OSHER PARTOVI BLACK & LIGHT
Lens Magazine|September 2020
I'm 41 years old, from Israel, a photographer and teaches master class photography. I discovered my interest in photography 17 years ago while traveling to the far east with my old film pocket camera.

I'm 41 years old, from Israel, a photographer and teaches master class photography. I discovered my interest in photography 17 years ago while traveling to the far east with my old film pocket camera.

A couple of years later, after finishing my B.A, my love for photography has Re-ignited, and since then, the camera became an Inseparable part of my life. Photography Came to be my best way to express myself.

Through the images, I try to present the world as reflected in my own eyes, and I seek to capture the moments and present them most uniquely and creatively that I can.

I'm a self-thought photographer and drawn mainly to dance and conceptual photography inside the studio or at exciting locations.

This series Black & Light comprises black and white photographs of dancers, some caught in midmovement, some as still portraits.

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