Israel photography tours and workshops are back. View the current calendar.
All tours take place outdoors and are conducted within the guidelines of the Israeli Ministry of Health.
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All Israel photography tours and workshops are fully-customizable to your skill level and area of interest. Workshops may also include instruction on cellphone cameras and basic DSLR and mirrorless camera operation. All half and full-day workshops include an in-depth critique session either on site or via email following the workshop.
Also seasonal and holiday tours in Jerusalem, including 7th and 8th night Chanukah walks in Nachla’ot or the Old City and Sukkot and Lag B’Omer in Mea She’arim, the Jerusalem Light Festival and more. 750 nis (Up to 4 participants. Additional participants, 150nis each.)
I also offer open-enrollment, two-hour, Jerusalem photo walks throughout the year.
This tour covers up to three Jerusalem destinations on the same day. Mix and match genre and locations per your personal interest.
Visit Nachal Prat, Nachal Og, The Darja Plateau and various sites along the shoreline of the Dead Sea for an awe-inspiring and soul-nourishing journey to Israel’s Judean Desert.
At its peak season, from February through April, the Ela Valley features Israel’s richest concentration of wildflowers as well as commercial and wild almond trees and colorful anemone farms. This tour is a nature-lover’s paradise.
The winter rains feed a wildflower frenzy as red “kalaniot” or anemones carpet the forest floor across the western Negev region. This tour features a generous helping of wildflower and landscape photography with a side visit to the beautiful but inaptly named Ruchama Badlands.
Machane Yehuda and the Carmel Markets combined, but without the tourists or pretension. Learn to corral the chaos and color in a busy outdoor market with a diverse, ethnic population. The Ramle shuk is a friendly atmosphere to hone your skill of photographing people in an unfamiliar environment.
We’ll explore street photography and the urban landscape as we capture images of the rich mosaic of Israel’s population. Special emphasis on techniques for photographing people in an unfamiliar setting as well as travel and documentary photography.
Learn the essentials of creating fine portraits in a natural setting. Learn to see and utilize the beauty of natural light and how to pose and communicate with subjects. Workshop also includes instruction in simple fill and off-camera flash techniques to produce professional results.
A half-day devoted to learning the fundamentals of photography and advanced operation of your camera. This workshop is designed to get you off automatic mode and taking control of your picture making. We’ll cover basic settings, metering and focusing modes, the exposure triangle, how to control depth and motion, exposure compensation, histograms and much more.
Darja Plateau and Ein Gedi: Hidden waterfalls and desert wildlife.
The Big Crater: Arenite Rocks, Colored Sands and Ein Yorqeam.
Sde Boker, Ein Avdat and Mitzpe Ramon Crater.
Metulla Agricultural Region and the Ayun Stream waterfalls.
Mt. Hermon, the Banias Stream, Sa’ar Waterfall and Nimrod’s Fortress.
The Hula Valley: Abundant wildlife and water.
Tzfat – Old City and Artist’s Quarter and the graves of Talmudic rabbis.