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Practicing photography has a virtue, it helps enjoying things as simple as a ray of warm light in the harsh New-England winter. It also educates the eye, from…

Most of the time, tree stumps are nothing but dead...But sometimes, curves, texture and shapes play with the light to produce an organic feeling. And sometimes…

As any other icon, the Empire State Building is a difficult subject for a travel photographer who has limited time and opportunities. How to capture something…

One of the characteristics of cities with tall buildings, is the high contrast produced by shadows and direct or reflected light. Technically it forces the…

It was almost the end of a photographic journey in the western side ot Massachusetts. During the whole day, we were happy to forget about work, and to enjoy a…

A desert clearing at the end of a crossroad, somewhere in the Berkshires, ideal place for an unplanned encounter with unusual models.

As there was no direct flight from Chicago, we stopped a few hours at Zurich airport. Weather was pretty bad, the snowstorm was running for hours. The bus…

When we arrived at Monument Valley that day, I was not sure to bring back any image. Sky was too white, light was too flat. For sure we enjoyed the spirit of…

Being at the right place at the right time. That was my precise feeling as the light was firing up the narrow canyon of Lower Antelope. Being at the back of the…

What could be the probability of meeting a shiny blue truck fully loaded with green fodder in front of the Capitol Reef red rocks under a dark sky ? ... Let's…

We were driving on the Utah State Road 24 since Capitol Reef, when we left turned on a dirt road called Coal Mine road to stop the car. Without speaking, we…

On the way from Kayenta to Monument Valley Park, it is difficult to miss the stand alone peak called El Capitan. Imposing block emerging from a flat landscape,…

In a previous post, I was looking for alternative ways to capture images of a landmark. Once I recovered from the emotion and vertigo we felt when discovering…

It is well known that sunrise or sunset are photographers' favorite moments. Without considering light quality differences, I usually prefer sunrise for a…

Years ago, an experienced photographer who was not yet a friend taught me that while very few images are strong enough to be presented alone, some others could…

It was during the first of a yearly event my company was setting up, and it was in India. There was still one day to go, and as always, I woke up early enough…

Srinivasa beach was maybe only at 400m from the hotel, but 25mn walk because of a sea channel. As long as I could see, colored fishing boats were aligned on…
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