I have heard many of my friends saying, there is no more subject to shoot, but I don't think its not true. With one single subject you can create millions of images. And I think all the million images will be different from each other.
I have started to explore this option, my favorite subject is the Grand Mosque Abu Dhabi.
Whenever I visit that place around 160 kilometer from my place, it brings lots of peace. I go to that mosque, see people from around the world, from different community and different religion. When you interact with people from other religion it makes me feel proud, at least there are many who don't think that place of worship is terrorism. Well its not an religious blog or anything against anybody. Just wanted to highlight that this mosque is must visit place when you guys come down to Dubai.
Now back to my subject, so everytime I visit I make sure I click few images from different angle and different time.
Here are few of the images my images in DT. One of the other site rejected all these images saying poor cropping, I'm just wondering the ability of that editor who rejected it. Anyways no blame game. Lets see the images.
This image I just clicked to test my camera settings, I wanted to see how an image looks during dark with out flash, just used the preset mode of no flash in my D90, and this is the result. After that I clicked few more didn't upload yet.
This image was shot from a moving car, i asked my friend to slow down a bit, I took multiple shots, may be in few seconds I had around 25 images. Then rest is courtesy photoshop.
Vertical panorama, this is my new found love, panorama, while I was designing magazines, we always wanted Travel Images in horizontal panorama and sometimes there was demand for vertical panorama for roll up stands. So I started clicking a lot of them. If you see in my portfolio, I have a golf course image is three parts, and the image dimension is 27688 pixel by 3757 pixel.
These image was taken at around 8 pm.
So here is the example of one subject in million moods. I have still many more images, but submitting in long intervals.
Below I have provided few links to see the beauty of this mosque from different photographers.
Search Result 1
Search Result 2 with differnt Keyword
Search Result 3 with another keyword