The Day When the Youth Spoke



22 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. kila ma6goog
    May 08, 2006 @ 02:13:00

    صورك ممتازة


  2. ضميرالوطن
    May 08, 2006 @ 04:27:00

    Thanks again for your zealous spirit and appreciated efforts for our legitimate cause and I am so proud of you all. Could ya please inroduce people in the pics if you know them, who knows they might run for the next election, and they deserve our support.
    God bless ya all


  3. UzF
    May 08, 2006 @ 07:05:00

    Great photography ayya thanks a bunch; keep it up and looking forward for further coverage in the coming few days.. enjoy the hype 😉


  4. ولاّدة
    May 08, 2006 @ 13:08:00

    لم أتمكن من حضور التجمع ولكن صورك نقلت لي الجو

    شكراً من القلب


  5. KuwaitVoice
    May 08, 2006 @ 14:13:00

    جدا رائعه الصور ، يعطيج ألف عافيه


  6. The Stallion
    May 08, 2006 @ 14:17:00

    Another post that made me wish I was at the event last night! :o(

    From your pics, it seems like there were alot of people who attended this seminar!

    Great job!


  7. Purgatory
    May 08, 2006 @ 14:43:00

    Still see same problem with pictures, try with photoshop (or maybe you are trying and changing) or ask the other guy who keeps taking pictures for tips, his pictures are crystal clear


  8. Jewaira
    May 08, 2006 @ 15:55:00

    Thank you for sharing your photos AYyA


  9. AyyA
    May 08, 2006 @ 15:56:00

    kila ma6goog
    wi sowarik amtaz 😉

    Sorry dear; other than the MP’s I could not keep up with the other names, they were mostly the heads on student unions. But you are right; I should have done that. And thanks a lot for your kind words, what we are doing is our duty

    Inshallah this fiasco would finish soon and the ministers would approve the five electoral districts; otherwise, I’ll be all around, displaying history,I’m not a quitter 🙂

    I’m glad to hear that, anytime sweetheart :*

    Well, to be honest with you, it is not easy for me to move around and take pictures. Most of the pictures taken were from my seat. I’m glad that they turned out ok considering the distance of the shots. Thanks dear

    The Stallion
    I was thinking of you when I took these shots 🙂
    And yes, the attendance was huge, but I’m expecting that the gathering in Basil Al Rashid Diwaniah tomorrow is going to be even greater; it all depends on the outcome of today’s Council of Minister’s meeting, but I will be there and I will bring you more pics

    So when are you going to come over and fix them for me ;p


  10. AyyA
    May 08, 2006 @ 15:57:00

    Lady J
    Anytime sweetie 🙂


  11. iDip
    May 08, 2006 @ 16:28:00

    Thanks for keeping us updated with your “photgraphic” coverage 🙂

    As for enhancing the way your pictures look:
    1- Try not to push the contrast too high.
    2- If you need to use flash, don’t stand close to the photographed subject, it will “wash” the picture.
    and for flash use ISO 200 or 400.
    3- When you don’t use flash, try to be as still as possible to prevent blurry results.
    you can use higher ISO numbers like 800, but try to avoid ISO1600 -unless needed- because it will turn your picture “noisy” (i.e. “grainy”).

    I hope you’ll find those tips of help.

    regards 😉


  12. NuNu™
    May 08, 2006 @ 18:11:00

    3ashat GUST!!! ;P


  13. shosho
    May 08, 2006 @ 19:10:00

    Great pictures Ayya, I didn’t have the chance to thank you for posting all pictures of the Friday gathering, so thanks dearest!

    Five kisses for you :*****


  14. Papillona ®
    May 08, 2006 @ 19:38:00

    I love you tadreen?


  15. Purgatory
    May 08, 2006 @ 21:11:00

    Once your are done with what you are doing and have time.


  16. bunaz
    May 08, 2006 @ 23:09:00

    real nice pictures, considering all factors.
    Keep up the good work.
    you have shots that made me jealous 😦


  17. AyyA
    May 09, 2006 @ 00:59:00

    The problem I was facing in both AlSaqer’s and GUST was with long shots. Some areas were too bright, and others were too dark for the camera to capture together. And although the contrast in my camera is automatic, some parts of the picture came too soft and other parts came too sharp. I had to crop them to parts and change lighting and shade, soft and sharp effects accordingly, using PSP, and except for two pictures you see in the post, all others were taken in long shots, or distant shot. And the blurry problem occurred with moving objects in front of the camera; like the picture I posted of the handicap in Diwan AlSaqer. Although I took three shots of that, all of them came blurry. Any idea how can I solve these problems? Thanks for the tip dear.

    3ashat katkoot :*

    Where are you girl? Shaqalteeni 3alaich! But as they say; no news is good news, I hope for you all the best sweetie, I just missed you :*

    Aha, and guess what? Me too 🙂

    Inshallah soon we will see the five, then we’ll celebrate 🙂

    Afa 3alaik, my shots are your shots 3ala wazin; me casa es tu casa 🙂


  18. Purgatory
    May 09, 2006 @ 09:16:00

    5, 15, 200, makes no difference to me as long as your celebration includes food


  19. Hanan
    May 09, 2006 @ 11:07:00

    I couldn’t attend myself so that you for the pictures Ayya.


  20. mosan mosan
    May 09, 2006 @ 11:08:00

    I dont know some of the speakers coudl tell me who are they ?


  21. AyyA
    May 09, 2006 @ 14:04:00

    Sure sweetie, and I hope you can make it today at Diwan elrashid :*

    Mosano baby
    I wish I knew sweetie, most of them are Student Union heads, actually very enthusiastic and patriotic group. I only know Ali khaja; the one with the eye glasses, he’s the one who writes for Al6alee3a, but I don’t know what his position is. And I would really appreciate it if some of the commentators know and help here.


  22. Talisman
    May 09, 2006 @ 23:57:00

    That yellow thing in pic#10, is it human?


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