Natalia Rublina

Country: Israel 🇮🇱

An amateur wildlife photographer from Israel. I photograph mainly birds but also other animals. Love nature, love photography. Nature is one of my biggest passions since I remember myself. Photography helps me to keep my internal creative fires burning and enrich personal development. I am always in pursuit of the unique photographs of birds and try to capture magical moments from their life. My intention is to get
atmospheric and impressive pictures. It is not important to me to reflect reality in my images, but rather leave the viewer with an emotion. Digital image processing allows me to convey what I felt when I captured the image.
I live by this rules: simplicity and minimalism. “Perfection is achieved not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.”  This quote of French writer Antoine de Saint-Exupery is a great reminder that often, less is more.
I was born and raised in Russia, from 1996 I live in Israel.
In 2014 I won the first place of the Nature contest with photography "Pink Silence", Tel-Hai Museum of Photography, Israel.
Solo Exhibitions:
2017 - "Four eyes", Hadassah Academic College, Jerusalem, Israel.
2018 - "Love between birds", Tel-Hai Museum of Photography, Israel.
My photo was published in "The Times" newspaper in 2018.
I am truly honored to be a part of a wonderful film about Cranes - ''Cranes up in the sky'', Hungary 2018. I was invited to make a video about the migration of cranes in Israel.