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Loneliness: group exhibition

  • May 26, 2016
Loneliness: group exhibition

The annual exhibition of my photo club is now! Here are my two photos on "Loneliness".

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Macro outing with AEV

  • May 25, 2016

The best to get to know about insects and how to shoot them is to ask an expert. That's how I spent a few hours with an organiser of AEV (green spaces agency) who not only helped me to spot the insects but also to identify them and to get closer without making them fly away. Thanks to Fabien Virey for his advices. You can see his website here (in French).

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3 days in Berlin – places of memory

  • May 18, 2016

As my trip's main goal was not photography, I also visited museums (Altes and Neues Museum, and the Museum für Fotografie). By the way, they have very convenient lockers to wander with light shoulders! The first profile selfie? :D A building particularly stayed in my mind since the first time I had seen it 20 years before: the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church. This time I got to visit it and I was not disappointed. The old church is amazing inside but the new one is very interesting in the inside as well: The Reichstag is a very good opportunity to take graphic shots and to see Berlin...

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3 days in Berlin – throughout the streets

  • May 11, 2016
3 days in Berlin – throughout the streets

The touristic places are not always easy to shoot: people everywhere and so many photos were taken that it will be difficult to take an outstanding shot. What you can do is observe people: Hawker between the Reichstag and the Brandenburg gate Musician in front of the Brandenburg gate Tourists in front of the Brandenburg gate Tourists on the Berlin wall track In Berlin, it is also impossible not to see the city's symbol. Here is a small collection: But the best to discover the city is to have a long walk and take time to sit in a park: Out of contrariness:...

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3 days in Berlin – night strolls

  • May 4, 2016

Night offers a different perspective and reduces greatly the number of tourists, which can be helpfull to shoot symbols like these ones: Brandenburg Gate The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe Checkpoint Charlie Remains of the Berlin wall (or "selfies wall" during daytime) It's also at night that the Sony Center reveals its colour range the best: And that buildings sparkle: At last, there are atmospheres which simply do not exist at daytime: Next week, I'll share my daytime wandering!

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