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King Hussein Mosque at night

King Hussein Mosque

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  1. Nice shot, but did you photo-shop the moon in that shot?

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  2. Gwaider,
    No and for many reasons NO
    1-) I don't have photoshop
    2-) I cannot install photoshop
    3-) I don't know how to use photoshop
    4-) I have better taste than you :ppPppPpP~``````

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  3. yap yap, this is a really beautiful photo, well done.

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  4. ??? ?? ????? ?? ?? ???? ??? ???? ???? ??????? ???? ?????? ????? ????? ?????? ? ????? ???????? ???? ???????
    :)
    ????? ???? ????? ???????

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  5. I love this place. msh tabi3i you feel that u r in haroun rashid palace or smthing ali baba sendebad :D

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  6. Jad ya zalameh ... twwel balak!
    Bas bas2al! wal 3alaik!

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  7. I always love to take drives when it's dark in daboug or any close place to the mosque. I just love to see it's beauty and how it looks. I tried to take shots but my mobile's camera didn't help much. Great picture you got:)

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  8. Beautiful photo Jad. Try taking it again from the same place only after the sun begins to rise after Al Fajr. It should still be dark but you can see the light coming from below the horizon.

    You may need to use a tripod and take a long exposure. But the result would be wonderful especially if they don't turn out the lights.

    PS: What is ????? ????? ?????? ? ????? ????????

    Qwaider, I believe Jad refers to it as GIMPing the moon in and not Photoshopping.

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  9. Bakkouz,
    Thank you, your taste in things is getting better indeed :-)

    Wedad,
    akh zakartini be ayam haron el rasheed, allah yer7amu ba2a, el 7ai ab2a men el mayt

    Qwaider,
    I have strong sense of humour, sorry :-) I know some people may not understand me and I'm sorry.

    Lubna,
    :-) Thank you

    Sari,
    No, it is not gimped walahi it is the moon eli allah khalago!
    This photo isn't edited at all, just little noise reduction.


    The cigarette and mobile technique are very useful when you don't have your tripod, just to tune the position :D

    I wish I can do it but I don't have a car and being in that street taking shots at that time is very suspicious especially if you are carrying camera can zoom the world!

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