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Nat Geo Arabic Magazine participates in 100th photographic tour ‘FotoUAE’

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The National Geographic Arabic Magazine has shared an update regarding their recent participation in the 100th photographic tour of the campaign “FotoUAE”. The event was organized as the media sponsor of this exceptional tour held near the “Rashed Port” in the United Arab Emirates.

As per the updates from the National Geographic Magazine for Arabic, the competition in which the magazine participated was based on the theme of “Classic Cars’.

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The photographers who represented the Geographic Magazine put in every effort to showcase their skills and talent to make an impact in the contest.

During the photography competition, around three hundred (300) skilled photographers took part and showcased their talent through stunning pictures that they clicked and presented on their behalf in the competition.

Furthermore, the first ever pioneering Emirati photography initiative, “Alla Ibrahim Al-Louz”, was launched in November 2016. Since then, the initiative has taken a boost and has been promoting and spreading awareness about skilled photography.

As per the officials from the organization, the photography competition is based on the motive of promoting photography and providing a needed platform for talented photographers.

Passionate photographers are encouraged to join and participate in the event.

The officials from the National Geographic Magazine Arabic have conveyed that their creations contribute to capturing wonderful scenes and stories in UAE and abroad; their tours also extended to the Sultanate of Oman, Bahrain, Egypt and the Kingdom United.

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On his part, Aloz, one of the magazine’s featured photographers, says, “My initiative seeks to highlight the details of our everyday lives and enrich the possibilities around us, providing the space for the photographer to unleash.”

Aloz added that through the past years, I had encountered many challenges that didn’t deter my resolve.

She even made me focus on this photo collage for the camera and the cameraman.” FotoUAE has succeeded in identifying photographers and benefiting from their experiences and experiences.

In the end, Aloz thanked us for organizing many photographic gatherings – including workshops, meetings and cultural trips – that highlight rich aspects of our Arab countries through photography.

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