Showing posts with label sharing. Show all posts
Showing posts with label sharing. Show all posts

Tuesday, 17 March 2015

Landscape photography by Russ Barnes

I discovered the work of Russ Barnes yesterday and spent the evening and a good part of the night browsing his website.
I admire every one of his images and really love his interpretations of messy woodlands.

Tuesday, 11 November 2014

David Langan photography

During the last days, i spent some nice time rambling across many english photographer's websites.
I can't remember how i arrived on but i was immediately and strongly seduced by David Langan's nature photography.

Two series i really recommend :

Friday, 31 October 2014

Max A Rush photographer of London parks

Max A Rush is an english landscape photographer and also the only "official" photographer on London's parks.
Discover his work on his website.


Tuesday, 2 September 2014

Vanda Ralevska

Vanda Ralevska is an UK based photographer i discovered recently in issue 80 of On Landscape Magazine.
If you like beautiful nature and landscape photograhy, have a look at her website.


Sunday, 24 August 2014

Two interesting blogs on Street Photography

Here are two blogs about street photography i've just added to my fav list :

Friday, 15 August 2014

Susan May Tell

Susan May Tell is a contemporary american photographer working mostly in black and white. I discovered her work yesterday thank's to Elizabeth Avedon's blog.

You can check her website and read here a very interesting interview about her trip to Appalachia.

Wednesday, 25 June 2014

Beautiful nature photography by Valérie Millett

I discovered Valérie Millett when she was featured in OnLandscape. Her work with landscapes and nature details, mostly in the US, is outstanding.

Tuesday, 24 June 2014

Two blogs i read daily

I've never visited the US and i like to discover different views of this big country through these two blogs which are both very eclectics in their subjects. Note : My feed reader is TheOldReader and i really find it the perfect tool to follow the blogs i like.

Monday, 16 June 2014

Quiet Light, beautiful photography by Julian Barkway

Julian Barkway is an english photographer living in Switzerland. He makes really beautiful nature and landscapes photographs with his large format cameras.

I recently discovered his work in On Landscape Magazine.

Friday, 20 September 2013

Kacper Kowalski

Kacper Kowalski is a polish photographer i discovered yesterday thank to my social networks.
He seems to specialize in aerial photography of his country and his work is truely amazing. Have at least a look at his polish autumn gallery !

Tuesday, 27 August 2013

Dav Thomas photographer of trees

I discovered Dav Thomas and his work about trees a few months ago thank's to my subscription to OnLandscape my favorite online magazine dedicated to landscape photography and landscape photographers.

I instantly fell in love with Thomas's work which is simple, beautiful and i think a little unconventional.

Wednesday, 29 May 2013

The beautiful landscape photography of Olaf Otto Becker

If you like northern countries and beautiful landscape photography, you will like the work of Olaf Otto Becker, a german photographer i discovered recently in landscape issue of Zoom Magazine.

Becker's website shows 3 galleries :

  • Under the Nordic Light.
    My favourite with images of Iceland differents of the usual cliches we see everywhere today.
  • Broken Line.
    Dedicated to Greenland.
  • Above Zero.
    Also about Greenland.

Monday, 13 May 2013

Some good maps to prepare your visit in France

Anywhere you plan to travel, maps are some very good tools to prepare your trip.
If you want to come and visit France, you can start with Google services like Google Maps, StreetView and GoogleEarth. I use the first and last very much.

If you want some more precise and accurate tools, you can have access to our best maps done by our National Geographic Institute (IGN) for free or a very small amount.

On your desktop, you can go to Géoportail where you will find all the maps and datas you could need even if you plan some wild hikes in the nature.

Internet on desktop is nice when you're at home but once arrived in France, you may prefer your mobile device.

Iphigénie (website here) is an amazing app available for Android and iOS giving you access to the maps from Géoportail. A nice caching system lets you prefetch your maps when you're online and read them offline if you're lost in the wild.

There are 2 versions of Iphigénie :

  • The basic and free one.
  • The extended and paying one.
The free one is very very good but the extended is still better and has a very honest pricing.

The app will give you access for free to all the maps from IGN during one month but after you will need to pay. Maps can be licensed annualy or monthly. The annual license costs less than €15.
Of course, you can also buy the paper editions of these maps but they will be more expensive than the electronic ones.

I will end with a screenshot of my Google Nexus 7 showing Iphigénie displaying the map of one of my most recent outing along the Rhône river.

Saturday, 4 May 2013

Two videos about work and life of William Klein

I was having my rapid daily look at dpreview yesterday evening when i saw an article about William Klein.
The article itself was certainly not the most interesting i ever read about this wonderful photographer but it ended with two recent Youtube videos about Klein's work and life :

Sunday, 28 April 2013

Friday, 21 December 2012

Brain Pickings

Do you know Brain Pickings ?

I discovered this site / blog on Facebook a few months ago and really like to have there some little reads from time to time. I've just checked this one.

Friday, 7 December 2012

Fotopedia National Parks on my iPad

For about one week, we have one New iPad in the house.

I don't know why i waited until this mornind to download the Fotopedia National Parks application, it's just amazing.

The app features thousands pictures from QT Luong, one of my favorite photographers, and is perfectly built.
So, if you have some iDevices, don't hesitate !

Friday, 29 June 2012

Ansel Adams at 100

A very interesting multimedia presentaion about Ansel Adams on the site of San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Images, archive footages, etc.
Just click here.

Monday, 11 June 2012

A new way of looking at the rainy days

Another discovery from my social networks, some very nice cloudscapes from Marcin Prasal, a photographer based in London.

Click here to have look.

Wednesday, 23 May 2012

Are you a killer or are you a listener ?

A very interesting blog post about nature and landscape photography, by Rafael Rojas.
Click here !
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