About Me

“Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others.”

— Jonathan Swift


Adi Harari, Photographer
(b. 1975, Rehovot, Israel) Lives and works in Amstelveen Netherlands

My early life was influenced by my mother, who ran abridel fashion house. I was constantly exposed to the latest in fabrics, fashion design, aesthetics, hair&make-up. As I was growing up, I saw work in progress and learned to work with my hands.

I began my formal studies as a teenager.
After graduating from the Camera Obscura School of Art in Tel Aviv, Israel, I relocated to New York, where I spent the next 5 years,  
and studying Continued education at the SVA School of Visual Arts. 
Those years had a significant impact on my development
After five years I returned to Israel, I opened Studio 19.
  I got married and had three children.
I continued to work for 11 years in commercial jobs. At the same time
 .I photographed personal projects.
 .end I studied collodion photography on  8x10 camera for my soul
After four years I relocated to the Netherlands with my family
This is where I live and work today



My work focuses on capturing a moment in time, whether it's portraiture, imagery, or just the perfect light. 

Always experimenting with new techniques, I'm equally comfortable with analog and digital technologies, and use both according to the needs of the project.

As for my technical skills, Iam proficient with a wide array of professional cameras, lighting, ger and lenses. 
As for my technical skills, Iam proficient with a wide array of professional cameras, lighting, ger like digital canon 5ds camera,  analog format 6x6 hasselblad 500cm manual film, end 8x10 camera,  I shoot in daylight and also in the studio.

Work with Me

Have an upcoming project? I'd love to collaborate with you! 

Please feel free to send me a message and ask me any questions without obligation!
I look forward to hearing from you and about your projects.

Get in touch with me using my contact form to discuss rates, scheduling and more.

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