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3 Beautiful Places to Photograph
Dubai’s skyscraper skyline and contemporary architecture are the city’s number one photography subject, but after you’ve marveled at this uber-modern facade, there is plenty more for keen photographers to explore.
The old Dubai district of Al Fahidi makes for a perfect contrast with all that high-rise glitz, while some of the most spectacular images of the Emirate of Dubai come not from within the city but out in the desert of the Dubai Conservation Reserve and in and around Hatta village in the emirate’s slice of Hajar Mountain scenery.
Keen photographers should note that due to strong sunlight, the best time for any photography in Dubai is at sunset.
Most visitors to Dubai want to capture a photo of Dubai’s iconic skyline. One of the favorite places to do just that is from the observation decks on the 124th and 148th floors of the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa.
For your best chance of a good shot, without haze, book your ticket for sunset hours, when the views tend to be the clearest and the light at its best. Alternatively, night shots of the cityscape are equally, if not more, dramatic.
Although the best skyline pictures featuring the 828-meter-high Burj Khalifa itself are all aerial shots, you can still get great photos of it from the ground, including from around the Burj Khalifa lake area.
2.Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve
For desert sand dune vistas with the chance of spotting mountain gazelles, sand gazelles, and even an Arabian Oryx, head out of the city on a day trip into the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve.
Most of the UAE’s wild desert landscapes are part of other emirates (The neighboring Emirates of Food photography in Abu Dhabi and food photography in Sharjah are both home to exceptionally beautiful dune-scapes) but this 225-square-reserve is Dubai’s own desert environment.
Here, you’ll find fields of undulating dunes in various shades of orange and pink rippling out to the horizon that make for dramatic desert photographs.
3.Al Fahidi Historic District
The Al Fahidi district (also sometimes referred to by its old name of the Bastakiya Quarter) is Dubai’s painstakingly restored heritage district, where you can get a glimpse of what Dubai looked like before the oil money rolled in.
The skinny lanes here, rimmed with cinnamon- and sand-hued buildings, all built in the traditional Gulf architectural style, are highly photogenic. Make sure to look up to check out the wind towers on the building roofs, which provide natural air-conditioning.
Many of the buildings here now house craft boutiques, small museums, and art galleries, and a couple have been converted into hotels, so there’s plenty to keep you occupied after you’ve taken photos.