Behind of scenes – portrait of actors taken with 135mm lens

 

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
 
 
Behind of scenes - portrait of actors taken with 135mm lens
 
 
 
 
Behind of scenes - portrait of actors taken with 135mm lens
 
 
 
 
Behind of scenes - portrait of actors taken with 135mm lens
 
 
 
 
Behind of scenes - portrait of actors taken with 135mm lens
 
 
 
 
Behind of scenes - portrait of actors taken with 135mm lens
 
 
 
 
Behind of scenes - portrait of actors taken with 135mm lens
 
 
 
 
Behind of scenes - portrait of actors taken with 135mm lens
 
 
 
 
Behind of scenes - portrait of actors taken with 135mm lens
 
 
 
 
Behind of scenes - portrait of actors taken with 135mm lens
 
 
 
 
Behind of scenes - portrait of actors taken with 135mm lens
 
 
 
 
Behind of scenes - portrait of actors taken with 135mm lens
 
 
 
 
Behind of scenes - portrait of actors taken with 135mm lens
 
 
 
 
Behind of scenes - portrait of actors taken with 135mm lens
 
 
 
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29 Replies to “Behind of scenes – portrait of actors taken with 135mm lens”

      1. Now when the photographer opens his mouth (he really does not do it, but write the lyrics) and we can finally understand where it came from .. even if we have learned that a picture is worth 1000 words, then comes this set proves that one should focus on the vision of man behind the camera.
        After all, even God created the world in letters.
        So although the fascinating story of the photographer, he does through the device itself, it can afford to give us the literal interpretation that will help shed light on the pictures to come later …
        We will wait for them in anticipation and excitement…

  1. Now when the photographer opens his mouth (he really does not do it, but write the lyrics) and we can finally understand where it came from .. even if we have learned that a picture is worth 1000 words, then comes this set proves that one should focus on the vision of man behind the camera.
    After all, even God created the world in letters.
    So although the fascinating story of the photographer, he does through the device itself, it can afford to give us the literal interpretation that will help shed light on the pictures to come later …
    We will wait for them in anticipation and excitement…

    1. Hey Captain !! Saying is not a best part of me and I’m only trying to explain a little bit what is going around me and how i intercept with the going there. Later i will continue with the more emotional and less silent series 😉

    1. Hey Paula ! Thank you for the kind words ! Light is everything for me and when i have no these natural contrasts with available or staged light (the light of this series of images was staged for the filming process) i just dont shoot ;-))

  2. Dear Victor, great 135 mm photos.
    You make me think of using my 135mm more often than I used it. You created stunning moments of intimacy. You’re a master of portraits.

    1. Hey Juergen! Thank you very much 😉 135 is great lens for some specific types of photography. I love it for a low light city life moments and portraits like in this posts. Let it some chance; -)

    1. Hey Sam thank you very much !! Portraits is my special love in photography. And this lens is great helper when i want to be a little bit far from my subject and not interfere the process of filming and not to be inside the scene

      1. The 135mm is a fantastic portrait lens and you’ve showed its great strengths very well Victor, even in street shots as I remember in another post! Cheers! 🙂

  3. silent and very intense moments… great portraits, Victor… the 135 mm gives you distance to add to the candid feel… splendid work, all of it!!

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