took 25 thousand lives . 27 years had already past but people who suffered from the disaster still live in lodges and still unemployed .
I traveled mostly through the north. Usually by myself. There’s no good photography near a bunch of tourists. It’s more of a wandering searcher kind of type of process. A sort of Zen-like meditation on finding beauty in unexpected places around you.
The Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum International Photography Award (HIPA) will launch a photo gallery in the SM Aura Premier shopping mall in the Filipino capital, Manila, showcasing winners and finalists from the 4th season of competition ‘Life in Colour’.
“Les Mémoires” is the first series of mine, which is going back to the roots. The photos consist of the superposing dreams of thousands and me where we studied from the age of eleven to nineteen in Saint Joseph High School.
Night is dark, lonely and uncanny, but at the same time it can be silent and peaceful. It is easy to find people looking for a light in these dark and empty places. This work explores the relationship between truth and fiction and my influences are as diverse as Jean-Luc Godard, David Lynch, Gregory Crewdson and Tom Hunter.
Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum International Photography Award (HIPA) has announced the winners of the contest’s fourth year ( Life In Colour) at the grand ceremony, which took place at the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) on the evening of 16 March.
The Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum International Photography Award (HIPA) has announced that it sent members of its team to undertake in a corporate social responsibility in various remote islands in Malaysia earlier this year.
The Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum International Photography Award (HIPA) will be celebrating a week of photography following the Awards Ceremony, with a series of photography workshops in Dubai presented by prominent international photographers.
The Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum International Photography Award (HIPA) is set to host world-famous photojournalist REZA for an exclusive lecture titled ‘The Power of Photography for Humanity’ on Tuesday the 17th of March 2015 at the Meydan Theatre in the Meydan Hotel, Dubai.