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10 MOST INFLUENTIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS THE DISCOVERED WORK OF VIVIAN MAIER 26 MOST INFLUENTIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS HENRI CARTIER-BRESSON 40 SANJOY SENGUPTA | THE WINNER TAKES IT ALL 56 ALLAN KLIGER | WHAT BLACK & WHITE DOES 72 AMIR APPEL | STREET MUSIC

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Most Influential

PHOTOGRAPHERS The Discovered Work Of

Vivian Maier


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This Article Was Created In Dedication To The inspiring Photographer Vivian Maier, A Street Photographer From The 1950S - 1990S. Vivian's Work Was Discovered At An Auction Here In Chicago Where She Resided Most Of Her Life. Her Discovered Work Includes Over 100,000 Mostly Medium Format Negatives (90% Of Her Work), Thousands Of Prints, And Countless Undeveloped Rolls Of Film.


Vivian Maier Piecing together Vivian Maier’s life can easily evoke Churchill’s famous quote about the vast land of Tsars and commissars that lay to the east. A person who fit the stereotypical European sensibilities of an independent liberated woman, accent and all, yet born in New York City. Someone who was intensely guarded and private, Vivian could be counted on to feistily preach her own very liberal worldview to anyone who cared to listen, or didn’t. Decidedly unmaterialistic, Vivian would come to amass a group of storage lockers stuffed to the brim with found items, art books, newspaper clippings, home films, as well as political tchotchkes and knick-knacks. The story of this nanny who has now wowed the world with her photography, and who incidentally recorded some of the most interesting marvels and peculiarities of Urban America in the second half of the twentieth century is seemingly beyond belief.

cherished sites were all meticulously catalogued by Vivian Maier.

A free spirit but also a proud soul, Vivian became poor and was ultimately saved by three of the children she had nannied earlier in her life. Fondly remembering Maier as a second mother, they pooled together to pay for an apartment and took the best of care for her. Unbeknownst to them, one of Vivian’s storage lockers was auctioned off due to delinquent payments. In those storage An American of French and Austro-Hungarian lockers lay the massive hoard of negatives Maier extraction, Vivian bounced between Europe and secretly stashed throughout her lifetime. the United States before coming back to New York City in 1951. Having picked up photography Maier’s massive body of work would come to just two years earlier, she would comb the streets light when in 2007 her work was discovered at a of the Big Apple refining her artistic craft. By local thrift auction house on Chicago’s Northwest 1956 Vivian left the East Coast for Chicago, where Side. From there, it would eventually impact she’d spend most of the rest of her life working the world over and change the life of the man as a caregiver. In her leisure Vivian would shoot who championed her work and brought it to the photos that she zealously hid from the eyes of public eye, John Maloof. others. Taking snapshots into the late 1990′s, Maier would leave behind a body of work Currently, Vivian Maier’s body of work is being comprising over 100,000 negatives. Additionally archived and cataloged for the enjoyment of Vivian’s passion for documenting extended to others and for future generations. John Maloof is a series of homemade documentary films and at the core of this project after reconstructing most of the archive, having been previously dispersed audio recordings. to the various buyers attending that auction. Now, Interesting bits of Americana, the demolition with roughly 90% of her archive reconstructed, of historic landmarks for new development, the Vivian’s work is part of a renaissance in interest in unseen lives of various groups of people and the art of Street Photography. the destitute, as well as some of Chicago’s most


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Vivian Maier (February 1, 1926 – April 21, 2009) was an American street photographer born in New York City. Although born in the U.S., it was in France that Maier spent most of her youth. Maier returned to the U.S. in 1951 where she took up work as a nanny and care-giver for the rest of her life. In her leisure however, Maier had begun to venture into the art of photography. Consistently taking photos over the course of five decades, she would ultimately leave over 100,000 negatives, most of them shot in Chicago and New York City. Vivian would further indulge in her passionate devotion to documenting the world around her through homemade films, recordings and collections, assembling one of the most fascinating windows into American life in the second half of the twentieth century.


