HDR – High Definition Range Images
Shadow and Light
Vintage (or Close)
Italy – I
Italy – II
Cachoeiro de Itapemirim
Rio de Janeiro
South of France
Study at Close Range
Lines, Angles and Circles
Photo Essay on a Foggy Day
Study in White
Glimpses of Grey
Buy My Prints
The bright colors on the walls still display how the place was vibrant and popular to dance, have good company and...
Small Bug, Big Problem
Who does not want to go back to the past to uncover mysteries, try to change History’s terrible facts...
Without being invited, a man with a provocative attitude sits at the table where Ron was having dinner...
He was dying of old age and all the members of his family, present in the vast salon...
Part 3 of 3. Another day at the office. I stopped counting the days and I don't remember when I first arrived at this hole...
Part 2 of 3 - The war was already over for almost 50 years but the Chief Inspector still had to deal with old episodes...
Day At The Office
Part 1 of 3 - My “office” is a tiny cubicle dug under a rotten tree in the middle of some forest in harsh Winter...
How Much Do You Love Me?
"I love you!" Three magically simple words carrying loads of significance to a relationship...
Quotes by Famous Photographers – I
Taking a picture today is endemic as almost every single person in the world have one or more cameras...
Apparently, Adeste Fideles was a tune played in shows for the populace, later adapted with austere Latin rimes to become a Christmas Carol...
At least for me, a 30 minutes stroll after lunch with my camera helps me to relax my body, to clear my mind...
Never Seen This Before
This post does not need many words as the images speak for themselves...
A Bench in the Park
Evenings, Paul would sit exhausted on a bench in the park. The daily conflicts at work, his wife gone without a trace...
Dots, the most straightforward geometric forms. But, what is a dot?
Vantage Point: a position or a place that allows one a wide or favorable overall view of a scene or situation...
Pleasures of Life
It was certainly not in my roster of tasks for this weekend but I somehow managed to stumble upon these pictures of flowers that I
This large hawk came along and started to observe a dead pigeon on the ground. I grabbed my camera and take some shots...
In a soft-spoken and humble manner, sparing words to exactly say the ideas he wanted to convey, he started by explaining...
Light and Color Explosion
The show of lights and colors on the Parliament building was impressive by the way Canada's history was presented...
Schools, the police, the firemen and the bands were parading on the main street in front of thousands of people...
My mother loved painting but society at her time was not very complacent about women deciding to undertake activities...
Wishes and Resolutions
Approaching the end of every year, many people make wishes and resolutions for the upcoming new year...
Jimmy and I were friends since the school, in a friendship that was not demanding...
Seeing Paris from a shadowy perspective, just like some moments in life...
Almost late Summer, the vivid yellows and greens stand out and illuminate the lives of...
Numbers! Lay down a general feeling onto a discrete and finite set of entities that represent precise units...
Snow and Sun
Finally, a lovely sunny day without wind in spite the low temperature (-7 C). The snow...
Reunions often happen with families where members come from various places to a selected resort...
Sunset in Montreal
What a difference 10 minutes makes when taking pictures during sunset! We happened to be at the Saint Joseph Church in Montreal, Canada, to show
Almost on time, rushing through the crowded streets for a shooting session, I saw this wonderful lilac in a small garden and partially hidden by
Want to Relax?
If you want some relaxation time, just to get away from your daily chores or from problems, go out for a walk with a camera.
Spiking the Sun
Little moments that reward you so much!
Water in the Park
This Winter was really tough with lots of snow that accumulated and then melted in the beginning of Spring. Normally, the water gets absorbed by
There is nothing like a hot Summer day washed out by a sudden rain that comes, spills water like a bucket full of water being
The first impression of a bamboo raft is not very pleasant as it looks pretty unstable and wobbly but once you get onboard, you feel
Dark and light. Night and day. Red and green… Opposites always catch our attention because they play with our emotions. Human beings feel more comfortable
This year, I was in Petra, Jordan, to admire the beautiful houses carved in soft stone by a mysterious people named Nabataeans. In fact, what
From Hell to Heaven
Simple facts in Life have different meanings for different people: to a poet, would a little house with a white fence a reason for romantic
Lost in Time
Lost in Time (but not in Space because I knew where it was all the time), this low-resolution image was taken while traveling to some
Here in Ottawa, I have seen more fireworks in a year than I had seen in my entire life elsewhere. Right now, I am seeing
Afternoon at the Beach
I love painting but I also love photography and the combination of both seems to be the way to go, at least for me… Some
Last Night… The Moon!
Last night, around midnight, at the Parliament Hill, Ottawa, Canada.
Fire and Water
Canada Day, commemorated at July, the 1st, marks the start of the country called Canada in 1867 or you could call it “Canada’s Birth Day”,
A Morning… Two Flowers…
We are motivated by Passion and Love… Passion when that inner energy emerges in waves that compels us to carry out things sometimes in abrupt
I was browsing through my pictures as I do from time to time and I found this picture taken last Fall at the park.
Before the Storm
I really don’t like going to the doctor for whatever reason and I only do it when it is absolutely necessary which seldom happens for
The Big Tree
It is not only from sunny days that we can create opportunities for a nice photo. This afternoon, the day did not promise much but
Four Seasons in Yellow.
Monastery in Kapharnaum.
At the shore of the Sea of Galilee (or Lake Tiberias or Lake of Gennesare), lies the village of Kapharnaum (or Capharnaum or Kfar Nahum)
There is a tradition in Germany (and perhaps in other countries as well) that a “Forest Belongs to the Soul”, meaning, nobody actually possesses a
A Nice Smile!
There are days that things work well and there are days that the more you try being nice or the more you try being productive,
I Could Not Resist!
As I usually do at lunch time, I was walking in the neighborhood with my camera just inspecting if anything interesting would jump on me
The Colors of the Desert.
The common understanding that a desert is sort of yellow and all covered by sand is somewhat a cliché mostly propagated by the movies. The
Two strange examples of Nature calling my attention!
We were wandering around in Rimini, Italy, city of Federico Fellini.
A Remarkable Spectacle!
There are no words to describe this spectacle but to display just a fraction of what I saw tonight! Obviously, I was not able to
The Engulfing Boulder
Working with HDR (Hygh Dynamic Range) gives me a lot of pleasure because, far from being a ritual, is different from the previous one. This
Still on the the HDR thema (please, take a look at my previous post about this subject matter), I worked on this photograph taken in
Beam Me Up, Scotty!
I visited a couple of times New York and, the more I do it, the more I find it amazing. There is something there that
Interesting how our point of view can change from the scene we are looking at, the picture we take from that scene and its final
Changing the Point of View
Have you already noticed how some animals that are notorious hunters chase their preys? As soon as they detect them, they froze their eyes on
The White Balance Case
Some years ago, I was a very happy owner of a Canon SX10IS and taking pictures of almost anything I could find in front of
A Branch Story
Were all branches created equal? Actually, I am not talking about branches that are thick or the ones that are long or even the ones
The Music of Japan
To me, above all, Japan represents a mystique combination of elements as simple as a geisha, the pink peach flowers, the Fuji, the Buddhist temples,
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