Michael Temchine  is a freelance Photographer. His work was recently featured in the Washington Post Newspaper. He created unique images by using his iPhone . The above photo  was created during a recent trip to Israel.
In the Post article,Mr. Temchine  describes switching from carrying a large camera to the iPhone .  He says.””Cameras make people nervous, suspicious and tense, and working with a large-view camera is slow and the opposite of inconspicuous,” he says. “It was a study in rejection and patience.”
With the iPhone, Mr. Temchine was able to take candid photos of people and places. He found that the iphone was unnoticed by the public.
I love the composition of the above photo and the palette of greens and blues. Want to learn more about his work? Click on this link Michael Temchine.

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