My name is Ofer Keidar and I'm a travel photographer and a blogger from Tel Aviv. My blog posts and photos are known for leaving the reader feeling "I wish I were there", and my content have been published in major Israeli websites (such as MAKO, Ynet and Reshet).
Professional photos - Personal angle
Whether it's a story about tattoo culture in Cuba or an article about traditional temple lodging in Japan – I always give my readers a personal angle of the story and unique professional photos.
My name is Ofer Keidar, I'm 44 years old and I've just quit my high-tech career to work full-time in the fields I'm passionate about: Photography, travel, and writing.
I'm a travel photographer from Tel Aviv and feel lucky enough to be the creator of a successful Israeli travel and photography blog, whose title can be translated to "The camera adds 10 pounds" – referring to the excessive weight of photography gear I carry when I travel.
I've covered a variety of topics from wild costume festivals in Tel Aviv, through the nude public baths tradition of Japan, to the tattoo culture of Cuba. My work has been featured on major Israeli content websites, such as Mako, RESHET, and Ynet.
In my posts, I share my genuine experience and try to tell the story of people and places by amplifying local voices, landscapes, and cultures, hoping to leave the reader feeling "I wish I were there".