Incorporate a form of glass into your image to add a layer of complexity.
Show us something (or someone) you cherish, and get up close.
Focus on one color this weekend: take your camera everywhere you go, and see what you can find. Then, select your favorites from your shoot and publish a gallery.
For this, I decided to go with red as it is not a color that I usually take photos of.
Hope you enjoy my shots and have a great rest of the weekend.
Some interesting reading.
Originally posted on MON PÉRIPLE DANS LA CULTURE FRANÇAISE.:
Lost Paris: Documenting the disappearance of a Medieval City
If you can’t make it to Paris (or time travel), the next best thing might just be these photographs of a Paris lost, moments before its disappearance. Before it became the city of light, before the Eiffel Tower became its unmistakable symbol, photographer Charles Marville was commissioned to document the transition from medieval Paris, a city that would be all but destroyed to make way for a modern, symmetric and more efficient Paris. These are his photographs…
Under the order of Napoleon III, General Haussmann was in charge of tearing up streets and razing entire neighbourhoods. In the mid 1800s, Paris was essentially one big construction site.
Whereas before, when the river Seine was the centre of commerce, Haussmann’s large boulevards would become the new highways of Paris.
Through Marville’s documentation…
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Not to put too fine a point on it, though this week, we challenge you to show us what “angular” means to you.
Can anyone guess at which station these were taken at?
It’s a big world out there! Show us what you see in a landscape.