Monthly Archive: January 2014


Twilight Australian shepherd



My 5 years old Aussie at twilight. Off flash with a 80cm umbrella
Canon EOS 7D + EF 17-40 f/4L + 430EX


Jan 28

Guardian of the track

In Evian neighborhood (France) we were strolling when we met the Tree, full of red berries with bright green leaves contrasting with the deep blue sky. It lets me think about being the guardian of the track we were following.

Jan 28

Autumn’s first snow

First snow marking that autumn was now over. Leaves were still present on the trees, giving a subtle mixing of autumn color and fresh white snow. The electric lines were there during my shoot, I first anticipated removing them numerically but finally I found the right shot angle from where these geometric shapes fading out …

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Jan 27

How to transform a misty shot into a enchanted forest ? A 12 steps recipe

Here is my first tutorial on post-processing, I want to show you how you can easily transform a misty landscape into something enchanting with Photoshop. I used a picture of the forest in my example but it will the recipe I describe here will perfectly work for other kind of landscape. Here is where we …

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