My City at Sunset
       
     
Ship Wreckage
       
     
Blue Hour
       
     
Blue Hour 2
       
     
Twin Islands
       
     
Kuwait Towers
       
     
My City at Sunset
       
     
My City at Sunset

An Ariel photograph of Kuwait City at sunset, we don't have such massive cloudy skies; so it is always a great opportunity to go out taking pictures when the skies are cloudy. This photo is made of 3 blended shots with Mavic Pro at an altitude of 200m.

Ship Wreckage
       
     
Ship Wreckage

This is another Ariel photograph taken at Doha Northern Parts of Kuwait Sea, at that area, there are many Ship Wreckage and they are left there by their owners to be cut and sold as metal for other industry. This is a single shot taken by Mavic Pro at altitude of 26m.     

Blue Hour
       
     
Blue Hour

This is one of my favourite Panoramic Photographs, it was taken from an under construction building of a 27 Floors, climbing the stairs to get this amazing view as a reward.

The shot was made of 9 horizontal shots each frame of those 9 was made of 3 frames stacked focus in depth. I ended up with 27 RAW frames with 36MP each, you can imagine what was the size of the final file.

       

Blue Hour 2
       
     
Blue Hour 2

A panoramic Shot of Kuwait City from the seaside while Blue Hour after the Sunset. This Photo is a blend made from 21 Mavic Air shots at altitude of 300m. 

Twin Islands
       
     
Twin Islands

These are two close to shore islands in Kuwait. I photographed them recently. The water colors are epic and this added a dramatic look to the picture, also some of the Seagulls were resting on the islands while other were flying heading to the East.

Kuwait Towers
       
     
Kuwait Towers

This was taken after a one year stop of flying drones. It was almost the perfect weather that day, it was like an invitation to grab my Inspire and rush to the site.

At an altitude of 285 meter. In order to eliminate any vibration, and get a sharp crisp shot; I set my drone to Tripod mode and set the focus to infinity.