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“Well, I suppose nothing is meant to last forever. We have to make room for other people. It’s a wheel. You get on, you have to go to the end. And then somebody has the same opportunity to go to the end and so on.” – Vivian Maier


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Most Influential

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HENRI CARTIER-BRESSON


HENRI CARTIER-BRESSON Biography Henri Cartier-Bresson is considered to be a founding father of modern photojournalism. His passion and work took him to different parts of the world and he photographed several major international events in his time, such as the Spanish Civil War and the 1968 French uprisings. Early Life Henri Cartier-Bresson was born in Chanteloup, France, on August 22, 1908. He grew up in a family with four younger siblings. His father earned a high income as a textile manufacturer, but his parents raised the children up in a frugal lifestyle. Schooling Years Cartier-Bresson received his education in Paris. He showed an inclination for literature and arts from an early age, reflecting his artistic family background with an artist for a great-grandfather, a printer for an uncle, and a father who was into drawing. He was rebellious toward his parents during his teenage years and on becoming an adult, he took an interest in communism. Nonetheless, art continued to be the focus of his life, and in 1927 he studied painting for two years under André Lhote, a famous early Cubist. Afterwards, he attended Cambridge University where he undertook more courses in art and literature.

approach that he employed throughout his career. Part of this involved doing editing during the process of making the image. Career and Major Achievements Bresson 2He gained early success in his photography career with his work being displayed at major exhibitions across the world during the mid 1930s, including New York, Mexico, and Madrid. But in 1935, Carter-Bresson left photography for three years to serve as a film assistant under Jean Renoir, a French filmmaker.

In 1940, Cartier-Bresson joined the army during WWII, but after the Germans invaded France, he was held as a prisoner of war for three years. He escaped in 1943 and soon after, he formed a photography department for the resistance. After the war, he directed a U.S.-commissioned Photography Inspiration After getting inspired by the Parisian avant- documentary on the return of French prisoners. garde scene while serving in the army, CartierBresson went hunting in Africa in 1931 where he Not long after that, he journeyed to the east developed an interest in photography. He took and during his travels in India, he photographed his first photos with a basic Brownie that had Mahatma Gandhi just before he was assassinated in 1948. His documentation on Gandhi’s death been given to him as a gift. earned the status of being a prized photo essay He then bought a 35mm Leica camera when he by Life magazine. returned to France. Cartier-Bresson’s preference was for a simple photography style without More Extensive Work any augmented or artificial effects, a naturalist Cartier-Bresson was one of the founders of


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the international premier photo agency Magnum Photos, established in 1947. In 1952, he published The Decisive Moment, his first book which documented his work over two decades. He also traveled extensively and documented several key international events with his Leica during his career, including the Spanish Civil War, the Chinese revolution, George VI’s coronation, and communist Russia under Khruschev. He photographed many notable figures as his subjects, such as Che Guevara and Marilyn Monroe, and had several top magazine clients, like Life magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, and Vogue. Later Life and Death Cartier-Bresson quit Magnum Photos in 1966 and he went back to drawing and painting. With the help of his wife and daughter, he created the Henri CartierBresson Foundation in Paris in 2003 to preserve his life’s work. Thereafter CartierBresson was awarded many awards and honorary doctorates for his achievements. He died at his Provence home on August 3, 2004, at the age of 95.

“It is an illusion that photos are made with the camera… they are made with the eye, heart and head.” - Henri Cartier-Bresson


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“The creative act lasts but a brief moment, a lightning instant of give-and-take, just long enough for you to level the camera and to trap the fleeting prey in your little box.” – Henri Cartier-Bresson


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“This recognition, in real life, of a rhythm of surfaces, lines, and values is for me the essence of photography; composition should be a constant of preoccupation, being a simultaneous coalition – an organic coordination of visual elements.” - Henri Cartier-Bresson


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“Reality offers us such wealth that we must cut some of it out on the spot, simplify. The question is, do we always cut out what we should?” ­ - Henri Cartier-Bresson


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- The winner takes it all Omani Bull Fighting is a sport that is not like its Spanish equivalent; here two bulls clash head and horns until the stronger forces the weaker to lose ground, at this point the winner is declared. The fights themselves which are found along the Batinah coastline to the north of Muscat are not well advertised, but the events are certainly big with a few hundred people attending a purpose built arena. Selections of bulls are kept around the side of the ring and the announcer calls out two similar size bulls to fight. There is immense 44

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pride on winning and great fun of watching as the crowd waits for the bulls lock horns. The locals rarely sit in the stands, they usually gather inside the ring surrounding the bull fight. Most fights last less than five minutes, and ropes attached to the bull help to pull them apart, as things can turn ugly sometimes. With the old and the young present to watch the fights it seems to be a tradition that will defy time and be around for years to come.


