Weinstein is known as a photographer who has documented the Israeli settlement and the advancement of the country and its beauty. His most famous photo is the from the Declaration of Independence, that is in a million books, movies, TV shows, documentaries, and more. Besides that, the collection in the Photo House contain endless historical photos, and has about a million negatives from Rudy's camera.
Weinstein passed away in 1992, and his widow, Miriam, continued in his important work. Translations, sorting, revitalizing, and up keeping the collection, above regular camera services that she continued to provide to customers. After Miriam's death in 2011, the family continued to keep the collection and the store, and the incredible collection that Rudy created.
Throughout the years, the Photo House has won international fame, and was talked about in many movies and interviews. Exhibitions on behalf of the archive were exhibited around the world. In 2011, the documentary "The Photographers" documented the joint journey of Miriam Weinstein and her grandson against the destruction of the photography shop, as part of the demolition of the building and the construction of a new building. The film was screened at many film festivals and won prizes.
Today the Photo House has indeed moved to a new place, but to this day it is an archive store open to the public. You can see and purchase Weinstein's original photographs, posters of the photographs, postcards and books.