Photographies by Natalie Schor
The most extraordinary thing about photography as a media is the capturing of a single moment, a fraction of a second, in the absence of the ability to move in time without creating a whole new thing. The famous French Photographer, Henri Cartier-Bresson defined it perfectly:
E.D. You studied Art History at the University of Tel Aviv. Why did you choose Photography and when did you discover the magic of the photographic art?