To this day Yaakov's injury during military service influences the way he perceives and captures objects with his camera. His resulting impairment -- tubular vision -- has given birth to a wealth of close-up photos of surroundings familiar to us all.
His exhibitions present us with photos that capture and eternalize momentary glimpses of Nature. In each picture we get to see a detail or a special photographic angle which drew Herevon's attention.
Like him, also we the viewers experience through these pictures a new and different view of Nature, one which is not self-evident. These close-up photos resemble a kind of penetration into the privacy of these objects, yielding diverse interpretations, sometimes even far from the original.
Yaakov Herevon learned photography mainly by self-study from books and by trial and error in the field.
Yaakov Exhibited in a solo exhibitions and several group exhibitions.