"You don't take a photograph ...

... you make it"

Ansel Adams

And i Agree !

I am a socio-photographer. It means i pour some science in every photo take… or something like that!  I m not sure it means something but this is what i do. I shoot people with my iphone (this is enough for taking decent pictures .. i would only let my Iphone if Gibson decides to launch its own camera)

I know people envy my talent so the only thing to do is to sing that song :

Where lies the magic with  a photo

Photo is the perfect art for lazy people.

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  • Observation skills

    A good photographer will always be on alert. He has a 360° surrounding view.

  • Anticipation

    That helps him to anticipate what’s going to happen and clench his camera. Picture is taken, subject is gone when a tourist is still focusing.

  • Luck

    We all know our nicest photos are 80% luck. Come on.

  • Patience

    You need to be patient and sometimes selfish to get the picture you want.

  • Sens of proportion

    A good photographer will instantly frame the scene and shoot right with a cold hand.

  • Good taste

    In general, a good photographer dresses well and knows how to behave in society. He has a natural sens of proportion and will easily deliver a perfect knot with his tie (an engineer won’t).

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French Riviera

Paris