Through the eye of a lens, photography opens windows of thought for the photographer and later the viewer. It's a different dimension of imagination and imagery. But in today's hi-tech, fast paced society we seldom have the time to re-shoot a session ...

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Published: Sat 9 Jul 2005, 12:59 PM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 6:18 PM

just because certain finer details were not right. That's where software packages like Photoshop come into play. With the steady scroll of the mouse, a click here, a click there and images are better than ever.

Featuring works of three local participants and their flair at fixing images using Photoshop software is a unique exhibition organised by Dubai Naturalisation and Residency Department at Al Ghurair City. It brings forward the talent of Noura, Nada, Hamad Sultan Al Shamsi. It began on July 7 and will run until 13 July daily from 4pm to 10pm.

Noura, a government employee said, "I like to draw and am also a photographer myself. Eight of my pictures relating to science fiction are on display at the exhibition. It's a good platform and an excellent opportunity to receive direct feedback from the onlookers."Nada is a media student at Ajman University, she said, "I wanted to further explore my artistic talent in technically processing photos so I venture further in this area of work. Six of my fiction photos have been put up here."

Hamad is also a photographer and a professional in Photoshop. He is in secondary school and is participating with 4 fiction photos. Mohamed Al Shamsi, the organiser of the exhibition said, "My brother and sisters are participating for the second time in the Arts Surprises week of DSS. Last year we participated with the Photographic Illusions Exhibition and there was a lot of good response from the viewers.

"Our family supports us emotionally and financially. We would like to thank every one who helped us with the exhibition starting with the Dubai Government, DSS office and DNRD. Their support and such events help the nationals to reveal and improve their talents," he added.

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