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SANJOY SENGUPTA - The winner takes it all The bullfight story was shot at a place Barkha, which is 85 kms from Muscat, the capital of Oman. The gear used was Nikon D700 full frame camera with 70-200 f2.8 lens, which is quite fast and also throws out background distractions while wide open. Being an action sport, at times, dynamic focusing and sometimes single point pre focus has been used. A very shutter has been used to freeze most of the action. There’s a slight touch up done in LR5 in terms of clarity, and tonal adjustment.

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About

SANJOY SENGUPTA

A Chemical Engineer by profession and an avid traveler by nature, photography remains as the only tool to capture the beauties I witnessed everywhere. Started with a HOTSHOT point and shoot camera in school days, upgraded to a Nikon FM10 film camera as I started earning but sadly enough, used to get 32 out of 36 exposure wrong and overexposed. With time, entered into the digital world with a Canon Powershot A520 and SX20IS hybrid versions and captured moments of life which reminds me nice memories. And finally could not resist the alluring pricy NIKON D7000 and realized that actual learning starts just now. 48

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GEAR Camera Nikon D700 nikon D7100 Lens Nikon 14-24 f2.8 Nikon 24-70 F2.8 Nikon 70-200 f2.8 Nikon 24 f2.8 Nikon 35 f2 Nikon 50 f1.8 Nikon 105 f2.8 Nikon 200-500 f5.6


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ALLAN KLIGER What black & white does


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ALLAN KLIGER What black & white does

I love color. Our world is in color. I love the sensuality of the explosion and depth of color. But, there’s something special about black & white that moves me, that speaks to me. And that’s why I shoot in black & white. It’s not any one thing; it’s more how it all seems to fit together. Whenever I shoot, I always take two images, one in Raw and the other, the one on the back of my digital display, in black & white. It helps me to see in black & white, without the distraction of color. It especially allows me to focus on the light, the quality and nature of the light, its direction and how it plays to the image I wish to take, the image that I feel without even knowing what it actually be at the time. Most who know me would say that I’m a people person. That probably explains why I love to shoot people, portraits. Everywhere. More often than not in some far away place where I don’t speak the language. I don’t need to speak the language. We all connect at some level, we know what the fight or flight means. It’s primeval. And so is knowing when it’s ok. When it’s safe. We see it someone’s eyes, in their gesture. I hope people see it in my eyes as I approach them. I prefer shooting outside, natural, environmental. I explore, wonder, that’s part of the adventure. Looking for the light, for something elusive, something perhaps around the corner, an open doorway, some motion that catches my eye, beauty, frailty, something real.


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A moment, something that compels me to stop, to want to make time stop. Perhaps it’s something I can identify with, even if I don’t know it. A feeling. At first I’m tentative, approaching the subject like quarry, hunting them, wondering if they’ll spook or allow me to observe without objection. I don’t shoot with a long telephoto – I shoot up close and personal. I want that connection, need that connection. I’m the guy right up there in someone’s face. No boundary. Crossing the boundary. Testing the limits of comfort and permission. Respectful, tactful, but leaving no uncertainty. It’s personal and the

subject knows it. I dance around, like a boxer or a Judoka in the judo ring. I’m observing the light, the face, the comfort and nature of the subject’s demeanor and pose, waiting for the moment when it all comes together. Specular light, Rembrandt light, light & shadow, depth and dimension. I need the shadow, the blackness, the hint of light. And then, in between the shots, I find it. The connection. When the subject finally feels relaxed, to connect, to allow me to immortalize their soul in the light that I’ve found. That’s what black & white does.


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ALLAN KLIGER What black & white does

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AMIR APPEL usic m t e e Str


Street Music brings a series of time frozen pixels from streets travelled in Japan, Holland, Italy and Israel. Traveling by walking or cycling the streets, I usually hear music on my cell phone and each picture thus connected with a certain song. For me, these pixels are not just a glimpse of vision, but an audio-video memory.

