Jordanian Conceptual Photographer and Digital Artist Amer Dababneh

A little bit of the surreal, by Amer D

A little bit of the surreal, by Amer Dababneh

 

Amer Dababneh lives in Amman, Jordan where he works as a conceptual photographer and digital artist specializing in creating composite imagery– such as the examples of his surreal work above and his highly original self-portraits below.

Self-portrait, Amer D

Self-portrait, Amer Dababneh

 

Self Portrait, Amer Dabaneh

Self Portrait, Amer Dababneh

 

Me Myself & !, Amer D

Me Myself & I, Amer Dababneh

 

You will find dozens of Amer’s images in his portfolio on the 500 Pixels site here and you can keep up with Amer’s amazing work on his facebook page here.

 

Orange Juice, Anyone? by Amer Dab

Orange Juice, Anyone? by Amer Dababneh

 

The Light of Freedom, Amer D

The Light of Freedom, Amer Dababneh

 

The digital camera and Photoshop mastery of the versatile Amer, cross over into portraiture, animals and birds, landscapes and seascapes, and urban explorations. The image titled Serenity Fisher (below) is one in a series of photographs the artist made in the coastal Jordanian city of Aqaba, located at the north-eastern tip of the Red Sea between the continents of Asia and Africa.

 

Serenity Fisher, Amer D Aqaba is the only coastal city in Jordan at the northeastern tip of the Red Sea between the continents of Asia and Africa.

Serenity Fisher, by Amer Dababneh

 

Amer Dababneh would like you to feel free to contact him about his artworks and professional services as Creative Director, photographer and digital art expert, via both Facebook here and on 500px here.

Amer uses the Canon 5D Mark II digital camera and the Canon 7D with Canon 24-70 mm zoom lens, the Canon 70-300 mm zoom lens, and the Canon 85mm prime lens.

 

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