Tag : French Photographer

Interview With French Nature Photographer Sébastien Blomme

Sébastien Blomme is a nature photographer from Toulouse, South France. As a child, he lived in the countryside surrounded by beautiful egrets, butterflies, and puddles filled with newts. He always loves to capture his photos with good light. Sébastien is working in the Aeronautical industry and he is a happy…

A Play of Colors on Minimalistic Architectures Captured By Emilie Möri

ARCHITECTURES is a new series of colored architectural photographs, with a sunny and minimal mood. Photographer and graphic designer Emilie Möri captured and created these amazing photographs. “Marked shadows trace pure graphics” to which the artist adds a spectrum of colors for a minimalist and conceptual result. Scroll down and…

EXTRA/Ordinary – Photography Series By Christophe Hargoues

This long-term care facility accommodates forty five people, all suffering from severe degenerative diseases. One hundred doctors and nurses work there. Silence predominates. The extreme dependence is omnipresent. It is a world apart, where the perception of time and space is altered: sometimes compressed, sometimes distended. In their own care…

French Photographer Alexandre Daray Inspires Us With A Great Vision For Photography

Alexandre Daray is a French Documentary Photographer who shares his experiences with us in this brief interview. He shoots film and do we need more reason not to love his portfolio already topping with great photographs. In this space with 121clicks.com, Alex shares his interests beyond photography, various thoughts bounding…

Master Photographer Bruno Barbey Talking About His Photography Journey

Master Photographer Bruno Barbey was born in 1941. Barbey has had a significant career as a photographer and filmmaker. Throughout his four-decade career, he has traveled across five continents, photographing many wars. He is most notable for his work with Magnum acting both as a photojournalist and as a leading…

Ross Harvey – Explains Beautifully How Photography Takes Him To Meditation

A very interesting street photographer and what I really loved was his thoughts towards the origination of street photography. So much philosophical and meditation level in personality, meet Mr. Ross Harvey who shoots astounding pieces of street genre. Being a professional wedding photographer himself, Ross conveys and understands the fact that…

Marta Bevacqua – This Italian Girl has a Mood Board to Shoots Such Stunning Portraits

Marta Bevacqua – This Italian Girl has a Mood Board to Shoots Such Stunning Portraits

Such dreamy portraits of certainly most beautiful models, all shot using a 50mm and endless creativity by Marta Bevacqua. She takes us through her emotions in this portfolio, sheer brilliance when it comes to choosing the right gentle expression, which stays very elegantly in the onlookers eyes. The processing doesn’t…

Everyday Life in Spain – Captured By Master Photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson in 1933

Henri Cartier-Bresson (August 22, 1908 – August 3, 2004) was a French humanist photographer considered the master of candid photography, and an early user of 35 mm film. He helped develop street photography, and approvingly cited a notion of the inevitability of a decisive moment, a term adopted as the…

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