This article is in a similar vain to one another I wrote #618. A walk in Paris on a winters morning
Walking in the rain or drizzle is something I normally wouldn’t contemplate, let alone go to shoot.
Paris is different, I’m not sure why maybe it’s the love affair I have for this city or I find it so photogenic I’m not sure which.
The following images are from a 45 minute stroll through a well worn path of mine from Pont Neuf to Pont Sully along the Seine. As has been said many time a photo is worth a 1,000 words!
These images were shot using Nikon D850 and Zeiss Milvus 50/1.4 mostly @f2 with nearly identical post processing for effect.
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Love the images. I have been to Paris several times but have never seen it devoid of people. Very nice. Looking forward to buying a Zeiss lens for my new Z6 when they come available.
Thanks Eric how do you like the Z6 what did you shoot previously. I’m in 2 minds whether I should get one or not. Your comments would be appreciated.
Mind blowing. Thanks for sharing them, Dallas. Yes, Paris is such a tart – billions of lovers and admirers! – puts Don Juan FIRMLY in his place!
Photo opportunities leap out at you, faster than you can keep replacing the battery with a fresh one, or replacing the memory cards!
jean pierce,there are tarts and tarts Paris is the biggest I must say.
Nice photographs, and i do like to PP.
Thanks Christopher post can add that touch sometimes.
Line up, line up – only a couple of days to go! Which one of you will author #800 on DS?:) And what will be your topic?
#800 is waiting in the paddocks and is a retrospective 🙂 Next monday post.