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Low light Photography

2017 Advanced Workshop

CINEMATIC PORTRAIT

Flower and Magic Puff power...

"Flower and Magic Puff power..." Lighting Set up: Franc / Concept and Model: Dean / Shot: Franc with Sony A7M2 + Nikon AI AUTO 50 mm F/1.4 (old Manual focus lens)

The concept of this workshop is to turn students into different characters, by building a scene with a certain mood, posture, and …


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Photography Tips

Shooting Fireworks

It does not look like it, but this is a firework picture. Hand held, slow shutter speed with zoom out. Lumix GH1 ISO400 1/4s with 14-45 mm f/3.5-5.6 @ 16mm f/3.5

It does not look like it, but this is a firework picture. Hand held, slow shutter speed with zoom out. Lumix GH1 ISO400 1/4s with 14-45 mm f/3.5-5.6 @ 16mm f/3.5

Here are the 10 most asked question for shooting fireworks, and I am answering to all of them! By Franc Peret During …


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2014 Advanced Workshop

Painting With Light

13 seconds exposure time, few torch and a remote flash are enough to create magic. I forgot to mention the sunglasses!

13 seconds exposure time, few torch and a remote flash are enough to create magic. I forgot to mention the sunglasses!

Here are some sample of works done with my students during the Advanced Photography Workshop I am organizing in Shanghai. This time, …


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Photography Tips

Full Manual Survival

Cine-Nikkor 10mm f1.8. Shot done at ISO400, f1.8, 1/10s. Harder to shoot when the car is moving but still workable. Camera is still the Nikon1 V1.
Manual Exposure, Manual focus, hand held.

Cine-Nikkor 10mm f1.8. Shot done at ISO400, f1.8, 1/10s. Harder to shoot when the car is moving but still workable. Camera is still the Nikon1 V1. Manual Exposure, Manual focus, hand held.

I do not advise my Essential Photography Class students to use the Manual setting in an uncontrolled environment, but sometimes I am personally forced …


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Entertainment

1987 ARCHAOS in France

Creativity was everywhere, lighting was fantastic. This scene Looks like a frame extracted from 1927 Fritz Lang's Metropolis film.

Creativity was everywhere, lighting was fantastic. This scene Looks like a frame extracted from 1927 Fritz Lang's Metropolis film.

Long before any other Circus (such as world famous “Le Cirque du Soleil”), Archaos was the very first contemporary, alternative, theatrical circus …


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