Do you say that in english too, “In May, do what you want !” ?! As I can’t leave my two sweaters and my umbrella during this spring, I decided to do what I want with photography. 😉 This time, I used photography to share a creative idea, but not especially a photographic one.
These days, I always want to share with you pictures with peaceful feelings and gentleness… Probably as a reaction to my editorial rush with dozens of pages to check, hundreds of files to manage, thousands of sentences to control ! I am sure you have, too, your rushes, your moments of great stress, your
“Blues” mood, with these “forget me not” flirting in a springy little bunch. 🙂 To add a little bit of humour to this poetic view, I called this pic “You and me, in the dusk light”. 😉 A good week to you all!
While we are finishing my upcoming book, “Retouchez vos photos pas à pas”, I have so much time to create pictures and share it with you… 🙄 Then, today, I show you some simple day to day pictures (even some taken with a smartphone… bad girl !! 😆 ), a bit like
In my article about close-up filters, I concluded saying that the subject size is not the secret for a good picture. Going near the subject and having a huge magnification don’t make better results! 😉 Here, for example, I didn’t shot near the subject, with a macrophotography approach. On the contrary, I shot with a
Today, we are going to talk about the sensor size. Aren’t we always pleased to understand better a damned technical point?! 😉 Obviously, as usual, what we are talking about that is not the technical subject itself but its importance for our pictures. Sensor size is NOT the megapixels stuff! One thing to begin.
To craddle you with soft colors and to calm, if necessary, your week end, I am sharing with you this picture, with subtle shades, zen subject and symmetrical framing. This way to personalize the photo hues is included in my upcoming book “Retouchez vos photos pas à pas”. One of my reader has already improved