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Before we headed out to the desert my students and I spent some time discussing the types of shots we should aim for. It was a landscape workshop, so clearly we needed some shots of the dunes, the sky, and so on, but we also discussed a range of more specific shots we might take: footprints in the sand, tyre tracks, people, patterns in the sand, and so on.

This is my 'patterns in the sand' shot.

In other news ...

Bobbi and I head down to Abu Dhabi this morning, to deliver a few more workshops, but after that we're off to Muscat (Oman) for some serious 'people and places' shooting :)

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16x9 + travel [Dubai, UAE] + abstract + show the original
comment by Michaelcim at 07:55 AM (GMT) on 8 November, 2010

Nice one! Yeah tyre tracks. I still have a few to process... Have a good trip to Abu Dhabi. I'm curious for the results.

comment by Mat at 08:21 AM (GMT) on 8 November, 2010

Great abstract - love the clour in this.

comment by Justin Photis at 10:08 AM (GMT) on 8 November, 2010

An unusual shot but a lovely pattern. the sand really pops out at you, did you process with Topaz as you've done before with sand shots ?

comment by martin at 10:23 AM (GMT) on 8 November, 2010

Excellent shot.

comment by Carlos Garcia at 01:35 PM (GMT) on 8 November, 2010

...don't know why, but this nice capture just makes me feel peaceful.

comment by Chris Yakimov at 03:36 PM (GMT) on 8 November, 2010

Beautiful - I love it. I'm sure this must have been gorgeous in real life, but capturing it so that it remains magical for the rest of us, that's pretty superb. Thanks!

comment by bryan at 05:04 PM (GMT) on 9 November, 2010

i love that yo include the before and afters

comment by ramon at 03:48 AM (GMT) on 10 November, 2010

Great point of view of these shapes and lines that leads your sight to nowhere in particular. Breaking the rules!

comment by Caitlyn Adams at 03:34 PM (GMT) on 15 February, 2011

This picture is uite intense. I gives me a feeling of relief. I love it. Great Job.




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