Published in Models & Fashion
I don't make a lot of people's photo shootings in Paris anymore.
But I made a new one this morning, with a very nice guy from Thailand.
He's a musician (professional cellist) and a part time model (he played in a video advertising for Pepsi recently).
But this is not the point of this post...
I wrote one on my Facebook this week, talking about a Paris "photographer" that pretends working as it since 28 years, and only makes, according to me, only "feelingless" pictures. I was a little upset to see people "liking" on Facebook one of this pictures shot in one of Paris tunnels. The picture was simply bad: no feeling, as usually, but such a poor quality! Everybody would have made a better feelingless picture with an iPhone 4!
Maybe I'm pretentious, maybe I'm jealous, maybe I'm just right: light and emotions are raw materials for a photographer. If you don't know how to deal with them, don't pretend you're a photographer. Just say you like taking pictures. It's not a shame, but being humble is being human and is being honest with others and with yourself.
Anyway, I'm proud to show that making nice pictures is tunnel is a possible ;-)
Published in News
Always browsing through my archives, I found these two pictures taken at sunset from Centre Georges Pompidou roof.
The first one (Eiffel Tower) had never been published before. Don't ask me why ;-)
The second one show Tour Saint Jacques, one of my favorite buildings in Paris, linked to very good memories with my friend Luis from Mexico.
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Despite my Sony &6000 camera is not as good as my Canon EOS 5D MarkIII camera, it's light enough to follow me wherever I go.
This picture was taken using it, while enjoying a (rare) sunny spring day in Paris.
Red doors, green light and day light, a perfect combination for a colorful shot :-)
The two young boys that came inside were just the "living proof" I needed.