Moroccan Pavilion, by Shamma Esoof

This is a little glimpse into the intricate architectural style of Morocco; except that the Moroccan Pavilion is not in Morocco but in Putrajaya Malaysia. It is a small splendid pavilion which contains several rooms adorned with traditional Moroccan furniture. The walls are either covered with elaborate and colourful mosaics or with bas relief of floral motifs. The geometrical shapes of the mosaics form part of what architects now call Islamic Design.

Moroccan Pavilion, by Shamma Esoof

Nikon D90 | Exposure: 1/125sec @ f/1.4 | ISO 200
Moroccan Pavilion, by Shamma Esoof

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | January 15
Photo of the Day Award Category: Architectural Photography
Photograph Location: Putrajaya | Malaysia

Photographer: Shamma Esoof (Puchong, Malaysia)
Simply and elegance is how Shamma Esoof would describe her aesthetic when she takes portraits of either people or animals. She believes photography can be used for worthy causes, which is why she volunteer as much I can with animal rescuers. Her volunteer work consists of taking dignified portraits of rescued animals to give them the best chance they can get at adoption. She is very much concerned with animal welfare and cultivating self-confidence in young people. Shamma’s other work consists of makeovers and beauty shots as she is also a makeup artist. She is also collaborate with other photographers as a creative director. She elaborate, develop and execute concepts for photo shoots. Shamma coaches models and clients on posing.


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