Photographer Adam Sherez found a Mavic Air 2 while shooting in Jerusalem. The drone was in one piece and looked quite new. With a price tag of $799, Adam was sure that someone is having a terrible day now, missing a drone. Here is the problem, the drone had no contact details to contact the owner. Adam posted a photo of the drone in the relevant groups, but nothing came up.
Many big cities around the world get a movie highlighting the city with stunning shots and eye capturing hyperlapse sequences. Now, Jerusalem got one of those movies, Voices of Jerusalem, made by team Kaveret.
This by no means was a small project. It is not easy to convey the many faces of the city with its many cultures, religions and conflicts. This is why it’s not surprising to hear the effort that went into making this movie.
Every shoot is made from awesome scenery, awesome subjects and a solid concept to tie them together. Photographer Benjamin Von Wong, Broncolor’s newest GenNEXT ambassador, teamed up with a few of Israel’s top sports extremists to produce an unconventional shoot against the walls of Jerusalem.
Having a low budget set meant gong for creative solutions when the location could not satisfy the vision that Ben wanted. Among these solutions were hanging on the rope from the old city walls and piggy backing Tomer Jakobson who was forced to meat a new interpretation to the phrase “supporting a shoot” [Read More…]