Category: Black and White

Cart in North Point

Street Photography in North Point

Why to do street photography in North Point? Last week-end, I decided to explore with street photography in North Point. Always located on Hong Kong Island, this area offers some quite interesting architectural gems.  It is also an excellent location for street photography and on the tram line. Another example of street photography in Central […]

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Mirrors and illusions

Sometimes, you can make interesting photography in the most boring of places. Take a mall, for instance. But when you look more closely, you can sometimes take interesting photos. Photos that will bring the viewer to question his eyes in a maze of mirrors and illusions. Ingredients for this photoshoot The main ingredient was the […]

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Kimono girl

First encounter with Japan in France: the kimono musician in Paris

My first encounter with Japan actually happened in… France! Indeed, as a teenager, I had just started photography with my Canon EOS 600, at the times of the film camera (around 1990). It is where I saw this young kimono musician playing in the gardens of Tuilleries (near the Louvre). The kimono musician This young […]

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The old man and the sea

An opportunity picture, shot on the outskirts of the fishing village of Tai O, in Lantau which made me think of Hemingway’s “the old man and the sea”. This fisherman was staying under the harsh sun to carry out some subsistence fishing. A sunny day This picture is somehow reminiscent of the book by Hemingway, […]

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A black and white stroll in the city

  Black and white photography can be an interesting way of focusing the attention of the viewer on the most important elements of a scene. This post is thus more of a stylistic exercise. Here, you have an illustration on how B&W photos dim distractions that might crowd a picture when shot in color. Black […]

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