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Hello – I’m back! I’ve had a rest from blogging, mainly because I got fed up with the problem with my blog posts transferring to Facebook if I’m honest. But I thought it was about time for a return so as I have some fantastic pictures to share – here I am 🙂
I’n sure I don’t have to tell you where this picture was taken but just in case you don’t know it’s in Paris from last year’s holiday. It’s one of several pictures of a similar view but this is the one I chose to keep as everything is right – from the boat going under the bridge to the skyline and also the lack of lorries in view!
As you can see it is presented in HDR format which I feel enhances it and makes it a far more dramatic picture.
I am currently updating my website with some new work but if you want to take a look the address is http://www.imjphotoart.co.uk
Until next time – stay focussed!
We’re back to Paris for today’s post and a view of the Eiffel Tower taken from the Seine.
This was taken whilst we were on a river cruise along the Seine and if you are going to Paris and thinking of doing this it is highly recommended. You really do get to see Paris from a truly different perspective.
This has of course been given a HDR makeover – the main reason for this is that it was a bit of a dull day and giving it the makeover just brings out the character a bit more!
My website will be updated with this and lots more Paris pictures shortly but if you do want to see some more of my Paris pictures please click on the picture and you’ll be taken directly to my Paris gallery.
A second blog post today for you.
This one is a view of Paris from a river boat trip on the Seine.
Does it sound like I’m being a little vague? That’s because I am as I have forgotten what the view is actually of!
If any of you can remind me then I’d be very grateful 🙂
My picture today sort of speaks for itself.
It’s the Moulin Rouge from Paris – I know you’d never have guessed it!
I had to crop this quite creatively to take out the cars that were passing and of course other tourists but it’s come out rather well!
It’s presented here in HDR and I hope you enjoy it
Today’s post is a picture of The Louvre in Paris or should I say The Musée du Louvre.
This is another picture that was taken a little while ago but has only just caught my attention and been given a HDR treatment. I must have taken my eye off of the ball with these pictures from our Paris trip as I really don’t know why I haven’t done anything with them before.
Now this is another picture that isn’t in fact mine, it is by Marc, another one of the IMJ Photo-Art gang but it is very worthy of being on the blog as I think it is stunning. Although this image and my previous couple of posts aren’t on our website yet, they will be very soon!
We are also in the process of organising our first exhibition that will take place in Peterborough. Hopefully this will lead to big things so wish us luck!
If any of you do read the info that goes along with my picture posts I would just like to apologise for my lack of comments on posts and the amount of likes I send out. Unfortunately, my intention with this blog was to be a part of the ‘blog community’ but just as I began the blog alot of things happened, I became involved in raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support and also have just started a new job so my time has suddenly disappeared. I do try to look at all of your blogs when I can and can honestly say I am really impressed with everyone’s work that they publish and really appreciate all of the likes that you bestow on my/our work too.
Today’s picture is another form our brand new Paris range – and an exclusive as not even on the website yet!
This is a night shot of Notre Dame Cathedral that has been given a HDR makeover. I think that it makes the image really striking and I was very pleased with the result.
Today’s picture is one from the back catalogue that I have just come across.
This was taken on a trip to Paris just over a year ago – and not taken by me! It was taken by Marc, another of the IMJ Photo-Art gang but he’s let me use it as I dabbled with it and turned it into black and white.
I hope you like it and be prepared, there are lots more Paris pictures to come that I have unearthed!