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UAE: The desert, a New Playground for Photographers?

Polish photographer Irenaeus Herok, has made the desert of the United Arab Emirates his new playground. More than a stretch of sand, this desert is full of treasures for photographers, if they’re not afraid of heights.

A football field in the middle of the desert, camels resting, highways swallowed by the sand … Irenaeus Herok masters the art of transforming random scenes into spectacular pictures.

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Camels 🐪🚶🏻‍♂️

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With his drone, this Polish commercial photographer, specialized in landscape and architectural photography, travels through the desert of the United Arab Emirates in search of a unique moment of beauty to snap. Far from the classic techniques of photography, his aerial views allowed him to acquire his own style.

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His 37,000 Instagram followers know it: in order to witness the beauty of the Emirati desert, you must break the conventional art of photography. Between land and sky, Irenaeus Herok found a new purpose for travel photography and offered a new vision of the Arabian desert.

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No traffic 😊

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Far from “bling-bling” skyscrapers and shopping centers, Herok’s photographs allows us to see a nature that often takes its rights in the UAE. What if this was the real wealth of Dubai?

Published on 18 October 2018