The 13 images that are part of the Oliver Award portfolio. All photographs were created with Hasselblad cameras, using Zeiss 38 Biogon, 60 Distagon and 150 Sonnar lenses and Afga Ultra color negative film. The image I selected for the cover is the fourth one from the left on the second row. This portfolio was created for a single purpose: as a submission to the American Rock Art Research Association (ARARA) Oliver Award. The Oliver award is an international award given to a single photographer for excellence in Rock Art Photography. While it is supposed to be given once a year, in recent year the award has not been awarded for lack of finding work that meets the requirements set by ARARA. The portfolio I submitted, and which was unanimously awarded the Oliver Award in 1998, focused on a single rock art site: Little Petroglyph Canyon in the Coso Range mountains near Ridgecrest, California. Three visits to the Coso Range were necessary to complete this portfolio.
My Name is Shoaib Ahmed. 29 Years Old. Complete my Master in Informaiton Technology from University of Punjab, Pakistan. Now days doing a job in Banking sector.