A third shot from the Amsterdam Klezmer Band concert in April 2012 in Paris, this one from accordion player Theo van Tol. As a photographer, I love accordion players: the instrument offers such graphic possibilities… From the same concert you can check out photos of trombone player Joop van der Linden and trumpet player Gijs Levelt.
This old till was sitting in the basement of a local community center. I love those old machines where the rivets are apparent and the patina on the buttons tells you how infrequent it was for people to buy stuff that cost more than 200 Fr.
This is the plum tree in my garden in the spring. I used the really funky DreamCanvas film from Hipstamatic along with the Melodie lens to try and get this « japanese » look to the shot.
On a beautiful winter day I walked with my sons to the Sacré Coeur in Montmartre and took a lateral shot which I quite like. i gave it an old timey processing without overdoing it for what I hope is an interesting but not too classic postcard look.
This is a black and white variant of Pink Sunrise. Interesting how the feeling it conveys is radically different, isn’t it?
As I was walking alongside a run path on the western short of Manhattan I stumbled upon these old wooden piles and thought that the old and new contrast with the Jersey City waterfront would be interesting…
The first time I went to see Trombone Shorty live, the place was so packed I couldn’t get close to the stage like I normally do. So I got some shots from the crowd instead…
When I crossed the eastern part of San Fransciso by car I never imagined stumbling on a church that wouldn’t look out of place in Moscow. But I did. I had to stop and shoot it…
his is the side door of the church where I got married. I love the old look and the mystery it exudes. The photo was edited with Snapseed.
I waited for nearly an hour on the river bank opposite the Bund in Shanghaï for the sun to be perfectly aligned with the two horns of that skyscraper. There are many pictures of the Dark Tower in Mordor with a similar look, hence the title.