street photography series: the far closeness

how far can one get close to the expression of their own momentary thought or feeling?
and how far can the closeness of fear bring about the strength to create a change?

two questions faced each portrayed, and two questions that received a defence of an answer with a clear reality on the surprise by such a question. a surprise of not having no one ask on it for the simple purpose of care.

we identify on expressions from far distances we feel close to, relate to, yet fearsome to an extent by our human nature to express them out loud.

composing the expressions in elements of two simple questions was a learning process  far closer to a reality to what I express in moments that I yet stand to say I can ever stop from learning.

photography by nabil darwish,
copyright 2019 all rights reserved.
location: souq waqif, doha, qatar
series made through testing the:
FUJI FILM X-Pro3, and


About Nabil Darwish [ ndproductions::digital imaging:: ]

a Marketing Communications / Branding Specialist, a Certified Adobe Partner/Designer, and arts photographer. Along with extensive working experience in the field of Project/Program Management and Coordination, and Marketing Communications, ND also has a Masters of Science in Hospitality Management, a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, both specialising, (from the UK), in Strategic Marketing Communications and Development. Not to also forget, one of only 4 Adobe Service Providers in the country, (Adobe Designer), and Corel Approved Service Bureau Associate (Corel Designer). View all posts by Nabil Darwish [ ndproductions::digital imaging:: ]

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