Dutch photographer Albert Dros recently visited Dubai, and has published a collection of photos he captured whilst here. His pictures even attracted the Daily Mail to write another one of their ever amusing Dubai-related articles just to encourage the UK’s most tantalisingly inept humans to take to the comments section in order to lambast a place which they’ve never ever been to. It’s always amusing. Hey guys! Don’t worry about us, because we sure as hell ain’t worrying about you…
Regardless of that, Albert Dros has certainly taught any budding photographers in Dubai how to properly make best use of the futuristic architecture on show, and he didn’t even need to get up early in the morning in order to catch some low flying clouds to do it.
His equipment is listed as:
Sony Zeiss 16-35 f4
Samyang 12mm f2.8 Fisheye
You can check out Albert’s work and also purchase prints from his website: www.albertdros.com
Here are the best of his pictures of Dubai.
Dubai captured brilliantly
Sheikh Zayed Road captured with a three-minute exposure. Some nice cloud action complementing proceedings.
Never seen the Burj Al Arab look quite as good as this. The 1970’s don’t spring to mind at all, it actually looks like something from this century.
From the Burj Khalifa, looking towards Deira. Exposure probably of around a minute.
Business Bay. The nearest building in front of you is where we work. But don’t come, we don’t like you.
Captured from the Cayan Tower looking towards Jebel Ali. A touch of the fish eye happening here.
Early evening sunset on Sheikh Zayed Road. We are still trying to understand why there aren’t 10 million cars in this picture.
Taking a picture of a camera taking a picture.
All photos remain the property of Albert Dros, we just thought that you deserved to see them.