Okay, now that was a weird meeting...Oh, hey! You're new around, eh? I'm Alexandros, but you can call me Alex. Just passing by? Okay. You don't look much like a Hunter. No, don't worry, I understand. No need to tell me where you're going. I know rogues tend to be a little secretive about their lives. I was like that, before I joined Air Empire... What? No, usually I don't mind talking about my own life, not anymore. Why?More Like This
… Oh, yes... The leg. Of course.
No, it's okay. I understand you're curious, mr. Lion. I don't mind telling you, but pay attention because I won't repeat. My day's training is over, and if you try to attack me my mentor and a few other cats, including a very large liger, are just behind those bushes. Yeah, you can see them now. No, don't worry. I'm in the mood for a talk. And... I think you don't wanna attack me...
Anyways, it happened a few months ago. When the floods begun, most cats didn't really worry – at least, not many cubs and apprentices. I personally only took the waters seriously w
Celebrating Deviousness - February 2015More Like This
In Recognition of Exemplary Membership and an Outstanding Spirit of helpfulness and mentoring within the DeviantArt community.
It is such a sheer and profound honor being part of the DeviantArt Community. The love and encouragement that I've received over the years from fellow members and staff alike is truly humbling.
I cannot thank you all enough for the wonderful support that you've shown this Dubai based Pakistani bloke, and I hope and pray that you'll continue to graciously support me on this artistic/photographic journey with DeviantArt, which for me began in mid 2008, but it really took off in 2011 - the year I was bitten by the shutterbug and I decided to take up photography. I have never looked back since.
Hi, I'm Khuram Lawrence, a Dubai based photographer, and I'm a proud member of the largest Art community in the world. DeviantArt Rocks!
:: on the busI guess it all started with this photograph I took in spring 2013.More Like This
I found it quite interesting to combine advertisement and especially its fragments with commuting Londoners.
Or short phrases that would somehow explain the mood or perhaps complement a particular stranger. I said to myself "challenge accepted"
I decided to shoot the whole series on black and white film or when shot on digital convert into BW. I know someone might say London buses are red and it would
look better in colour, but I believe that going colour way would be a bit vulgar and distracting. I still believe that black and white is more sexy and gives us an opportunity to see things behind and focus better on subject and importance of particular theme
Most of the time I use my fd 80-200mm/f4 on my AE-1 or 50mm on D7k. It helps me to get better composition