OK. So I much prefer your shot of Eiffel to mine posted for today. Tight crops like this are how I prefer to shoot. My shot was an obligatory tourist shot with a snapshot cam as I didn't yet have my Canon.
Love the colors and the crop.
17 Sep 2007 2:30pm
@Amir: Many thanks Amir. Don't worry. Your tourist photo as you say, is necessary to keep a global view for souvenir. I have some of this kind. As I live in Paris, I can choose as I want an angle, according to the specific decor or light scenery made for an event. Rugby World Cup is a new opportunity. With a distance of 4,350 miles, it's not easy for you to do the same ! ;)
Joli cadrage de la jupe de la tour Eiffel ! J'ai fait une photo quasi similaire ... mais avant la coupe du monde et le gros ballon de Rugby !
18 Sep 2007 8:01am
@Hamster: Merci. On ne doit pas être les seuls à faire ce genre de photo :)
Il faut que j'y retourne pour mieux prendre le ballon qui est cramé sur ce coup !
Very interesting angle, as if I was there!
19 Sep 2007 6:22am
@Manuela Photography: Thanks Manuela.
Gorgeous shot, Henri.
19 Sep 2007 12:42pm
@Carson: Many thanks for your comment.
Ooo! a really nice shot! I love that Green light!
We are visiting Paris sometime in October, (only for a night stop over from Italy) really must get to see this glorious city at night.
19 Sep 2007 5:12pm
@MaryB: Thanks Mary.
Let me know your date. I will have a great pleasure to bring you by car around some famous places ! One night is too short to use public transport. I send you an email to precise my proposition.
Bien vu !
Faut avoir regardé la TV française pour comprendre ...
21 Sep 2007 1:31pm
@Philippe: Salut Philippe. C'était effectivement anecdotique mais comme il n'y a pas de bleu-blanc-rouge ça peut aussi servir pour tout le monde.
28 Sep 2007 7:09pm
@Raziel: If you mean PP by Post Processing, it's not. It's the true color of the Eiffel Tower during the World Cup time. This color is made by green filters placed on the classic lights, plus some more new lights under the Eiffel Tower.
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