A photograph of reflection of Shah Mosque in Esfahan Naqsh-e Jahan Square. The Shah Mosque, also known as the New Abbasi Mosque, Royal Mosque, or Imam Mosque after the Iranian Revolution, is a mosque in Isfahan, Iran, standing in south side of Naghsh-e Jahan Square. It was built during the Safavid dynasty, ordered by Abbas I of Persia.
Award Winner: Photo of the Day | June 15
Award Score: 68 (Value 12.5, Clarity 13, Composition 18, Style 12.5, Skill 12)
Award Category: Artistic Photography
Photograph Location: Naqsh-e Jahan Square, Isfahan, Iran
Photographer: Fatemeh Pishkhan Registered
If not wandering the streets, searching for unique shapes and forms, Fatemeh Pishkhan can be found in her studio, based in Isfahan, Iran. Having experienced a vast range of different genres of photography, Fatemeh is now mainly focused on researching and producing works of contemporary fine art photography leaning beside creative editing, and discovering its minimalistic and formalistic sides. She also works professionally as a portrait photographer, having recieved the certificate of studio lighting and portrait photography. She has also been a main member of the Isfahan Photo Club of the Isfahan Youth Cinema Society, in which she also has acted as a member of the head of management for one year. Finally, she has the major desire of being an all-time-traveler, going to remote and undiscovered places.
Current Location: Isfahan, Iran