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.
I went a few times this autumn to photograph sunsets from above a cliff in Tel Baruch, a northern beach of Tel Aviv. Here are a few photographs, showing differences in light and techniques used.
On March 24th, 1997, in Ann Arbor Michigan, I created this three exposures photograph of a moon eclipse on a color slide. This post tells the story. It begins with a miracle in a freezing cold night, continues by explaining crucial technical decisions that made it happen, and ends with the final decision to show it in black and white.
I describe here the make of a photograph, with deeper thoughts in mind. If a photograph is just a representation of reality, then what would it be if we change it in some major way, say, by erasing all colors? Is it still a photograph? If this is an artistic decision, what is art?