Sharon Tenenbaum

Sharon Tenenbaum

Sharon Tenenbaum was educated as a Civil Engineer in Israel, and practicing as a Professional Engineer in Vancouver Canada. In late 2007 she made a decision to part from engineering in order to pursue her passion for photography after being inspired by a life-changing journey to South East Asia. Her passion for photography started with street photojournalism, yet combined with her original background as a Civil Engineer, her work covers a wide gamut of subject matter from ‘in the moment’ Photojournalism to Fine Art Architectural Photography which is a perfect marriage of her engineering and artistic sides. In a relative short period she has managed to define an artistic direction and distinctive style in her work, acquiring international recognition in the process. Sharon has numerous fine art international awards and her work has been published in several magazines including National Geographic. As a Photographer, Tenenbaum is a self-taught artist, having learned her craft through personal research and practical experience behind the camera. In her work she incorporates a Long Exposure technique to expand the expressive dimensions of her art. Although an artist at heart, Sharon enjoys teaching and sharing with others her photography techniques and vision. She teaches Fine Art Photography Workshops around the world and has produced two video tutorials and written two ebooks. One on ‘How to Create Long Exposure Fine art Photography’ and the second: ‘Left & Right Brain, A photographers understanding of these mindsets and how the affect our visual interpretation of art’.
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Articles by Sharon Tenenbaum

Landscape & Environment

Abstract Architectural Photography – Unleash Your Creativity

Changing My Ways: I always found a quasi-direct correlation between how physically free and uninhibited I felt to my flow of creative freedom. Being bogged


Fremont Bridge Portland

Long Exposure With A Purpose

Long Exposure photography has existed since the days of the first images recorded, however, today Long Exposure, or should I rephrase and say, Daytime Long

Landscape & Environment

Image 1: With Cyclist

What Makes a Great Fine Art Architectural Photograph?

It was and always will be my belief that a great architectural image must adhere to the following 3 features: Composition is King. In architectural

City of Arts and Science

Black and White vs. Color

This article is co-authored by Sharon Tenenbaum and Rick Hulbert An Educational Duet on the: The Search for Simplicity vs. Complexity Sharon Tenenbaum and Rick Hulbert team

Art and Architecture – Plus Workshop Announcement

Seeing with Artistic Interpretation In Contrast To Creating A Photograph with Realistic Intent What does it mean to see differently as an artist and as an