The three pictures from Japan were taken on a rainy morning of 2014 winter, at the Maiji shrine in Tokyo. A father and a son arriving to the temple, probably for the ShichiGo-San ceremony. Boys at the age of five are wearing the kimono for the first time, as a traditional "rite of passage" ceremony. A wedding ceremony, according to the Shinto tradition was on course and while the couple and their bridesmaids were busy with their formal photographer, I had a chance to capture some snaps. These are connected with the an older song "La pioggia", "Let love rule" and "Tokyo girl". Copyrights To Amir Apple Š All Rights Reserved


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Amir Appel, born 1965 in Israel. An engineer during work days and an amateur photographer during the weekends and nights. I have started the photography hobby about 6 years ago and only drawn to the “Street Photography” genera in the last couple of years. I find this type of photography, enjoying, challenging and to some extent, mind-blowing. As part of traveling in the street, where ever I go, I carry my compact Fujifilm X100S camera, which I find as most suitable for the fast response needed for candid photos. To capture the full breath of the street, I am extending the fixed 35mm prime lens with a 28mm wide angle converter.

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The 3 “out of the darks” pictures are taken in Jerusalem King David’s tomb, Arce (Akko) street of tears and Hatikva market using the natural light. “50 mila lacrima" by Nina Zilli describes best the old streets of Acre.

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HaCarmel market in Fridays evenings, closing time, is always a good spot for action. I hear this picture with “space man”.

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"A matter of age" was taken in Amsterdam while waiting for the right person to match the excellent background. Copyrights To Amir Apple Š All Rights Reserved

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"Jack of speed" is showing a rushing businessman in Milano, after work.

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The 3 “trio” pictures are showing three strange friends in Tokyo, three strange looking friends in Italy and three brothers enjoying their gelato. The songs related are "Big in Japan" , "Manhattan Jazz Trio" and "Kids". They say there is a new fashion in Japan to save energy and materials.

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"So put your hands across the water... Monsoon". Pride Parades in Tel-Aviv summer time is the place for hot streets and cold showers from the balconies above.


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"Let the children play" at the Tel-Aviv port is always a joyful place with active kids and sleepy parents.


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GUY ALONI "THIRTY SEVEN MOMENTS"

One of the essential concepts of street photography is called "The Decisive Moment". The fraction of a second – the blink of an eye, where all of the essential ingredients of content, form, transient all merge into one frame. In my photography style, I chose to see people as the central theme in that moment, using 35mm Black and White frames, to bring the viewer close enough to touch the scene, close enough to feel like a real part of that moment where it all merges. My childhood in Haifa, ISRAEL in a rundown neighborhood, growing up in an area where people felt with scanty means and a mix of races and religions were definitely a major factor in this style of photography that I have chosen. It let me the ability to have an intimacy with the street and the amazing stories that it produces. This passion for street photography, especially for streets and people with no name, found a dignified place to express herself. On May 2015, I was requested by the gallery of "Ammunition Hill" in Jerusalem to exhibit my work. The 15 images in this B&W serious were taken over the last year in Berlin, Prague, Tel Aviv and the Old City of Jerusalem, and they are part of my journey in the amazing streets and alleys around the world. I call my journey - "THIRTY SEVEN MOMENTS".

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EXHIBITIONS:

ARTICLES:

"Thirty-seven Moments" Solo Exhibition - 2015 Gallery Ammunition Hill, Jerusalem.

'Through The Lens" El Al Magazine - Atmosphere 2015

"Photography As a connecting tool" Group Exhibition - 2016 Museum of Photography, Tel Hai, Israel. "Local Testimony" Group exhibition (3 frames) 12.2016 Israel Museum, Tel Aviv.

