Early evening over Victoria Harbour in Hong-Kong. Now you know why everybody you see on the shore after 6 PM carries a tripod.
Umphrey’s McGee’s Brendan Bayliss backlit. Probably one of the most original concert shots I’ve done.
I only spent little time in Washington DC, but as soon as I saw that arcade at Union Station I knew I had to shoot it (and I wasn’t the only one…)
I’ve recently begin to purchase old cameras at flea markets to use as photographic subjects. I’ve tried a few, but my fun is really in looking at them as objects of a bygone era. This one was the first shot in that series and (still) is my favourite.
There’s a second hand bookshop near where I live that had a whole lot of late 19th century prints of obscure Jules Verne books. I thought the covers looked too good to pass, and shot them with my iphone for lack of a better camera.
Nigel Hall is a wonderful soul singer and keyboard player who played with Soulive and Lettuce. This was shot at a Lettuce concert in NYC’s Brooklyn Bowl.
This is Manhattan’s Northern Dispensary where, apparently, Edgar Allan Poe was interned for a while. It’s a wonderful brick building that instantly screamed « shoot me » when I passed it.
Saint-Jean de Cole is a beautiful little village in the North of the Dordogne region. The old bridge over the river Cole is a favoured spot for photographers…
I thought it would be interesting to process this shot full of modern elements with an old print look (enhance by the use of the Lensbaby). Hence the paradox.
I find beauty in patterns and occasionally a real close up look onto something (like this pinecone) brings up a new kind of beauty…