Qasim Mohammed Said Al Farsi professional Omani photographer specialized in landscape architecture , travel and special photography projects member of Photography society Oman
Award wining Photographer participated in many photography exhibition locally and international with a good experience of being as Jury member in international and Local photo contest and exhibition.
In 2017 the Centre Franco Omanais (CFO) inaugurated the Western Hajjar Mountain photography exhibition which showcased the works of the talented Qasim Mohammad Said Al Farsi, Omani national who spent many months travelling and hiking through the Hajjar Mountains to photograph its diverse and breath-taking landscapes located in the Sultanate of Oman.
Qasim Al Farsi is a Fédération Internationale de l’Art Photographique (FIAP) and Photography Society of Oman member. FIAP is an international organization that heads international member associations in the photography industry around the globe. He is a full-time freelance photographer who enjoys traveling and visiting new undiscovered areas and photographing their landscape using long exposure. Word about his work and talent has spread across the country and the world has spread like wildfire as he participates in various national and international competitions but also been invited to join jury or judge many international and local photography contests.
Qasim is a board member of PSO in a section responsible for social activities and photography requirements for the events. Grateful for the platform they have continued to provide for him, Qasim says, “PSO helped me intensively to not only build my portfolio but also create my own unique style of photography. They were the first people that helped me host my first solo exhibition, The Hidden Side of Oman’s Landscape and since have become a valuable and proud member of this wonderful organization.
Artist: Qasim Alfarsi
Title: Camel racing
Media: print on art paper
Size of print: 60 cm x 80 cm
Country: Oman, Muscat
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