Good communication is just as stimulating as black coffee, and just as hard to sleep after.
Anne Morrow Lindbergh
Still the cheapest way to feel this european mood for few days. And it’s North America, with a Canadian dollar that is worth nothing… 😦
ISO 320 – 16mm – f/8,0 – 1/1000
Scenes From The St-Laurent
Owned because I can’t make Photoshop work well in a Windows 10 virtual machine running under Linux… Ok sorry for the technical vocabulary. I am running Linux Ubuntu on my desktop and I can’t find any good photograhy software. So I feel owned by Adobe and Microsoft 😥
I wish I could get more from that picture. I can see aliasing…
I am looking to buy this coming fall a Sony Z5 cellphone (benchmark) which actually gives a nice 23Mpx. If I can make somthing good with it, I’ll be able to shoot AND to process every picture on this cellphone.
I got screwed by time this week and I couldn’t work on these B&W as I thought I could. Hope that you’ll like it.
I got to tell you something… I broke my Tamron lens.. Now I have to use my old Canon, the one that came with the camera when I bought it. The quality is clearly lower than the Tamron. Can’t reach F2.8 at 50mm anymore… So bye bye Bokeh.
Also, I started to upload some of my favorite catches on Instagram, if any of you want to see them, it’s here.
Have a good week!
I’ve been invited by Joe to post on Monochromia for few weeks and I’ve found the idea interesting. I think it’s a good thing to reconnect with B&W photography so I will accept the invitation (…and the challenge).
Just between you and me… I find it quite hard to create B&W photos, in quantities. How I feel right now is that I have to pull out the most attractive part of a picture, meaning the colors and the whole dimension that comes with it. As an example (the first picture with the chateau) the tree is actually pink… 😉 So in this way, that is a real challenge to me. Everything must now lie in the structure, the framing and the subject.
But at the same time I think it’s funny because when I started photography, I couldn’t publish color photography because I wasn’t able to get the right colors I wanted
Nice to be with you again!
He opened the door and a woman stood there on the porch with anxious eyes.
May I help you? Says the man.
Oh… I just want to see Eric.
Eric? There is no Eric in here
No Eric… ? Are you sure? Damn…
Of course I am…
She said nothing more, took two steps back and, just before he closed the door, he seen the depth of the inevitability in her face.
There was nothing to add. Nothing more to say. She had already thought of this possibility but wouldn’t believe it. What she feared the most in the last 6 years was now a reality….
To the left, the Cathedral-Basilica of Notre-Dame de Québec (Our Lady of Quebec City), is the primate church of Canada and seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Quebec, the oldest in the Americas north of Mexico.
In the middle, The Price Building, is an 18-floor skyscraper. Built in 1930-1931 amid controversy for Price Brothers ltd., it is the tallest building in the Old Quebec historical district, and one of the oldest skyscrapers in Canada.
To the right, The Musée de l’Amérique francophone (formerly the Musée de l’Amérique française). Its mission is for the development and promotion of French culture in North America. The museum collection is managed by the Musée de la civilisation since 1995.
Text source : Wikipedia Picture : Meho Jarvis© F9 - 1/200 - 32mm - ISO200 Date : August 10th 2014