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Israel Photography by Yoav Cohen

Ancient Land, New Perspectives

Point of View was born out of a passion for photography and storytelling, and a true love for Israel. What started out as a hobby of taking photos quickly turned into a photo-journalistic journey to rediscover what I thought I knew about my home.

I decided to go beyond the classic and the known, and bring to life Israel's secrets - those hiding in plain sight - and those still yet to be published to the world. From everyday Israel to its back alleys and forgotten corners - I invite you to join me in discovering the stories, people and places that make this land one of humanity's most complex and exciting places to explore. 

To date images from the Point of View project have been selected for exhibitions across Israel including National Geographic, DJI and leading Israel photography communities. The project has also beed featured in Israeli news outlets including Times of Israel, the Jerusalem Post, Kan11 and Channel 14.

About the Project

Behind the Lens

About Me

Hi, I'm Yoav Cohen, a landscape photographer based in Tel Aviv, Israel. With over 15 years of experience and a deep passion for storytelling, I bring my work to life through unique techniques that blend urban, landscape, and aerial photography.

 

Israel is one of the world's most complex and exciting places to explore, and I'm always eager to capture its beauty and diversity through my lens, and share the stories of this incredible place with the world.

I believe that photography has the power to spark engagement and discussion, and I'm always excited to share my experiences and insights with others. As part of the project, I offer lectures and dedicated exhibitions on various themes that explore the nexus between topical events, history, culture, and ecology of Israel.

If you'd like to learn more about my work or schedule a lecture or exhibition, please don't hesitate to contact me directly.

 

I look forward to hearing from you!