To get good photographs you have to be able to get to the right place at the right time of day – only a guide who is also a photographer can do that. I will take you exploring off the beaten path to places that you’ve never been to even if you’ve visited Israel many times, places that are great to photograph. The Red Canyon, north of Eilat, is one such place and below is one of my photographs.
Unfortunately, human intervention has created a grave geological phenomenon down at the Dead Sea called sinkholes – they do provide for some very interesting photographs.
For more examples of my photographs mouseover the PHOTOGRAPHY tab in the menu and click on one of the menu items. I’ve assembled 28 more photographs on my Photos of the Week page (actually 99% of the photographs on my website are mine).
I guided a couple, both photographers down at the Dead Sea.
“We got some amazing sunrise photos at the Dead Sea, we hiked through canyons and got lots of cool shots there, then Shmuel found some unique salt formations back at the Dead Sea. We captured some great photos of sinkholes. To sum it up this was the highlight of our 17 day trip to Israel. Shmuel delivered beyond our greatest expectations.”
Mary & Vern Schlabach
As a licensed guide I lead tours throughout the country so I know the landscape and nature that make up Israel. As a photographer I know where and when to go to find those great shots. My experience and expertise enable me to offer unique and personalized tours of Israel for hardcore afficionados who want to see Israel through the lens of a camera. Contact me for your own photography tour.