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Photographer as a Storyteller

A strong picture is said to be worth a thousand words. A great documentary project exploring a social, cultural, political, or personal issue has the power of telling a story in a unique, convincing, and visually compelling way. 114 more words

How They Did It.

See New Yorkers Dwarfed by Huge Advertisements

Natan Dvir headed for Times Square when he arrived in New York in 2008. But unlike the tourists he found there, the photographer hadn’t made the trek to pose in front of giant LCD screens. 254 more words

‘Decisive moments’ in front of billboards

When Israeli photographer Natan Dvir first visited New York City in 1997, the skyscrapers and the larger-than-life advertisements overwhelmed him. Everything was branded.

In particular, he had never seen billboards at ground level. 300 more words


Photos That Define Me

I see color, form, texture, movement, angles, mood…drawn into the romance of the moment. Friday I begin my new photography adventure, The Documentary Project: The Photographer as Storyteller – taught by… 56 more words


NYC streets

A sweet creative challenge and the best Xmas present! This winter I took a NYC street photography class at the ICP – International Center for Photography… 216 more words


'18 year-old Arabs living in Israel'

Photographer Natan Dvir’s images of “18 year-old Arabs living in Israel” were inspired by his realization that he knew little, and understood less about Israel’s Arab society. 426 more words


City Guide Tel Aviv: the centennial edition

Just as Tel Aviv prepares to celebrate its 100th birthday – and not looking too bad at all, dah-ling – the second edition of City Guide Tel Aviv is available. 160 more words