Category: Keep your eyes open!

10 ways to find inspiration and stay inspired

I am a bit shy to share with you that I was less inspired for photographic creation during the last months… I knew the reasons and wasn’t really worried, as I was sure that inspiration would soon come again. 🙂 But I have created so much pictures during the last years that I started to Read More

Ripples of color

Recently, at the funfair, I followed two different photographic approaches. I already showed you the first one : a classic approach using light, colors and blur to create great pictures of people at the carnival, fighting against the winter cold, buying treats, spending a good time with the family… The second approach is more about Read More

Happy new year!!

I wish you a happy new year, with a lot of amazing pictures! 😀     See you soon for a new year of photography! 😉 Anne-Laure Read More

Simplification… To what extent?

I was wandering, a few days ago, in a little town, searching for the perfect subject… The light was flat, I was cold and even a bit depressed, I admit. Thus, I was happy when I found this red graffiti on the wall. A bit of love and color doesn’t hurt, isn’t it?! 😉 Unfortunately, Read More

Red!

When my “color radar” is ON, I can’t stop it anymore! And it becomes so stronger that I am then capable of controlling the reality with my mind. 😆 😉     It is so much fun to go “hunting color” in the city. You can really find incredible matches. 🙂 Read More

Matching colors

It seems that, a few weeks ago, I have activated my “color radar”, even if I didn’t mean to do it! 😆     Thus, as I had shot some very simple pictures with gorgeous colors, I decided to associate it two by two, in order to create fun diptychs. The idea? Put together two Read More

French river patrol (humorous diptych)

I am wondering if you will think this diptych is rather funny… 😉   In fact, I took these two pictures within 17 seconds, the 14 Juillet, during the French national holiday, in Paris. I was watching the planes squadrons flying on the top of the Seine and I was shooting a bit when I Read More

An English translation for my non-french readers :)

I was wondering… what if I added some english explanations to my articles?!… Could it be better for some of my readers? What is your point? 🙂 Perhaps, some of you, not really at ease with french, may be interested to understand better what I mean when I am commenting my pics or talking about Read More