I love landscape photography and I would really love to travel to Patagonia, Iceland, New Zealand and many other amazing locations around the world but with that in mind, it doesn’t mean I can’t enjoy my small country of Israel and make the most of it 🙂
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It’s been quite a while since my last post about my experiments with my 10 stop ND filter so i’m happy to share with you part 3. Cloudy days are perfect for using a 10 stop ND filter as you can “smear” the clouds and get a unique look and feel so when I woke up […]
Inspiration is everywhere. You just have to keep your eyes open and look for it and today I want to share a a “making of” that actually started 3 weeks ago when a good friend of mine posted an image on Facebook that got me intrigued.
Today I want to share with you a very valuable lesson that I learned that will surly prevent me from missing great shots in the future and I hope it will do the same for you. The best way for me to share this lesson with you is with my own personal story of how […]
In this making of (the 1st of many more to come) I want to share the making of “Winter is Here” image. It’s a photo of a storm over Tel Aviv, Israel as shot from the city of Jaffa that overlooks the entire coastline of Tel Aviv.
I’ve done some research prior to buying my new Sony a6300 to find out about all the lens options I have for the camera and I figured i’ll share what I found with anyone that might be interested. This list features all the E-Mount lenses that are currently available.
As we are nearing the end of 2015 I thought I should do a little roundup and take a look at all the images I’ve shot during this year and pick the 10 I think are the best. During 2015 I was lucky enough to travel to Lapland and to climb mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa […]
I’m a summer person but I must admit that winter brings some very exciting and interesting things to shoot so when I heard that a storm is heading our way I had this timelapse idea in mind.
Everything was pretty much set for my upcoming trip to climb mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa. All except for one little thing – how am I going to carry my camera around for those 7 days without having it damaged by the cold, rain and the trek itself.
Today I want to share with you the short list of travel & landscape photographers that inspire me. I love seeing their new photos and I get plenty of ideas from seeing their work and post processing techniques. Inspiration in photography is key in my opinion and these guys provide me with plenty 🙂