"Imperfection is the real beauty" Style Magazine - Yediot Aharonot 2016 Books: "Light Blue Cinema In editing -will be published in May 2017

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Human Moments by

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Human Moments by

ORNA NAOR

Orna is a Street Photographer, lecturer and member of Israeli Street Photographers collective – URBANICA. Her street photography is shown in brick and mortar galleries in Israel and abroad, as well as in various Street Photography groups over the net, in some she also an Admin. Orna has her unique and creative way of approaching the street photography. She focus on human moments, emotions and creating her own story. Her work was published in various Street books and magazines (WePhoto Street, World Street Photography 2015, MonoPix, We Street, Israeli & International Lens Magazine)

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ORNA NAOR SELECTED SHOWS: • • • • • • • • • • •

URBANICA, Tel-Aviv, 2014 (Collective) CONFLICT, Tel-Aviv, 2014 (Collective) CUBA, Tel-Aviv, 2015 (Collective) NIGHTMOVES, Tel-Aviv, 2015 (Collective) STREET, Tel-Aviv, 2015 (Collective) SWP, Hamburg, 2015 (Collective) STREET ART, 2016 (Collective) URBANITES, Tel-Aviv, 2016 (Collective) Budge of Shame, Tel Aviv, 2015 (Collective) MY CUBA, Chicago, 2016 (1st. Solo) Local Testimony, the Israeli photojournalism exhibition

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NOA SHEIZAF

"A NIGHT AT THE CIRCUS"

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"A NIGHT AT THE CIRCUS"

From – "Invitation to fly"- Shabazi Circus, Kibbutz Ein Shemer, Israel. 2012 and ongoing

A flying trapeze artist creates spectacular acrobatics; muscles tensed in effort hidden from the eye of the beholder, tension that is the essence of the perception of circus art and that which I try to capture with my camera. Shabazi Circus is the story of women who represent its pulsating core. The story of initiative; power and feminine creativity. The story of a wondrous place where everyone is welcome to fly. In 2012, through my place of work I was given the opportunity to meet with Ronnie Calev, co-founder and director of Shabazi Circus. This meeting opened a door for me to a wonderful and challenging world of photography which has become one of my favorite projects. Since then I have photographed the circus at various times. Sometimes these are end of year shows and training sessions of children who learn at the circus school, often they are rehearsals before performances of students in the academic program or performances of Israel's leading circus artists (and some from around the world). One of the strongest and most prominent features of the Shabazi circus is the feminine presence. Beyond the fact that it is run by two women, the circus team consists mainly of female teachers and of the students themselves women and girls are an absolute majority. Of course, there are boys and men, and the door is open to everyone, but there is no doubt that the uniqueness of the place is the power of women that is present and motivating. Most interesting to me as a photographer is to catch in a photo shot the dramatic tension in the life of a circus performer. The training, sweating, difficulty, immense physical effort, pain, uncompromising 132 http://lensmagazine.net


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quest for perfection, and taking the body and its abilities to the limit. Catching the moment when all these reach their peak during a performance, training session or rehearsal. I seek to document the astounding beauty but also, and perhaps especially, the tension between the enormous effort and the seeming ease which is in my eyes the distilled essence of the art of the circus. The circus is a challenging place to photograph. A round arena; a subject that is constantly in motion at varying heights and problematic lighting. When photographing during the day, the canvas of the circus tent lends a flat yellow light, with no play of light and shadow, as opposed to shooting at night during a performance with stage lighting and in almost complete darkness. The lighting in the circus is a major reason for my choice many times to photograph the circus in black and white, which gives me a clearer contrast and enables the creation of photographic drama. However, this is not always the case and when appropriate and suitable or for a particular series I do shoot in color. The Shabazi circus acts in Kibbutz Ein Shemer in Israel as a regional hub for artists and contemporary physical circus arts. The circus school at this location has 230 students from age 5 and up, after-school activities and an academic training program for teachers and circus artists. . These works are just a taste from a much bigger story of a wondrous place where everyone is invited to fly. Heartfelt thanks to dear friends Ronnie Calev and Ronnie Shalev, the circus managers and to all the children and circus performers photographed and continuing to be photographed by my camera.

