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Inside the Mosque. The Photographs of Sami Alramyan

By EyeEm Team - 2 min read

Intrigued by this man’s B&W photographs, we wanted to get a closer look at his work and upcoming exhibition.

A media consultant by trade, Kuwait-based Sami Alramyan exchanges his brief case for a camera whenever he can. We were intrigued by this man’s B&W photographs so we had a closer look at his work and upcoming exhibition.

person

By Sami Alramyan

Born and living in Kuwait, 48 year old Sami works in the fields of media and TV production for over 20 years.Even though he’s constantly surrounded by visual media and started photographing when he was a kid, Sami seriously got started with street photography and documentary only about 4 years ago.

I guess that’s what life offers us every day. A unique and real scene through out each individual in the street or as they interact with each other. That’s how I see photography and that’s what makes me go out photographing every day.

The following photographs are part of The 24 Hour Project, where Sami recently documented the streets of Kuwait City within 24 hours, and his latest project that documentsthe life of Muslims inside Mosques in different countries.

built structure

By Sami Alramyan

indoors

By Sami Alramyan

real people

By Sami Alramyan

lifestyles

By Sami Alramyan

real people

By Sami Alramyan

window

By Sami Alramyan

human hand

By Sami Alramyan

Silhouette men standing on rock against clear sky

By Sami Alramyan

young adult

By Sami Alramyan

lifestyles

By Sami Alramyan

building exterior

By Sami Alramyan

human representation

By Sami Alramyan

real people

By Sami Alramyan

wall - building feature

By Sami Alramyan

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