Today it’s my birthday 🙂 So in order to celebrate it, I’ll offer you a -20% rebate on all my prints!
How to do proceed?
- First, browse this website, the urban portfolio, the motorsport portfolio, the blog, on Instagram of course, and identify the prints you want to get.
- Then, fill the form in the Fine Art prints page, and wish me a happy birthday 😉
And that’s it! But be fast, this rebate is only valable until July 31st, 2019!
The girl and the lighthouse. Presqu’île de Guérande, France, 2019. Get a print!
I’ve spent the last week-end on the Guérande peninsula in the south of Brittany, France. I’m not really the landscape type, but it’s a good thing to do different or new stuff, even more when it can bring some money 😀
My target was this lighthouse in Le Croisic, with the scope of going for a long exposure shot to get those silky water and moving sky effects. But she (and then her boyfriend) passed by me and my tripod mounted camera, and sat just there. Well, if you want to be in my frame, I’ll go for it!
The photo was shot at 200mm at f/2.8 for a great blurry depth of field effect. It has caused some reactions
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Daniel Abt – Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler
Let’s go to Paris for the 8th round of the 2018-2019 season of Formula E in Paris, on the Invalides circuit. The main particularity of the Formula E championship, besides having a great panel of drivers, is to regroup around electric single seaters some of the largest car manufacturers in the world: BMW, Audi, Nissan, Venturi, DS, NIO, with Porsche and Mercedes joining next year.
The 2018-2019 Formula E season is very peculiar as we’ve had 7 drivers from 7 different team winning the first 7 races, with also 7 different polemen. A first !
The Paris round has been won by Robert Frijns, which make it the 8th winner in 8 rounds. It as also been the very first race to happen under the rain. I was really well seated at the end of the main straight, and could witness one of the craziest races ever. However taking photos from the spectators seating has not been easy because of the fences, the trees, the speakers, the lamp posts and the smartphones… I needed to be creative!