If you’ve been working with photography for any long period of time, odds are that you have seen Gilad Benari’s work. Gilad is a photographer from Israel, and he is one of the most recognized photographers on the internet, and also has one of the most viewed portfolios on deviantART of all time.

Gilad’s strength lies in his uncanny ability to compose, frame and capture photographs, even without planning and requiring simply on spontaneity. One of his most known works, “The Fear of God”, was taken during the middle of the night on the streets of Jerusalem, when an old man walked under a streetlight.

Of course, Gilad is also a master of lighting and exposure, and his sunset photographs are highly prized for their beauty. Gilad also has some tricks up his sleeve, including infrared, which is a photography technique not seen much.  Gilad has been known to work both with digital and traditional film.

Self described as a conceptual artist, Gilad’s photography serves as an incredible inspiration and testament to talent and effort, for both photography professionals and admirers alike.

Woodoo Master

Woodoo Master

Hot Day, Cold Night

Hot Day, Cold Night

Walking the White Forest

Walking the White Forest

I’ll Take Down the Sun For You

I'll Take Down the Sun For You

Elements by Gilad

Elements by Gilad

IR Race

IR Race

The Unknown Future by Gilad

The Unknown Future by Gilad

Reflections of How it Used to Be

Reflections of How it Used to Be

Full Stop

Full Stop

It’s a Brand New Day

It's a Brand New Day

Resting

Resting

On the Other Side

On the Other Side

Optimistic

Optimistic

Coming Out of the Tunnel

Coming Out of the Tunnel

Winter Dreams

Winter Dreams

Walk of Life

Walk of Life

Lazy Me

Lazy Me

Calm Spirits

Calm Spirits

The Saint Tree

The Saint Tree

The Fear of God

The Fear of God

His Own Life

His Own Life

The World Outside These Walls

The World Outside These Walls

The City Turns Orange

The City Turns Orange

I Can Still Remember

I Can Still Remember

The City Beneath the City

The City Beneath the City

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