Sitting at a bar in Argentina, bymyself, I was drinking mint honey ginger tea, of all things. I was in a corner looking at all the things on the wall. An older man about 3 chairs away kept glancing at me. I could feel his stare even though I wasnt looking at him. It was strange for a young girl to be alone at a bar I guess. I wondered if some people got the wrong idea. As if I were sitting, waiting for my next client. ewww. While I was trying to avoid the glares my eyes cought a large size…
Alejandro Chaskielberg's pictures by moonlight
Alejandro Chaskielberg talks about his photographs from a recent trip to North Kenya with the aid agency Oxfam.
Alejandro Chaskielberg: The High Tide (6 Photos) | PDN Photo of the Day
The High Tide, depicts life in the remote community of the Paraná River Delta region in Argentina, where the river tides determine the activities and movements of its inhabitants.
Alejandro Chaskielberg's powerful nocturnal pictures of Kenyan villages
The name of amost any country conjures up an immediate mental image usually rooted in stereotype, stale or otherwise. Mention any African country and whatever comes to mind is almost certainly set against a sun-scorched backdrop, and it’s this automatic associations that photographer Alejandro Chaskielberg enjoys unpicking.
Unbelievable photographs taken only in moonlight by Alejandro Chaskielberg
For an image maker whose craft relies on capturing light to take all of his photographs by moonlight might seem a little impertinent, but Alejandro Chaskielberg doesn’t seem to care about following any preconceived ideas. The Buenos Aires-born photographer has fully replaced lighting equipment with the natural environment by taking images by the light of the full moon. His technique comes as a breath of fresh air to those familiar with photographic projects which aim to muster sympathy for…
Beautiful Portraits of Tsunami Survivors Help a Community Rebuild
Once the water’s receded, the rebuilding’s begun and the news crews have departed, how do you photograph a massive natural disaster? Alejandro Chaskielberg grappled with these questions for his series Otsuchi Future Memories, which is about the aftermath of the 2011 tsunami in Japan. He ultimately settled on making stunning portraits of families within the […]