To take a picture of a Prime Minister People always want to know how it came about that after only 18 months of being in Israel, I was appointed as Official Photographer to former Prime Minister and then leader of the opposition Benjamin Netanyahu for the 2009 Israeli Election Campaign. Well, like the way these things usually happen, it was being
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To take a picture of the Royal Family One of the differences in photographing the British Royal family, is that while world leaders change every few years, and can come on to the world stage just as quickly as they can come off it, the members of the Royal Family remain constant. People have very mixed feelings when it comes to if
To Take a Picture of a US President Even after all these years, I have to admit to a surge of excitement when I heard that President Barack Obama would be making a state visit to Israel. Although I knew it would be incredibly difficult to get strong images of him, due to the intense security operation that a US president’s visit
To take a picture of a World Leader Number 10 Downing Street. I used to think waiting to photograph world leaders was 95% boredom and 5% complete terror. That is because you usually have to wait around for hours in advance of their arrival, then the sirens start, the security get edgy, the other media get even more nervous of missing that
An Election Campaign
United States President's Arrival
United States Presidents Jerusalem Speech
50 Faces of Israel
To take a picture of a World Leader The great thing you can always count on, no matter how experienced or well prepared you are, is that the camera can fail at the most critical moment, it does not differentiate between world leaders and a picture of ducks on the local lake. I was standing inside of Number 10 Downing Street having
To take a picture of a Total Lunar Eclipse On the 15th June 2011 sitting in my apartment in Downtown Jerusalem watching the news, I was politely informed by the newscaster that there would be a total lunar eclipse within the next few hours that would be seen over most of Asia, The Middle East and Africa. Talk about being well