What a great morning photographing this lovely family and their very enthusiastic and happy toddler. Everything is exciting at this age. The feeling of sand on you feet, the first time you see the sea and having all that open space to run around. What a smile!
One of the great things about being a photographer is that not only do you get to capture beautiful moments but you get to experience so many different situations in the process. I’ve walked through the doors of numerous fascinating companies, met talented artists and musicians, got to witness lovely connections between families and have been involved in social projects which are doing wonderful work.
I just visited the lovely village of Grimaud in the Cote d'azur. I love these windows and shutters because even though there are no people in the actual photograph you feel the buildings are lived in. Some shutters are open, some curtains have been drawn and some windows are closed. .
In the days when film photography was the only option, you would choose a roll of colour or black and white film and that would be that. You would know beforehand in which medium a photograph was going to come out which would in turn influence how you take it. I remember spending hours in the darkroom perfecting each photograph one by one. With digital
One of the things I love the most about photographing babies is seeing the world through their eyes. For babies everything is new and interesting. Different textures, sounds and looking at their own reflection pique their curiosity.
Considering spiders are not the most popular creature it's amazing what that are capable of creating. I love to photograph spiderwebs. Something about the slightly disorganised order and the way the light reflects off them. They really are quite magical.
There is something very dramatic about capturing waves on camera, especially during sunset. It seems I was not the only one trying to photograph and catch the wonderful moment when the waves hit the rocks and splash in the air!
After this particular portrait session I started thinking about whether I prefer the subject looking at or away from the camera. I concluded that there is something nice about both. When the subject stares at the camera it feels as if he is somehow engaging and communicating with the audience in a direct way whereas when he is looking away there is a feeling that
On a sunny day in spring, I would not ideally choose to do a portrait session at noon. However often there is no choice and we can't always pick the perfect hour when relying on natural light. So with a bit of extra thought we can avoid harsh shadows and unflattering light by staying away from direct sunlight and opting for shaded areas where the
When taking photographs and in this case outdoor photographs, sometimes the moment catches you by surprise while at other times you wait for the perceived image. I was at the beach on a photoshoot for a documentary movie taking portraits, when I suddenly caught sight of this beautiful flock of birds. I wish they had stayed a bit longer or I had spotted them
On Monday Elana Shap, Style Coach and I headed off to the Noga area to see who we could find to interview and photograph for our monthly Jpost fashion article. We look for people who have an interesting style or look like they have put some thought into what they are wearing. It is not important where their clothes came from or how expensive they
Together with Style coach Elana Shap (www.stylecoaching.co.il) I spent the morning photographing this lovely couple who were visiting from Germany. Rather than buying each other a christmas gift, Jan and Vanessa decided to have a photo session done (a yearly tradition of theirs).
Style Coach, Elana Shap ( www.stylecoaching.co.il ) and I wandered the streets of Tel Aviv and this is who we found! Photographs Natalie Muallem Text: Elana Shap SIGAL Who could miss her Carmen Miranda look with an ethnic twist. Love the flower in her headdress and the rings on her toes . Where are you going? Actually I work here at Gefen boutique so I'm not
2020 is a year that is going to live long in the memory. For generations to come, we who have lived through the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic will look back and shake our heads in amazement at the extraordinary upheaval it caused to the lives of people all over the world. Those too young to remember or realise the significance of the advent of