My series of double exposure photographs won an Honorable Mention Award in the International Photography Award (IPA) 2018. I used this in camera technique to explore the collision of opposite worlds. Why not doing it in post-processing (Photoshop)? The first reason is a practical one, I wanted to play by the rules. The second reason is an induced arrogance.
I gave a short workshop at Tel Aviv beach, entitled: High Noon Photography. The little time I had during the workshop and on my walk back was enough for me to make a few shots. Here are five of them. It then struck me then that all share a common thread: Loneliness, Vulnerability and Persistence.
Rami Baruch and Eli Gornstein are two prominent Israeli Actors. I photographed them during a staged rehearsal, and then created a blend of 5 photographs that seems to have captured something that was not obvious in a single image.
There is no such a thing as “there is nothing to photograph here”. One only needs to see and imagine, everywhere and anytime. Here’s an example of photographs I took on a supposedly boring hour trip on a train, looking out.
Two days ago I took a few photographs at a fish pond next to Petach Tikva Museum of Art. There were a number of Tilapia fish swimming at the pond. Neither a slow shutter speed nor the series of quick interrupted shots used here are similar to the way we see movement. Yet, we can look at certain still images and make a pretty good guess of what reality was in those 2 to 4 seconds, while filling the gaps in our mind.