Des paysages lumineux

Prendre des photos lumineuses la nuit
Je pense que le light-painting est un magnifique mélange d’expression photographique et artistique. Cette technique d’éclairage du paysage avec des temps d’exposition prolongés soulève l’idée que la lumière a beaucoup d’influence. — Dave Black

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Des paysages lumineux
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Iconic Places Through The Eyes Of Creative Photographers

Iconic Places Through The Eyes Of Creative Photographers

“Hemisfèric to the Palau de les Arts” by The-Art-of-Darkness
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“A Night at the Opera” by marcusburtenshaw
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“Amsterdam Canal Houses” by michaelvanderburg
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“Guide the Light ” by albertdros
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“Capitol Christmas” by tonybrooks
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“Kelpies composite – v4” by dereksouter
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Iconic Places Through The Eyes Of Creative Photographers
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La photographie de paysage par Mattia Bonavida

Mattia Bonavida, jeune photographe italien travaillant pour l’industrie du tourisme, qui faisait l’objet de la toute première « Pause Photo » sur le Mag, sublime par ses photos les montagnes et les lacs de sa région natale de Riva del Garda. Il revient sur les principes et les grandes règles de la photographie de paysage.

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La photographie de paysage par Mattia Bonavida
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Fine Art | David L. Labrie

David L. Labrie
Fine Art

davidllabrie03aThe Sentinel
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davidllabrie03bThe Tree Of Life
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davidllabrie03cUnexpected Ending
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davidllabrie03dInferno
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davidllabrie03eWhite Tail
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davidllabrie03fUnified
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davidllabrie03gForgotten Relics
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David L. Labrie est originaire de Québec et pratique la photographie depuis 2013.
Il travaille dans le domaine maritime, sur des bateaux ce qui lui permet d’avoir des prises de vues remarquables du paysage québécois.
« Du Grand Nord au Grands Lacs, se retrouvent des paysages fabuleux facile à troquer par l’œil de la caméra. Autant en hiver qu’en été, la diversité de la faune et de la flore offre une volupté inimaginable. »

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Finding Myself in the Stars

Finding Myself in the Stars
by Don Whitebread

California, USA – I spent the summers of my youth wherever my father’s work as a geologist took us, usually camped deep in a desert mountain range.  Watching the slow change of light and weather during the day, and the flow of stars across the night sky was my best entertainment. This background fueled my interest in photography, and has drawn me to remote locations throughout my life. I chose to photograph this series using only natural light, and rarely moonlight, to show that faint, diffuse starlight that few people really see any more.

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Finding Myself in the Stars
by Don Whitebread

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The Long Wait

The Long Wait
Ed Morris, Photographer / Writer

When is a good day to capture an image? Well, there’s no such thing as a bad day. That’s how I approach my photogra- phy. When I’m out and about I’m always on the lookout for perhaps a sudden change in the light, the interplay of light and shade, the curving contours or linear appearance of a scene, maybe a striking combination of colours or of patterns and textures. They’re all out there waiting to be found, to be explored and to be interpreted in a new way. There’s always something to grab ones attention as long as you keep an open mind and an open eye.

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The Long Wait
Ed Morris, Photographer / Writer

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