David J. Lew is a photographer. He was born in San Juan, Argentina, but currently resides in Tel Aviv.
David’s love for visual arts paired with his introversion naturally lead him to photography. Landscapes, nature and architecture are among his favorite subjects. He enjoys photographing people, mostly when he doesn’t have to socially interact with the subject. Photography, as an outlet, allows David to express himself and the way he see the world.
I’ve always enjoyed his photography for the radiant, crisp appearance as well as the subject matter. It is always something different, yet a new perspective in the way one sees the world. Look at the ant photo below, it is amazing. Who looks at ants this way? I never did. The way they are interacting with each other and the shadows casted by the sun shows them in a whole new light (no pun intended). There is always something beautiful, yet something playful about the shot.
If you like David’s photography, I highly recommend you check out his blog Earthquakeboy. There are a ton a great images to get lost in.
Photo credit: David J. Lew
19 thoughts on “A New Perspective: Photography of David J. Lew”
love the dogs one
It is very cute!
Those ants look insane!
Don’t they!? I can’t even handle it.
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Wondeful images, 🙂
He is a great photographer!
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Thank you! You definitely deserve the recognition. Your photography is breathtaking. 🙂
Excellent work David! 🙂
Love it – love to know how he captured the ants and none of those dogs were barking at him either:)
I didn’t even think about the dogs not barking! That is a great question…
Wonderful post have always loved David pics and his perspective of life thanks again 🙂 Fozziemum
His eye for subject and composition is superb. 🙂
It certainly is and I love that I am not the only human who stops to wonder at the small seemingly unimportant things 🙂 I am not a lone wildlife stalker hahaha 🙂
You definitely are not, but even if you were, it is something to be proud of.
Thanks I agree..the miniscule or plain is sometimes amazing 🙂
Wow what a beautiful photos, thank you for sharing them, especially I liked the weird gaze of the bird and the relaxing hour on the beach, seems like a very talented photographer.
Thank you! You should check out him blog via the link in the post. He posts regularly and the photos are always beautiful.