The news of the day

Obviously, the torments of humanity on the TV news seems to trigger different levels of interest among this restaurant's limited attendance. (click on picture for...
Obviously, the torments of humanity on the TV news seems to trigger different levels of interest among this restaurant's limited attendance. (click on picture for high res) Leica X1 at 36mm, F3.2, 1/25, ISO200

The wolf at the bus stop

Checking out all day which girls to bite.  (click on picture for high res) Leica X1 at 36mm, F2.8, 1/250, ISO200
Checking out all day which girls to bite.  (click on picture for high res) Leica X1 at 36mm, F2.8, 1/250, ISO200

Forbidden adventures

At the end of the garden, a sight on forbidden adventures can be seen. One day, they will sail that ship. (click on picture for...
At the end of the garden, a sight on forbidden adventures can be seen. One day, they will sail that ship. (click on picture for high res) Leica M9 with 50mm Summicron at F2.0, 1/250, ISO160

Sho(r)t Stories #5 : Aran Modesto

Before we have a look at this picture taken in Seoul, South Korea by Aran Modesto, let me remind you that anybody is welcome to...
Before we have a look at this picture taken in Seoul, South Korea by Aran Modesto, let me remind you that anybody is welcome to participate to this series by sending their own picture. Instructions to do so can be found at the end of this post. Nikon D90 with Nikkor 35mm F1.8DG at F8.0, ISO200 What is the Sho(r)t Story? In October 2011, I have an opportunity on my day off to finally do some street photography! I remember I couldn't sleep the night before, because i was so excited. I still woke up early, took a quick shower,...

Jeu de dames

In French, Checkers translates into the elegant expression of "Jeu de dames", or literally, the "Game of ladies". (click on pictures for high res) Leica...
In French, Checkers translates into the elegant expression of "Jeu de dames", or literally, the "Game of ladies". (click on pictures for high res) Leica X1 at 24mm, F2.8, 1/30, ISO1600

The shooter shot #4 : Shooting my own wedding

I know you are not supposed to take pictures at your own wedding but since it was a small gathering and my Leica X1 is...
I know you are not supposed to take pictures at your own wedding but since it was a small gathering and my Leica X1 is so tiny, I could not resist to take a few snaps. And obviously, since I was the groom, I got pictured myself doing so quite a few times. I tried to give a street photography feel to some of the pictures, but it wasn't easy, especially one the candid side. Finally, all my thanks to Florence and David from Switzerland who took these pictures (using a Fuji X10 and Canon GX1). They are currently on...

What was I doing ?

Simply setting up our own wedding portrait picture. Yes, I got married this weekend with the wonderful Natalia. (and it explains why this blog has...
Simply setting up our own wedding portrait picture. Yes, I got married this weekend with the wonderful Natalia. (and it explains why this blog has had so little activity in the past days) More to come soon. Picture courtesy of David with a Fuji X10

We need more living

As written on this T-shirt, we need more living. Yet sincerely, these has been a crazy week preparing a great event with not much time...
As written on this T-shirt, we need more living. Yet sincerely, these has been a crazy week preparing a great event with not much time to post. I should nevertheless be able to resume daily postings soon. (click on picture for high res) Leica X1 at 24mm, 1/500, F2.8, ISO400  

Lake of Dreams : link to online magazine

A few weeks ago, I wrote a post on my reportage in Thai Airways's December inflight magazine. Since 99.9% probably did not fly Thai in...
A few weeks ago, I wrote a post on my reportage in Thai Airways's December inflight magazine. Since 99.9% probably did not fly Thai in December, here is the link to the online version of the magazine which was recently uploaded. I shot this series of pictures back in October on the shores of Lake Geneva. Click here to read Sawasdee's December issue (my gallery starts at page 54).  

The missing nun

At least, she was wrapped in a white plastic bag. Close to Heaven but Hell is never far. Talking about my imagination of course.  (click...
At least, she was wrapped in a white plastic bag. Close to Heaven but Hell is never far. Talking about my imagination of course.  (click on picture for high res) Leica X1 at 24mm, F4.5, 1/500, ISO100