QAIS ALAMDAR'S PHOTOGRAPHY
EXPLORE A NEW PERSPECTIVE IN MY PICTURES
Qais Alamdar is a professional photographer based in Berlin, Germany.
Qais is one of the first young amateur photographer in the mid-2010s who reflected the genuine beauty of Afghanistan by taking photos from historical and cultural sites and capturing the mesmerising landscapes of Afghanistan. His photos also covered the ongoing conflict and crisis in the country. He is currently based in Berlin, Germany where he continues his photography journey.
Contact him at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Shakir Azizi, Journalist
What I love about the photos is the composition. They're not just random shots but beautifully balanced and pleasant to look at.
Nasrin Nawa, Journalist
I love the angle and message of your photography. You are doing it amazingly!
Lejla Zjakic, Artist
I think that you truly bring out a specific energy of the places and scenes you choose to photograph. You allow the subject to embrace itself. I feel like I can see the vibrance and positivity in all of your photographs. It revokes a particular feeling of satisfaction-somehow connected to the enjoyment of symmetry, color alignment, and just your sense for capturing a scene from a chosen perspective. Kind of refreshing.
Maria Hosein-Habibi, Artist
I like your focus on the details and the interplay between light and color.
They are (your pictures) of the best from Afghanistan, specially.
Zahra A, Fashion Designer
The moments you capture draw such a beautiful and mysterious feeling that one wishes to witness it themselves.
Lina Fouro, Singer
Very Talented Photographer.
Asef Hossaini, Writer
Ariana Delawari, Filmmaker
You make beautiful and inspiring images of love, joy and hope.
Yalda Masomi, MD
The majority of them (your pictures) are architectural photographs, they are so unique and symbolic.
Detailed. You should look at all corners of the frame.
Jamshid Hashimi, Founder & CEO
Creative, unique and outstanding. Always.
Suman Schaffa, Axel Springer Berlin
Your photography is like a mirror to me. A mirror reflecting the beauty of Afghanistan.
Matea Divkovic, Project Manager
I love your photos. To me they represent simultaneously an act of activism and expression of aesthetics.