Most film shooters have heard of Kodak's AEROCHROME colour infrared film, it turns healthy green foliage a deep red or pink where infrared light is reflected.
I am an ethnologist and a photographer specialised in maritime matters based in France;
My husband and I are neither whimsical nor methodical about where we decide to travel.
My parents split up when I was a little kid and ever since, we would go on vacation twice as often, as both my mother and my father took us somewhere separately.
Welcome to part two of my 2017 travelogue retrospective. In part one, I promised I'd be back with photos from Denmark, Switzerland, Spain, Vietnam and maybe more.
MUMBAI--India cannot be forced. India will not adapt to you. I am still learning the pattern and subtexts of interactions and could continue to learn them for several lifetimes to come.
My aunt picked me up a 1948 Ferrania Rondine box camera (127 format!) at a yard sale a while back and it's been used sparingly over the years, mostly sitting on a shelf in my house gathering dust. I don't
Lisbonne est l'une des villes préférées des touristes Français. Ca tombe bien pour moi qui était à la fois l'un et l'autre, durant l'été 2013.
MUMBAI--The smell hits you first. From the first moment India surrounds you, absorbs you into its atmosphere, its rush and flow. You have spent hour upon hour in the grey, nowhere interzone of the jet-plane.
I suspect it’s a common dilemma, you’ve booked a holiday with your partner (and or family/friends) and there’s no doubt the destination was influenced by potential photographic opportunities. How on earth are you going to balance wanting to take lots of photos with what other people want to do?!
Traditionally when I go away on holiday, I tend to pick the less touristy places. That way I can get a better feel for a country and its people.
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