Behind of scenes – portrait of actors taken with 135mm lens
a big part of my images for “Behind the scenes” i take with wide-open 35mm and love the extra space of environment which add this focal point. i love it for the almost invisible distortion and non-stop need to move and to be close as possible to be and not to interfere with the actors. mostly i shoot between the “cut” and “action” commands – these moments are more memorable, nobody pays attention to me and my tiny camera (in comparison with the video gear) plus i have a great ability to use the staged light of the set. but sometimes i want to be even more invisible and to stay far from the life of the set. 135mm lens is the helper.
more “behind the scenes” – shtisel-2 and Land of the little people
in my nearest plans to continue my stories from the trip to Ethiopia. i have a rather big amount of unedited and unposted moments, portraits and even landscapes of this wonderful country. also more from Jerusalem walks – Mahane Yehuda market and night Jaffa street. and still not finished project with distorted night TelAviv scenes. and of course – full of life moments of this set !
enjoy the silent emotions