Demain soir c'est le vernissage de l'expo Polaroidomanes à Nantes. J'y expose mes photos avec Antoine Camus, Cédric Nicolas, Fabien Bosdedore, Michael Meniane, Maïté Valcke, BenBen Tofs, Ramon Shoopeak et bien d'autres... + les œuvres de Marie-Sara Obrecht et de Appelle Moi Papa, le son de Victor Aubret et l'univers visuel de Egan Wel ! Venez nombreux, ça se passe à l'Atelier Alain Lebras (10 rue Malherbe, à côté du cours St Pierre) à partir de 18h30 !
Why do I like using rangefinders so much, a question I’m often asked by my peers and fellow photographers. Now before I say anything this isn’t a article about me telling you that you should all switch to using rangefinders and that they’re better then SLRs, because they really aren’t.
Historic photographic processes have become an exciting alternative and even complementary technique to digital imaging. At George Eastman House, participants not only get hands-on instruction on the processes, but also get to view prime examples from the Museum’s incomparable collections.
Before modern, computerized techniques in image manipulation, Latvian-born American portrait photographer Philippe Halsman shot this photograph of the surrealist artist Salvador Dalí suspended in mid-air. While today this image could easily be replicated in Photoshop, it wasn’t possible in 1948.
The Leica MP was the pinnacle of Leica’s production capabilities and back in 2003 the classic camera was re-released for the discerning Leica photographer. A few special models were made and the MP-6 was one of them. And now I have one.
Vespa is an Italian brand of scooter manufactured by Piaggio. The name means wasp in Italian. The Vespa has evolved from a single model motor scooter manufactured in 1946 by Piaggio & Co. S.p.A. of Pontedera, Italy—to a full line of scooters and one of seven companies today owned by Piaggio.
The Polaroid 185 Land Camera is one of the more rare cameras produced by Polaroid, and part of their professional series of folding pack film cameras. Not to be confused with the limited edition Model 185 manufactured by Polaroid Japan in 2000, the original 185 Land Camera was released in the 1960s. Polaroid also produced the superficially similar 180, 190, and 195 professional folding cameras around the same time period as the 185, but they are not as scarce.
Bernard Wong, ce mauricien qui a élu domicile à Madagascar, expose ses œuvres photographiques depuis le premier au 30 avril à l’espace « No Comment » à Antsahavola. Agriculteur de carrière, la photographie lui est venu naturellement, par amour du paysage, de la perfection et surtout par amour de la Grande île. On le connait surtout pour être l’un des photographes puristes du métier.