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Pictures taken at a wonderful dance performance by the students of the Ra'anana Ballet Academy - July 2012.

This is the softcover edition.

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About the Author

Danny Portnoy
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Artist's Statement
Photography can be many things. To some it is a form of expression, to others a means of documentation. I use photography as a means to communicate to others my interpretation of the world around me.

A picture should provoke a feeling. With each photograph I make, my final goal is to create an image that conveys what I sensed and felt and what made me want to press the shutter release to capture that fleeting moment in time or place.

Shooting the picture is often only the start of the creative process. Although I generally do not add or remove anything significant from my pictures, I use many digital imaging techniques to enrich and enhance the final image to mirror my personal impressions and feelings towards the subject.

Seeing and being aware of your surroundings serves as the foundation of my photography. All you have to do is look and I’m always looking.

Bio
Born 1943 in Finland. Moved to Israel in 1962. Lives in Switzerland and Israel since 1987.

Publish Date  July 18, 2012

Dimensions  Standard Landscape  40 pgs   Premium Paper, lustre finish

Category  Arts & Photography

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