« Painting with my camera » is a series started in the summer 5 years ago while I was experimenting long exposure on nature and landscapes. This experiment helped me understand that nature and landscapes were not my type of photography, a human presence was missing. During the same summer, while strolling with my family in Bordeaux, I saw a crowd of people playing on the water mirror on the quay of the Garonne. At this moment, I knew I had to capture that colorful picture with my camera using a long exposure. I used my camera like a paintbrush sweeping a canvas and...
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