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NOA SHEIZAF Photography artist and documentary photographer, born in 1969, lives and work in Katzir, in Wadi Ara (Israel) Photography studies at Wizo Canada College in Haifa (1997), MA Maritime Archeology (2003) BA Archeology and Creative Art (1995) University of Haifa, playwriting studies (2013) at stage center and Beit Lessin theatre workshops Tel Aviv. Cultural researcher. Photographer – archeologist, text artist. Shooting ongoing projects that examine the fuzzy boundary between documentary photography and artistic photography. Projects that research concepts such as time and beauty, exploring the role of the photographer as a woman and a mother in Israel in all of its cultural, social and political complexities. Creating photographic series built as a story, as text, as an archeological excavation in which the photographs are the written word, presenting a layer or section comprising the whole story. My work is conceptual narrative photography, personal and intimate that runs from the house and the family to the social, political and cultural. Direct photography in existing local light, in black and white or color, depending on the project footage and the highlights required. I work with a 35mm digital camera that allows easy movement and spontaneous photography.

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Avi Hirschfield NATURE ON THE MOVE

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This series is part of a larger project I am working on “B & W Movement in Nature� Using a low ISO and a high f.stop with a combination of camera on a tripod I use the movement either of the animal /bird or of the camera. Black & White help me with the minimalist look.

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Black & White photography is where I started back in 1969 with a small darkroom built in the parking garage at our home. B&W has always been for me a powerful tool in photography, it allows me to show the viewer exactly what I want him to see and not to be distracted by colorful backgrounds. Remembering that the warm colors (red-orange -yellow) tend to be very dark if not black makes you think even more before taking the shot, that your subject is not lost in the busy background. When You are photographing in B&W you are looking through the eyepiece and seeing color. With this in mind, I love shooting People, abstract and movement in nature. I also love using a high ISO to give me the effect of grain like in the films we used to use,

maybe I am one of a small group of photographers who likes the NOISE in the photograph, as you can see in the photographs taken inside the Church the ISO is very high 12800 and others at 3200. Nature is something that is not static, it is always on the move and this is how I like to show it, from the birds flying to the trees blowing and the water flowing MOVEMENT. I photograph in RAW and JPG fine in B&W giving me also color. I also use the B&W filters in my camera for the different subjects I photograph, This enables me to do less work on the computer in editing. Today with Digital cameras we have such a wide spectrum of options that we are able to do almost any photograph with the camera that we can think of.

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Avi Hirschfield NATURE ON THE MOVE

Photographing since 1969 - Professional since 1988 2008-2010 Graphic Arts (Witzo college) 2015- 2016 - Phototherapy (Open University) 1990 -2016 Freelance photographer My Photographs Have appeared in over 100 exhibitions worldwide 2004-Single Exhibition Art Centre Maalot “Looking at the Galil” 2005 -Single Exhibition “Looking at the Galil” Marseilles and Nice in France 2015 –Single exhibition (70 photographs) at the Photographic museum “Colored Fields” 2008 - Till today I teach Photography and Mentor. My passion is photography and I enjoy assisting and teaching others what I have learned during the years. I am always ready to learn something new so that I can implement it in my photography and then teaches it to others. http://lensmagazine.net

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Avi Hirschfield EXTREMES & NORMALITY

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Avi Hirschfield Hirschfield Avi IN MOVEMET

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Deganit Niki Artman SERIES I: Ravid Abarbanel in “Crumbling Underneath” “Crumbling Underneath”, Choreography & Performance by Ravid Abarbanel - “Every person that we have imprinted upon will carry a fragment of us, even after they are long gone”. The way Ravid imprints her movements, her dance, I imprint the images with my camera. A memory to last for generations. “Crumbling -Falling Apart is a quest for life after the loss of physical structure and the discovery of alternative paths of existence. Nature propagates continuity through time and time erodes all. Does a person whose body has dissolved no longer exist? We continue to be if only a bit differently. Every person that we have imprinted upon will carry a fragment of us, even after they are long gone. Underneath - is a battle between two presences, human and abstract, which exist within one person. In the beginning, it appears that the connection between these two beings are meant to strengthen, direct and meet the needs of the human presence. Eventually, the balance is offset”.

