A shot in time

‘Jerusalem Post’ sports photographer, who is displaying in a joint exhibition at the Vision Gallery, prefers the old-fashioned approach.

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October 30, 2014 14:45
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Asaf Kliger

Asaf Kliger: ‘I am always surprised by what I see in the print.’. (photo credit: JOSEFIN LINDBERG)

 
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Today, people ceaselessly and eagerly snap photos with their cell phones and, less frequently, with bona fide digital cameras. But there aren’t many out there who still take pictures with film-based cameras, schlep the film to the camera shop and wait a day or so to get their prints back, not knowing how they will come out.

Asaf Kliger eschews all that instant, user-friendly digital camera paraphernalia. As his work in the exhibition “Contemplating the Horizon” – which is running at the Vision gallery behind Nahalat Shiva as part of this year’s Manofim arts week – amply demonstrates, he is no rush to achieve the results he desires.

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