On the first day, when we decided to stop for lunch, I met Malika, a shepherdess.Here is a portrait of her as well as some pictures of the context in which his sheep live.
Real Vision Actually, it's even not the case because the long exposure has completely changed the way the scene was ().
We enjoyed the sundown at ≈ 4300 m. It was just amazing. An unforgettable moment, and of course, a descent to Kyanjin Gompa by night! In background: the Lirung Glacier. Panoramic made of 8 photos One shot among the height
October 22 last, a little walk left and we arrived at the village and lakes Gosainkund. The next morning, we walked the Laurebina pass (4621 m at my watch) and began the descent on two days, ending our amazing 10-day trek. More pictures will follow. My Rewind|Forward Animation feature used here to animate these images […]
During an airshow, we often think it's best to have the longest focal length possible. The mind thinks “airplane”, and if possible, framed as large as possible on the picture. Often, it is not worse. Indeed, in presence of the ugliest weather for an enthusiast, namely blue sky and sunshine, you'd better frame tight, at […]
That morning, I was fighting step by step to tear myself away from the snow with my 18kg backpack, then, pausing a moment to rest, this panorama offered itself to me. It was startling. Below, two adjustments, the fist is conform to my “habits of realistic post-adjustment”, the second that I enjoyed to make and […]
The jury has just selected my F/A-18C Hornet photography.
Waiting for my first pictures of Australia to be ready for post, here's the windy top of La Grande Motte, 3.656 m high (3.456 m for the end of the skiable area). About adjustments, I've increased the exposure a little and modify the white balance to enhance the blue tones.
Second and last day for Axalp (public opened). Those two F/A-18C Hornet are opening the show with a fast and low level pass launching decoy flares. Action ends in a fraction and the first day, surprised by them, I've not been able to take one shot with an aircraft on the frame, only “traces” ^^ […]
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 […]