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eganit Niki Artman was born and raised in Israel. At the age of 21, Niki moved to California to attend the Dance Department at CSULB (California State University, Long Beach). Although, dancing was her main occupation, the camera never left her hand and during her study at CSULB she was asked by the Department Chair, Dr. Joan Schlaich, to take photos for her upcoming book, “The Art of Teaching Dance Technique”. After graduation, she worked in a production house in Hollywood as a TV writer and producer and learned that she loved to be behind the camera and less on the stage. Years later, Niki moved back to Israel to pursue her MBA and found herself as a product manager in the emerging Israeli HiTech industry. You can take a person out of the art world, but you cannot take the art passion out of a person’s heart. Niki shifted to areas where she could deliver her best creative work. She became involved in various areas such as: dance concert productions, educational TV show productions, creative writing and multimedia production in the USA and Israel. At the same time, Niki always found time to be involved in the community and to foster excellence and social projects in various settings. A few years ago, Niki returned to live in the USA with her family, this time in the beautiful and green State of Maryland. The spectacular scenery, and the strong seasons colors that characterize the East coast, opened her photography hunger again and awakened her childhood love of photography; soon enough, a new digital camera (Nikon) was in her hand again. Today, Niki is a fine art photographer focusing mainly on movement photography. The seeds that were planted for years during her dance training drew her back to that special

world and were imprinted in a unique way through her photography. Focusing on the dance world has been a natural closure for her ‒ a marvelous and familiar world full of challenges that left a strong mark on her life, as she believes, shaping her character to the person she is now. In her dance photography, Niki creates a dialog with the dance through her camera. She conveys the strong emotions and the power of this unique art. Her familiarity with the technique and the tremendous creation of dance allows the viewer to take part in the experience of dance through an expert eye. It is important for Niki to do justice to the dance world and to pass on the ongoing effort that a dancer needs to invest day-afterday, for many hours, to achieve the excellence and preciseness in this amazing art, which the audience then enjoys so much.

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Although, dance has a special warm place in her heart, Niki always enjoys exploring new areas and creating her own voice through her images. Her images inspire the viewers' creativity, freedom, novelty and flow, and flow is the key to the “movement” that she loves so much. All that has a profound implication and effect on her way she holds the camera and captures the right moment and the right frame. In this way, you may find a refreshing and unique point of view in her photography. Niki’s creations have featured in several publications and exhibitions, such as: “The Art of Teaching Dance Technique” by Joan Schlaich, Pages VI & XIV. In February 2015, she participated in a group exhibition at the Modiin Gallery Culture Hall, featuring four of her photographs from the concert "Mozart 10" by Kamea Dance Co. Her photos were also published in the concert album of “Steps Performing Arts School” and in the outstanding “year catalog” of

“Steps Performing Arts School” as well as various daily magazines in Israel. Niki is one of the founders of the “Art at Home Group”. The group holds special “Art Show Sales” in a unique setting with lectures and various guest artists. The group vision is to strengthen the art community and to increase access to the art world. Undoubtedly, Niki’s love, talent and distinctive eye bring a refreshing point of view to the audience. Niki has a BA in Dance and Production from CSULB, USA and an Executive MBA from Derby University, UK. She has attended various photography schools, including the Galitz Photography School and Studio Gavra, and has studied with photography masters, such as Udi Goren and Ella Uzan. Niki loves the process of learning and believes we are always on a continuous path of learning and expanding our horizons; and only from there we grow. http://lensmagazine.net

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Deganit Niki Artman SERIES II: Roni Chadash in “Goofy”

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SERIES II: Roni Chadash in “Goofy” "Goofy" Choreography & Performance by Roni Chadash - "To the woman he said. and your desire shall be to your husband, and he shall rule over you." Genesis 3:16 “A pointless attempt of understanding when I lost my innocence and how my amorphous body transformed into the known and common creature called a woman.” Roni brings to the stage the knowledge of understanding the loss of innocence of childhood, and the change we all go through. Not an easy task. I crawled on the floor with my camera, while she was dancing, I was imitating her movements, feelings, strength and capturing, frame by frame, her battle of feelings and emotions. Not an easy task as well.

