Israel’s Landscapes by drone – Aerial Cinematography by JP Worthington Media

By: Jeffrey Worthington (Facebook) Visiting Israel during the spring is an unforgettable experience!  This year I worked together with OR Productions to film and make available 500 aerial clips of Israel’s inspiring landscapes in stunning Ultra-High-Definition (4k) on ShutterStock. Filmed with DJI’s Inspire 1 quadcopter, which uses some of the world’s most advanced quadcopter technologies for film making. It has been truly…

Ultra Orthodox (Haredi) Jerusalem Protest – Travel Photography Blog by Jeffrey Worthington

By: Jeffrey Worthington (Facebook) Hundreds of thousands of Haredi men, women, and children attended Sunday’s rally in Jerusalem to protest against legislation that would compel young men from the community to perform national service.  Find out more about the issue at Jerusalem Post and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.Photographing this event was quite a challenge because all the man were wearing hats…

Israel: Touring Jerusalem (Day 11) – Travel Photography Blog by Jeffrey Worthington

By: Jeffrey Worthington, & JPWorthington First day of the tour and boy was it a full one! (Religious jews going for a memorial service on the Mt. Olives) (Great view of the Dome of the Rock and the Temple Mount) (One of my personal favorite) (from in side the Dominus Flevit Church, it’s about half…

Israel: – Jerusalem Sunset – Travel Photography Blog by Jeffrey Worthington

By: Jeffrey Worthington, &JPWorthington Last night I witnessed one of the most beautiful sunsets I have ever seen in Israel. I can only describe it as “stunning.” It was taken at a lookout with an unbeatable view of the hills of western Jerusalem. Hope you enjoy it! Don’t forget to visit my website www.JeffreyWorthington.com for…

Israel: Restoring Courage – Qesarya (Day 10) – Travel Photography Blog by Jeffrey Worthington

By: Jeffrey Worthington, & JPWorthington I really enjoyed Glenn Beck’s Restoring Courage rally at the historic Qesarya. I was impressed with the fact that Glen was able to bring together both Christians and Jews, and Arabs and Settlers. And who could forget Glenn’s statement about “lumping people together”?! Good times. I’m a freelance photographer and…

Israel: The Galilee & Mt Arbel (Day 9) – Travel Photography Blog by Jeffrey Worthington

By: Jeffrey Worthington, & JPWorthington Day 8 of my fall travels took me from Jerusalem up to the Galilee area! Approaching, Beit She’an, I took a side road toward the Jordan river and came across these beautiful date palm trees. And yes, they really looked this good! Quick stop by the commercialized baptismal site. If…

Israel: Jerusalem, (Day 8) – My Travel Blog photographer by Jeffrey Worthington

By: Jeffrey Worthington, & JPWorthington It was a wonderful cool August morning and I thought it’d be a perfect day to take my friends to the Temple Mount to see the Dome of the Rock. I just two little things, that it was Ramadan and it was Friday (the Muslim prayer day). Thus the Temple…

Israel: Qesarya, (Day 7) – By Travel Blog photographer by Jeffrey Worthington

By: Jeffrey Worthington, & JPWorthington Spent sundown atop one of my favorite places in Israel, Mt. Carmel. I love it. Generally peaceful and quiet it offers both views of the Jezreel Valley and the Mediterranean. Enjoyed taking more night shots of the Qesarya, or as it is more commonly labeled, Caesarea. This aqueduct was built…

Israel: Dead Sea, (Day 6) – By Travel Blog photographer by Jeffrey Worthington from 1,388 ft below Sea Level

By: Jeffrey Worthington, & JPWorthington Day six on the road was a long one! Driving from Jerusalem to the Dead Sea resorts (on the Israeli side) in the morning and was doing almost non-stop photography until 2am the next morning! But as you will see it was completely worth it! Started out making the driving…

Israel: Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Israel (Day 5) – Photo Blog by Jeffrey Worthington

By: Jeffrey Worthington, &JPWorthington So, day five of my photo adventure I found myself showing the great friends of my Jerusalem’s Old City. Particularly, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Just inside the main entrance dozens gather to kiss the stone that the Church says Jesus of Nazareth was laid on when he was taken…