Omani photographer, Al Moutasim, talks about how he shot some stunning photos at the Aquarium, Dubai Mall using the Fujifilm X100.


We as The new generation born in to a life of privilege, totally un aware of the world in its war, violence and racism, for us our family and media mask our eyes of all that it is “evil “ we are human it’s the end 2011 and still those issues and shadows arrive with its fullest fouled by oil money hate and greed, this wiled fire destroys the meaning of being human.

My video gives a dose of gruesome war images, and sound to communicate with the humanity inside of all of us. The eye is the way that we see recognize the wrong from right. The different ethnic groups represent us as the resident of this world.


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I want across the Sultanate of Oman from north to south crossing the empty flat lands that starches for hundreds of kilometres of endless boiling hot boring drive in a strait long single line rode ,only to discover that green sleepy mountain filed with heavy mist, it was so worth the 12 h drive on my naivete country rods.

this is a product of my Nikon D3s ,


 Dubai Creek is a silent documentary that tacks you throw the end of Dubai creek throw the creek mouth, is a gurney of contrast and collision of silence and organized ciaos. This is my documentary this is my statement please enjoy the show.



this video was made in 2010 for my Fine art video,   i named it surfaces and it is a video show casing the the arabian peril diver and  the  enviromant that he operates in . Pearl diving, one of the traditional professions of the region, Precaution is taken from April to September. In early years, almost all the locals of the region were involved in this profession which is now becoming extinct .