A little wink to people who are using my Before|After adjustment feature on my blog. That's something quite different! ^^
For people who'll try the Before|After comparison feature above, you'll notice I over-exposed my original shot in a purpose probably even more important than normally. This way, I've been able to catch details on the head and the neck. If not, their would have been completely blacks. In post adjustment, I under-exposed the whole picture […]
As you can notice if you do the comparison (see on my blog), the non-adjusted version is clearly over-exposed. In fact, — as I explain it on quite many of my pictures — it's a photography technic where you help your camera to grab as much details as possible, specially on shadows, because camera sensor are way […]
A 3 minutes long shot, taken few instants before the “Kölner Lichter Musical Fireworks”. A lots of illuminated boats comes slowly along the Rhine, where thousands of people are waiting for the show. On the non-processed picture, the sky as entirely dull and brown, so I adjusted it the way you can see above to […]
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 […]
A “so so” shot looking at this classical aircraft vision, but I found the sky pretty amazing and surreal.