All photo's made with my iphone4.
They are details of bigger artwork in la-defense paris.
Random photos from my collection. I shoot with a Canon Rebel XSi and a Tamron 18-270 zoom lens.
For truly professional macro photographs, try to visualize an unusual aspect of your subject before releasing the shutter. Visualization will come naturally with practice as you experiment with a variety of photographic techniques. Enjoy yourself examining the unique shapes a…
A series of images from from my visit to India in August/September this year. The images are from Metikurke (my native village), Ruins of Hampi (capital of the 15th Century Vijayanagara Empire that panned South India and a UNESCO World Heritage Site), and Bengaluru (capital o…
Una muestra de mis mejores trabajos en fotografia, de Sarapiqui para el mundo, espero les guste!
A few of my pictures, visit paulparent.org for moreé
Yosemite National Park
Capturing images in low light during the holidays is inevitable. We are together for festive dinners; we're indoors while the weather outside is frightful; and the short winter days leave us with less of the sunshine we love for our outdoor images. So take advantage of the li…
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