Moe Kafer

United KingdomLondon, United Kingdom
16
years of
experience
Specialty: Travel
I started out as a journalist/photojournalist in British Columbia, Canada where I worked for magazines and news papers for six years building a strong basis in story-telling through photography. Once that pond grew too small I made the jump over the slightly bigger pond and began my photography career in the UK. There I began working in the Travel industry and also managed a few unruly but highly talented photographers, studying under them and managing their shoots. With their prompting, I went into business on my own and work as a food, travel and events photographer for many blue chip companies and well-known brands and my work has been published around the world.
Photo Critique
Rating
8.1
Photographer: shari borneman
Camera:
Kodak EasyShare C180
Critiqued by: Moe Kafer
It's a great image that you've had the eye to capture as you happened upon it so great work. What luck to have the three horses with the contrasting colours positione...
Photo Critique
Rating
6.4
Photographer: matt gassaway
Camera:
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T2
Critiqued by: Moe Kafer
You are definitely on the right track with this image and have lovely, rich colours. You are trying to say something with the image as well by having the subjects int...
Photo Critique
Rating
8.1
Photographer: Joy Palmer
Camera:
Nikon D300
Critiqued by: Moe Kafer
This is a strong, emotive image that leads the viewer to think. It tells a story beginning at the end so there's a lot to ponder looking at it. There's good detail, ...
Photo Critique
Rating
7.1
Photographer: Pedro Gonzales Lavayen
Camera:
Canon Digital Rebel XSi
Critiqued by: Moe Kafer
I really like the feel of this image. I find it emotive and intriguing and a wonderful subject. Your eye for capturing a scene is there as is choosing a style to expr...
Photo Critique
Rating
5.3
Photographer: Morgan Ahearn
Camera:
Canon Digital Rebel XS
Critiqued by: Moe Kafer
I think this image was just fired off to record it as opposed to being thoughtfully composed. There doesn't seem to be a point of focus or an consideration to composi...
Photo Critique
Rating
6.1
Photographer: myles davies
Camera:
Nikon D90
Critiqued by: Moe Kafer
I like the wow factor in this picture. You saw a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, found the best perspective in which to capture it and you got the shot. A little more...
Photo Critique
Rating
6.9
Photographer: kirsty kalyan
Camera: samsung
Critiqued by: Moe Kafer
I like the mood and the feel of the shot, I can see where you are going with it. I feel the solitude and the sense of being left behind. It has the potential of being...
Photo Critique
Rating
8
Photographer: andrew brown
Camera: cannon 400d
Critiqued by: Moe Kafer
To me this a very moody, contemplative shot. I like your concept of nature vs man. But for me it is the colours and the contrast that make it for me. I love the refle...
Photo Critique
Rating
7.7
Photographer: Robert Hac
Camera:
canon eos 20D
Critiqued by: Moe Kafer
You've got a good eye and some great subject matter. You are on the right track. A little work on composition and light and you will shoot some great photos.
Photo Critique
Rating
6.3
Photographer: Rena Hirsch
Camera:
Canon EOS 5D
Critiqued by: Moe Kafer
The shot is good and has real potential. I see you have an 'eye' for images and the ability to take great candid shots. If you think about the image you want to take ...