Photographer, Storyteller, Life Photographer
/ Based in israel
I’m Victor Bezrukov – Israel-based Unplugged Freelance Photographer, IT specialist, and Information Security consultant. I was involved in photography by my son in 2005 and passed not conventional way from digital to Analog...
I’m Victor Bezrukov – Israel-based Unplugged Freelance Photographer, IT specialist, and Information Security consultant. I was involved in photography by my son in 2005 and passed not conventional way from digital to Analog photography. The start in photography was not too special or different from others so better I will tell you about the early unsuccessful part. When I was 10-12 years old we traveled with my mother to the place of my birth, some small city located in the north of the western half of Ukraine, about 131 kilometers from Kyiv (Kyiv???). This city was our traditional destination almost every summer. before this specific trip, I got a very long-awaited gift from my parents – a fantastic Smena-8M type 3b camera with which I can capture the story of our trip (3.800 km in each direction). I shot almost the whole of the first roll and finally forget my first film camera in one of the trains on our way home. I am sure that someone found it and even finished the role of my first film and I hope that also developed this roll. It took some long 30 years to me to get out of deep fear of losing (or forgetting) another camera. Today I use both formats and even started to develop BW film at home. My interests in photography are possibly described as “under construction” – I’m still searching for what I love to photograph – Documentary Storytelling, Behind the scenes, Band Photography, Street, Miksang, Portraits, Landscapes, and experiments with different gear. I love to bring a dramatic look to my works. Contrasts, geometry, sometimes emptiness, craziness, happiness, and melancholy are my best friends in this mission. seems like “Life Photography” is the best description of what I do. “Follow the light !!!” is the best advice that I can give to one who asks me for.