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IGOR ZEIGER A vision in black and white

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IGOR ZEIGER

A vision in black and white By Ivar van Emden n this new volume of works, Igor Zeiger offers insight into some of his favorite themes - portraiture and documentary photography. But as usual with him, with a twist. Instead of his traditional play with light and color he decided to present those images in black and white. While the stark black and white have their own austere beauty, these images also challenge our notions of what defines a work of art. Even though there are not many visual similarities between the two sets of photos, there is a big likeness in the reason behind both and what Igor wanted to show with them. The main reason for both being in black and white is to show the reality of living in a certain place and time and then the life that this then creates for people without distracting the viewer by vividity of color. Both tried to capture and show the lives of their subjects through the people in their portraits. It’s a coming back to the days when color photography was considered kitch. All portraits evoke intimate feeling, giving a sense of subjects emotions and strength. Igor

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cites the explicit use of black and white as a tool for witnessing. At the studio, he positions sitters the way we are able to deeply explore their characters. In this manner, Zeiger challenges us to look back while we look ahead, and to rethink our understanding of human portraiture. From such a perspective, it’s an experiment with the thesis that black and white photography of actual settings creates distance and unsettles meaning. It is not just about the image itself, but about the nonimage - all that presences that hover in a sort of penumbra around the image. We cannot see these presences with our eyes without stripping an image of its color. We can see them theoretically, but contrary to that, color photography overwhelms with specificity and leaves almost no room for distance and thereby for emotions. It’s quite obvious that Igor’s photography allows to see something that is obscured by the brilliance, richness, and specificity of a color photograph of the same subject. Igor’s works are exhibited both nationally and internationally in galleries and art fairs. His second solo exhibition is taking place in the municipal library in Jerusalem. Additional information can be found at www.igorzeiger.com 194 http://lensmagazine.net


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DANCING IN THE SAND

Dancing in Rishon Le Zion sand, Israel, with the dancer Hagar Maman, Orgenizer : Osher Partovi.

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EhudDancing Melamed

I was born in Israel in 1956, married with 3 children. My professional knowledge as a photographer was acquired in the school of geographical photography in Tel Aviv, Galitz photography school, workshops with "Massa-Aher", Contact, studio Harel and others For the last 30 years my photography is of landscape and nature, animals, people and portrait, modeling and fashion, theatre and dancing. I use today - Nikon DSLR camera D7200

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DANCE FLIGHT

Magic powder with the dancer Zehvit Versano , Orgenizer: Studio Harel

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ORNA L.BROCK Visual Artist & Photographer

THE “ EMEK IZRAEEL VALLEY “ .1998-2000

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ORNA L.BROCK Visual Artist & Photographer

THE “ EMEK IZRAEEL VALLEY “ .1998-2000

uring the years 19952000 I was mostly interested, in my artistic work, in the landscape of the northern countryside of Israel , the area of “Emek Izraeel”, where I use to live for many years. I have tried to focus on the process of development & changes that occurred there. The landscape, which is comprised of memories & echoes from the past. The ancient past together with the touch of modernity & the new era. All those are hidden from the rapid glace of the viewer, & the spectator need to search for it in a more delicate & an attentive way in order 222 http://lensmagazine.net

to reveal those layers. I am interested in building up this unique encounter with the landscape & the experience it creates in the viewer mind & soul. The Photographs were made with a reflex Canon Camera with a black & white negative, at the “Shimeron Maabara”, today “ The Shimeron Forest”. This series contains 25 Photos & it is actually a continuation of my previous photographic work “Yated” 1995, concerning that same area & theme. (This was exhibited in a group show “Shabbat Bakibbutz” Exhibition, at “Museum Beit Uri & Rami Nechushtan”. Kibbutz Ashdot Yaakov Meuchad. 1998.) ORNA L.BROCK. 2016


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YEHOSHUA RAVEH

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YEHOSHUA RAVEH Yehoshua Raveh, Photographer. An Israeli amateur photographer. Engaged with photography since the age of 17, when I got as a present my first camera which was an old used "Kodak Retina" After that, I used the Russian "Zorke" camera, "Pentax" and some more, until the age of the small digital. When I became retired, 4 years ago, I bought my DSLR Nikon 5300 (4 different lenses) and since then I keep photographing as my everyday occupation. I like mostly to photograph people, indoor and outdoor activities, markets, landscapes, Architectures etc. I use to travel a lot in Europe, U.S., South America, and lately in Myanmar (Burma). You can enjoy my photos on my Facebook page, and Instagram, by my name, as well as in the pages of 500PX, EyeEm, and Gurushots. The black & white photos are my favorite as it reminds me my young age when I took this kind of photography with film.

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