Architectural photography in Boise Idaho and beyond / by Gabe Border

2016 has been a whirlwind. I have traveled the globe more since February, than I have in my 32 years on globage earth. I will be chronically some of the happenings to catch up. Fist up...Dubai!

Shot with the Canon 5DSR and a 17mm TSE. Such a good example of when to use this wide of a lens.

Shot with the Canon 5DSR and a 17mm TSE. Such a good example of when to use this wide of a lens.

Goggle man guarding the spirits at a restaurant in Duabi. 

Goggle man guarding the spirits at a restaurant in Duabi. 

I decided to make my first international flight one of the longest flights possible. Having never spent more than 4 hours on a plane, prepping for a 14.5 hour flight was interesting. Luckily I flew Emirates air, their on board entertainment was great, and I was fortunate to have an entire row to myself. Being able to lay down was almost more comfortable than first class.

The Burj Khalifa- Tallest Building in the world.

The Burj Khalifa- Tallest Building in the world.

We had two locations to shoot in Duabi. A restaurant inside a hotel. and a private villa. There was also a group involved, part of a workshop with Mike Kelley. It was great to meet other architectural photographers from around the world. 

Beautiful Arabic architecture. 

Beautiful Arabic architecture. 

I ate Indian food every day...

I ate Indian food every day...