Nature Photography

24 JANUARY 2016

Robert van Bolderick

Robert van Bolderick Nature’s Touch Robert van Bolderick is of both Swedish and Dutch descent. Works as an international artist in his studio in Stockholm. When he works with the photo, it is nature, human and animal imprints that interests him. The tracks we leave behind us and the tracks that nature leaves. Details that […]

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2 NOVEMBER 2015

Maria Stenzel

Maria Stenzel The South Sandwich Islands I am a freelance multimedia journalist who has covered the environment, science, and indigenous cultures for National Geographic Magazine for twenty years. My photographs have received awards from World Press Photo, The National Magazine Award, The National Press Photographers Association, and Communication Arts. I was a Knight Science Journalism […]

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2 NOVEMBER 2015

Edward Steichen

Edward Steichen Edward Jean Steichen (March 27, 1879 – March 25, 1973) was a Luxembourgian American photographer, painter, and art gallery and museum curator. Edward Steichen (1879-1973) was an American photographer, painter, and museum curator who helped transform photography into an art form. At the turn of the century his photographs were hailed for their […]

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2 NOVEMBER 2015

IDO SIMAN-TOV

IDO SIMAN-TOV Nature in New York Born in Israel, 30 years old. Moved to New York five years ago. A photographer for five years, Using Nikon D5000 and Nikon 200 DX18. Learning photography Just from experience and the operation of the camera. Specializes in creative angle photography, landscapes and nature In New York, but focuses […]

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2 NOVEMBER 2015

MOSSI ARMON

MOSSI ARMON The Negev Desert After living and working in crowded urban areas all my life, I now find myself attracted to the emptiness and quietness of the Negev desert in Israel. The surprises found in the desert, supposedly empty and poor in vegetation, are always interesting. I like getting to places where one can […]

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2 NOVEMBER 2015

IRIS ZEMACH

IRIS ZEMACH “Iris, my first name, is the name of a flower, and it is also the colored part of the eyeball. Iris is actually like a camera’s aperture. As a photographer, I use both, eye and aperture, in a pretty typical way. It is possible to characterize my photography as “cutting out parts of […]

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2 NOVEMBER 2015

ETAY ZOHAR

ETAY ZOHAR “Of all types of photography, nature photography is by far my favorite. It is the source of my first connection with the camera during childhood and it is closest to my heart. In my work as a photographer, I let nature take center stage and believe that everything exists within it. I am […]

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2 NOVEMBER 2015

Wildlife&Nature Photography HINTS

Wildlife&Nature Photography SOME HINTS by Assaf Gavra: • Do not be afraid to go inside the water, its bring your photo to a higher level. • Always try to have your desired photo in mind prior to your photo session • When the low light environment is present try to work with positive exposure compliance (most […]

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2 NOVEMBER 2015

ASSAF GAVRA

ASSAF GAVRA WONDERLAND In the back of my neighborhood there is a road path which lead to big field that contains wide range of birds, which I documented in the past two years, the field specs attract great variety of visitors. The very fact that everything is right under your nose , in a place […]

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2 NOVEMBER 2015

Dan Ben-Arye

Dan Ben-Arye Living and creating in Ein-Hod Artist’s Village, Israel. “Clouds above Ein Hod” is my current body of work. Using photography to study composition in the clouds, I have renewed my childhood curiosity, animating and dramatizing shapes in the wind driven vapor. Through the years I have announced titles for bodies of work, each […]

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