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    Posted January 8, 2013 by
    RonenGoldman
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    Tel Aviv, Israel
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    Surreal Dreams Recreated By Ronen Goldman

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     RonenGoldman, a photographer in Tel Aviv, Israel, explores images in his dreams through imaginative and surreal conceptual photography. He shoots all the subjects on location, then layers the photos into a single composite image, removing people and objects as needed to create the optical illusion. View more of his work at his website, Ronengoldman.com
    - dsashin, CNN iReport producer

    My name is Ronen Goldman, I am a conceptual photographer from Israel. For the past six years I have been recreating my dreams through photos.Each photo takes weeks and even months of preparation from dreaming it, writing down the main elements, planning, shooting and post production.
    I don't always fully understaned the meaning of these images- much like dreams they sometimes reveal themselves only months after being created.

    All elements of all the images were actually shot on location on the same day and combined together.

    These works have been exhibited at art fairs in Spain,England, Brussels and Singapore.
    As a result, I work with ad agencies to create surreal visuals.
    Website- www.Ronengoldman.com
    More photos on Facebook- http://on.fb.me/g5kiOH

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