Black&White Photography

17 AUGUST 2017

March of St. Nicola by Allan Kliger

March of St. Nicola by Allan Kliger “I’ve never actually met David Alan Harvey. We came to know each other several years back. I had become familiar with his work and the agency he works for, Magnum. He’d been an accomplished National Geographic photographer, leaving them to beat to his own drum. His style of […]

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6 AUGUST 2017

Zeiss Milvus 35mm f/2 by Guy Geva

Zeiss Milvus 35mm f/2 by Guy Geva Photography became a very significant part of me at the beginning of the 90s, when I was an Art freshman. Naturally, back then I had to use manual lenses. I did use autofocus lenses every now and again, but even then it was always my preference to focus […]

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5 AUGUST 2017

Being Authentic by Aviram Bar-Akiva

Being Authentic by Aviram Bar-Akiva   “My name is Aviram Bar-Akiva. I am a native born Israeli living and working in Tel-Aviv. The passion for photography was always within me, but it was only when I turned 42 that I grabbed a camera and went down to the streets of Tel-Aviv. Everything I learned about […]

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4 AUGUST 2017

A MEMORY – by Dafna Yosha

– A MEMORY – by Dafna Yosha Dafna Yosha,  45 years old, living in Israel. I learned the basics of photography 4 years ago in a short, basic course, and all the rules of photography in another, more advanced one, and since then I found myself playing with them and breaking each one of these […]

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3 AUGUST 2017

An Interview with Tomas Nossek

An Interview with Tomas Nossek By Anastasia Tsypkina     Tomas Nossek is the young photographer from Czech republic. A few months ago he went to Guatemala to take some photos and I managed to catch him on his exhibition and asked about his trip and photography on the whole. Hello! Congratulations for your first […]

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Allan Kliger on Lens Magazine
19 JULY 2017

EMOTIONAL MOMENTS by Allan Kliger

EMOTIONAL MOMENTS by Allan Kliger “Emotion – We all know what emotion is, don’t we? Or rather, we know what it looks like when we see it in someone else, and we know what it is when feeling it ourselves. There it is. That word. Feeling. It’s inextricably tied to emotion, to the emotive state. […]

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Amy Touchette, Interview on Lens Magazine Issue 33
22 JUNE 2017

An Interview with Amy Touchette

An Interview with Amy Touchette by Catalin CROITORU Hello, Amy Touchette! And thank you for accepting to share your thoughts with LENS MAGAZINE! My pleasure. Thank you for having me! You are a reputable photographer from New York City. Your “playground” is the streets of the metropolis. Please tell us how everything started. Well, it […]

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Nicola Davison-Reed on Lens Magazine 33
17 JUNE 2017

Exclusive Interview with Nicola Davison-Reed

Exclusive Interview with Nicola Davison-Reed By Anne Pinto-Rodrigues Nicola Davison-Reed is a UK-based photographer with a natural light studio in the Robin Hood county of Nottinghamshire. Nicola shoots portraiture, conceptual, street and weddings; predominantly in black & white. She photographs with two Canons and tends to use homemade backdrops and a bed sheet. Everything she […]

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25 MAY 2017

HOME By Mossi Armon

HOME By Mossi Armon Home is perhaps the most basic thing in our lives, yet it is an abstract concept with various feelings and sentiments involved: Feeling at home, longing for home, memories from home, a taste of home and so many more. For some people their home is their castle, for others a temporary […]

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24 MAY 2017

House of Fantasies by Omri Shomer

House of Fantasies by Omri Shomer “Come on, you have to come”, said Elad Poterman, chief producer and a member of RD&D games in Israel. “It’s unlike anything you knew”. Elad is responsible for the Live Action Role Playing (LARP) event, called “Castle Forged”, where people in a wide range of ages live in fantasy, […]

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