The hand of nature has some lessons to share
Lost in the red woods
Painting with light, infrared and false color
The devil’s waterfall in IRchrome
Photo shot in Summer of 2019 at Superstition Mountains of Arizona using Canon 6DMk2 and 24-105 F4 L Lens
Shot on the Isle of Mull where the hills roll and the wildlife is rife. A place where one is truly away from urban life, and where the highland cows run free and wild. I followed a herd to the coast and spent an afternoon snapping them in their content habitat. Having delved in the […]
Being in Madrid for several days for a retouching masterclass, I wandered the city and tried to capture its atmosphere while following the places where vegetation led me. As digital filters are a real trend on social media, I like to explore a more crafty way of using them going oldschool with real cuts of […]
“The golden myst” that envelops the morning of Loire Valley biggest city never lasts longer than an hour. Rushing into the quietness of the streets, I had to capture silently the warm coloured fog the deploys its weights on the roofs and towers on every building of the city. Using a full spectrum camera, the […]
Humanity has no other choice than to merge with nature in order to survive. This photo essay was thought as a visual poem showing the beauty of raw nature in an twisted representation that echoes our dreams and hopes of a lost heaven. Shot in natural light with a Full Spectrum camera and Tamron 24-70 […]
Under the rain, driving along Norway’s most scenic road, this little shack on a island revealed itself just after getting out of a tunnel. The light was falling in a very dramatic way so I had no other choice than to stop and capture the beauty of this lonely little construction.
After a sunny day in France, we were seeking for shadow and some fresh air. Under some trees I discovered this gorgeous bike against a tree. I wanted to keep it so I took a picture.
A Kirlian process of a leaf contoured by ultraviolet-emiting electrical arcs. The picture is a long exposure of the sparks drawing the leaf’s outline and then a blacklight-lit view of the same leaf.