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Alex Levac Photography
This is Alex Levac
Alex Levac was born in Tel Aviv in 1944. After graduating in philosophy , he began working as a freelance photographer in Brazil from 1971 to 1974. In 1974 -79, he worked in London and later in Los Angeles In 1981. The awards Alex Levac got: -In 1993 Levac received the Rita Poretzky award from photography from the Tel Aviv museum of arts. - in 2001 the Isreali foreign ministry chose Levac to represent Israel price for photography
Photograph #1: • I don’t like this photo because there is lack of color and there is no rule of thirds. the floating balloon is in the middle of the photo, and the planes in the background don’t really fit this picture. • If I took this picture I would of done things a little differently like add more color, made sure the air plane moved before I took the picture so nothing is In the background. I would also have took the balloon a little more to the side so it fits the rule of thirds.
Photograph #2: • I don’t really like this picture because the bride looks really awkward while sitting on the car. Also another thing to point out is the background there are cars and the lights of the cars distract from the bride. and there is not rule of thirds. there is also no focusing on this picture • If I took this picture I would of waited tell the cars drove all the way past the street so when I took this picture there would be nothing in the background.
photograph #3 In my opinion for this picture I don’t really like it because there is way to much going on and its awkward with that random person in the middle just standing there with full on clothes in the water. Also there is no rule of thirds to this picture. Another thing is that there is not color to this picture its just boring. • There is grouping in this picture. Also this picture isn't focusing. And if there is focusing I don’t know what its focusing on. If I took this picture I would of at least made it follow the rule of third.
Photograph#4 • This picture is a cut picture and this picture follows the rule of thirds if you crop it. And the background is good I would keep that. But if I took this picture I would of crop this side to make this picture a little smaller so its just focusing on the people in the wheelchair. There isn't any focus on this picture. there is also a horizon line.
photograph#5 • In my opinion for this picture there is selective focus and no rule of thirds. There is also a horizon line, leading lines. • If I took this picture I would of zoomed in close to the people. And crop out the rest of the picture.