As everywhere in these latitudes, the greens are of a power quite amazing and the camera has all the trouble to return your feeling when such colors surrounds you. Memories of life in Madagascar, Reunion Island, etc., which continually make me take the measure, so different of my life in Paris… Short video extract:
This picture is probably my favorite from all my Bourget Airshow 2011 shots. With such a size and some low level pass, it just takes the light in an amazing way. This photo haven't been cropped and I've chosen deliberately to shot heavily zoomed (400mm — equiv. 640mm on the 7D). In fact, things was […]
Château de Chaumont's toilet in a willingly non restored part of the castle… … used to expose some « artists » expositions…
This is another view of the rock arch (). I used the same shooting technic as before: I intentionally overexpose my original shot. In fact, it's a photography technic where you help your camera to grab as much details as possible, because camera sensor are way mor efficient on highlight. It's also called to “expose […]
This is the mouth of the Courant on the Contis beach. This place is extremely slippery because of the moss. I ardently advise you to leave back any claim about the simple action of “walking”, specially when you move in those rocks with tripod and camera in your two hands. A nice technic if you […]
This ship beached in 1976 on the Lespecier beach in Landes. I tried to go there on morning to get some better lights (earlier would have been nice, but well, that's it). By continue reading, you'll find 19 pictures and an extract from the true story that happened there.Comparison feature is for sure active on […]
A “so so” shot looking at this classical aircraft vision, but I found the sky pretty amazing and surreal.
So so quality, too bad… well…
Background color was a saturated red on original. Too much disturbing for me.
I've deliberately used a very thin depth of field (ƒ3.5) to effectively enhance the outline of each leaf. I've made a test with a low aperture (higher ƒ); the result was way different, way less graphic and pleasant — at least for me —.