PARIS – Our last morning here before embarking on a dreaded travel day. I shot around the apartment that we’re staying in – it’s a converted crystal factor near the Canal St. Martin, with huge windows and sensational light. Here you go:
Day 2302 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
PARIS – Another day here, this time along the Canal St. Martin, which conveniently or inconveniently, depending on your point of view, has been drained for cleaning and repairs. All images shot with my little Leica Q.
Day 2301 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
PARIS – Still shooting my little Leica Q. Tonight we attended the birthday party for Laure de Gramont, at Maxim’s. Laure’s party took over the whole of Maxim’s. This is the reason why we’ve come to Paris.
Day 2298 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
From earlier in the day.
On this day six years ago (day 107): Infrared I was shooting infrared six years ago with my Leica M8 which was good for this purpose because it had poor infrared filtering. I just recently bought a Sony a7R and had it converted to IR shooting, so you’ll be seeing a number of new IR images from me.
PARIS – I’m traveling this week with one camera (actually two if you count my iPhone): a Leica Q, a fixed lens, full frame Leica with what is currently Leica’s best 28mm lens. I just decided to keep it light this time.
Day 2295 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.