An event that is well-choreographed and successfully executed should be documented to ensure its distribution to all participants in order to boost the brand’s visibility. We offer Photographers in Abu Dhabi solutions for corporate events like the annual roadshow, meet-up dinner, conference and dancing party photography, concert and exhibition, live concerts photographs, awards ceremonies, low-light concert photography and many more occasions at Film District Dubai.
The top service for concert and event photography firm across the UAE. Because our prices for event photography are among the lowest and affordable, our packages for event photography are fully customized to meet your specifications and are in line with your spending budget.
The most knowledgeable professionals in the field of Photographers in Abu Dhabi who have shot large corporate events around the globe. We take a thorough look at your requirements before deciding on the most suitable photographer to capture your event.
Professional Photographers in Abu Dhabi
Our professional photographers seamlessly blend into the event to take the most stunning photos possible of every aspect that make up your celebration. We are equipped with the best equipment for event photography that can satisfy all your photography requirements for events. The Film District Dubai is the most suitable option for photography of a conference venue wedding photography, birthday celebrations as well as corporate event photography as well as personal function photography.
After the photography shoot, we meticulously revise all high-resolution photographs using the latest software like Photoshop, Lightroom, and other programs to ensure that each photograph is stunning in terms of contrast, exposure and clarity. We’ll send you images that are printed in brochures, magazines and newspapers, and ready for publishing on your site and social media platforms.
An event that is well-photographed will assist you in publicizing your event more effectively and help ensure your company’s outstanding brand image to all those involved. We’ll exceed your expectations to offer you top-quality images of your most prestigious event.
Future of Photography
This week, I’d like discuss a topic that came up recently, and has to do with be related to Samsung’s Galaxy phones. It appears that Samsung have been using fake moon photographs. This shouldn’t come as a shock to many of us. I’m guessing the surprise stems more from the advertising for the Samsung Galaxy phones capable of making the high-quality images of the moon is based on pretending that it’s 100% authentic. What’s not happening has been that this camera app is now trained to detect the moon’s presence in the pictures and replace the poor version to the best one, all using AI.
What is the right thing to do or not is a huge debate however whatever your opinion it could be the next phase of photography. The reality of photography is computational. The rapid growth to mobile cameras is where foundations are being forged for this however I’m certain it will all transfer to mirrorless photography. Look at this image:
I captured this using my iPhone (and it will also be speaking on it during the iPhone Photography Conference) but this is why it’s computational. I captured this using Profoto camera app. Profoto camera app and the app activated a strobe that was located in the room’s background, which reflected the light that is in the room. The strobe, as well as the other included in the Profoto range are controlled by the app but to make that happen there’s a great deal of math involved.
The bluetooth will tell the flash to start firing and then communicating that information to the camera to inform it to save the image which is continuously refreshed with data through the sensors, and other variables are coming into play. In addition it is that we are unable to alter the aperture of an iPhone camera, which is changing other parts in the exposure triad in order to adjust our exposure. Okay, that may not seem like a big problem, but how about this scenario:
This is a long exposure image using the Even Longer app for iPhone. The photo was taken in about 90 seconds using the iPhone 13 Pro Max, without filter. Most of the time, we imagine that the shutter was left open since this is what a long exposure looks like. But here’s the problem: the iPhone does not support anything beyond a single-second exposure. The image, thus, is a total of ninety photos each of which is exposed for a single second that are stacked and blended using the app. It’s created by computer.
I’ll go over this in more depth in my lecture in the iPhone Photography Conference, and I’m sure a few of the teachers will also have some thoughts about this as well. We’ll see you there!