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On a Blue Night

Moonlight Walk

Blue Night

Rusty Art

11 Responses to “On a Blue Night”

  1. Geoffrey Wiseman says:

    Dublin? The middle photo looks like Custom House.

  2. Romain Guy says:

    Geoffrey, not it’s Lyon, in France :)

  3. aleixmr says:

    Nice pics Romain !!, not so beautiful as your FRC book -:) haha ! I recieved my copy today from amazon !!!

    thanks for writing it !!!

  4. Sussy says:

    Your photos are amazing!
    I wonder if you could give me/us a quick class about your techniques. I know it’s something you don’t learn in a day but at least it would help.

  5. Romain Guy says:

    Thanks Sussy. I’d be glad to give you some specific advices. Just drop me an email if you have questions.

  6. Sussy says:

    I’ll take you up on your offer and ask you some stuff, if you don’t mind =P

    First question(one out of 50):
    How do you do to take great pictures?
    You must have a secret, and you don’t have to reveal it at all, but maybe just to share it a bit? Remember that sharing is good.
    Second question:
    Do i need a really pro cam for taking great pics? and that leads me to the third question:
    Why can’t i capture amazing shoots with just a normal camera, just like in old times ??? and …
    Forth question:
    Did you really think i was going to ask you 50 questions? =P … got ya!!!

    I guess those questions are enough for now. I really appreciate your kindness. Anke im Voraus (Thanks in advance).
    I’ll be waiting for your answer.

    One more thing… the email i left is fake… sorry =P
    but i’ll give you a real one soon, and also an explanation if you want it.

  7. Romain Guy says:

    The only secret I have is that I take a lot of pictures to get a few good ones. I also take the time to find the place and the time at which a picture will maybe look good.

    While you don’t need a pro camera to take good pictures, it helps in some extreme situations. A pro camera will take better pictures than a pocket camera… only if you shoot the exact same thing at the exact same time and know how to use the camera. Some of the pictures I took and like the most were shot with a pocket camera (Canon PowerShot A70.) And I took a LOT of crappy pictures with my “pro” camera.

    Hope this helps :)

  8. Sussy says:

    Thanks a lot!
    It really gives me an idea of what could i do for improving my skills in photography. I may follow some of your advices sice they’re practical and logical and concret (easy to do when you don’t have so much time).
    Hope i don’t bother you with my questions.

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