This is a very important photograph for me. And not because of the subject nor the place...
Signal is a light art festival during which Prague's historical buildings are lit up and shown to people in a new way. I had a wonderful opportunity to stumble upon a wonderful video mapping projection yesterday and having a camera with me, I had to make a photograph.
Two years ago I was running around Italy with a Holga in my hand. It was a lovely experience during with I made a few photographs. But when it came to this one, I decided it wasn't a good photo and rejected it. Thankfully I didn't delete it, because as a couple years went by, I suddenly started to see it in a new way and began to like it.
She was quietly sitting on a bench, eating a sandwich, thinking.
It was the time when I thought there were no photographs to be made that day. Then while walking back I saw the boy hanging upside down in a scene perfect for being unconventional.
Over the weekend I had a wonderful opportunity to attend two amazing Street Photography workshops organized by Festival FOTOSFÉRA. The first was led by Antonín Kratochvíl, a founder of the VII photo agency, a photojournalist, and all around great photographer. And the second one by Felix Lupa, also a world-renowned photographer, specializing in reportage, documentary, and street photography, whose photographs are often published in Israel’s leading newspapers and appear in magazines and on television...Read More
Once I bought a film camera from a man on the street. I loaded it with a roll of Tri-X, I had in my bag, and went for a walk around the city center. I was a quiet and peaceful day, no one was in a hurry and people were enjoying their daily lives...Read More
Sometimes you plan a portrait in advance, you think of every little detail, and when you meet your subject, you work on it. You take more than just one frame. You change things. You try a few ideas. And then you end up with something good. Other times you just listen to your instinct and don't think. You turn to your left and click the shutter...Read More
Almost exactly four years ago I received an email from Canada in which Dina, very kind and creative woman, asked me if I would photograph her favorite Gummi Bears the way I just had done the ones from Germany. Of course I agreed and about a week later I found a package in the mail with a Canadian post stamp and the amazingly shaped and delicious Gummies in it...Read More