Recipe : Mix together group of photo enthusiasts, a few cameras, a long week in Paris, a good pair of shoes, some great food, ADD the autumnal Parisian air and VOILA! this is what you get..Paris in the Fall : a collection of images captured by the participants of the recent photography workshop by explorenation.net, who are Steven Lee and Andy Craggs.
Places visited include Palais Royal, Le Lourve, Passages Couverts, Pere Lachaise, Bastille, Tuileries and the Seine.
This is the second book featuring the best of our workshop participants' photographs, the first being Sarawak, Borneo earlier in May 2009. We were SO impressed with the visual skills our early adopters gained so quickly..ah..and Paris is as photogenic as ever! SL
explorenation.net equals travel photography, publishing, exhibition, photography education and workshops. Founded by Steven Lee in 2006, an award winning UK based freelance photographer dedicated to the personal advancement of photographic objectives for all enthusiasts. Together with photographer Andy Craggs, World Travel Photography Workshop programs was set up in 2009 to cater for a growing demand in hands-on instruction and guidance in basic photographic practice since the ownership of DSLRs have become affordable. We aim to combine travel and photography as an inspiration to learning and developing one's photographic eye, and in the process, achieve a personal objective, improved visual and communication skills. Steven has initiated the KL Photoawards in 2009 for Contemporary Portraiture (see www.klphotoawards.com). His personal works are mainly documentary and fineart in nature, often mixing travel photography with strong abstract visuals. Museo is his first Blurb printed book.
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