Eiffel Reflection

Eiffel Reflection
La Tour Eiffel on a rainy day After I waited under a store awning for an April shower to pass, I strolled along rue Saint Saëns in the 15th arrondissement. A puddle caught my eye with its reflection of that most iconic of Paris icons, the Eiffel Tower. I searched for the best puddle and then squatted down low to get the best angle. I learned early on in my photography career to always look at different ways to see and shooting from down low or up high changes the viewer’s perception dramatically. This was shot with my iPhone approximately one inch above the ground. At the moment i clicked this woman appeared in the frame and magically the top of the frame reveals that it is, in fact, a reflection because we see only her feet facing right side up. Technical Details – iPhone 3Gs, photographed with the Hipstamatic App and adjusted with the Photoshop Express App to change exposure and contrast, and then converted to black and white. Beyond the Bread Basket: Recipes for Appetizers, Main Courses, and Desserts by Eric Kayser, Clay McLachlan and Yair Yosefi French Cooking: Classic Recipes and Techniques by Hubert Delorme, Vincent Boue, Clay McLachlan and Paul Bocuse Eric Kayser’s New French Recipes by Eric Kayser, Yair Yosefi and Clay McLachlan         Clay’s newest award-winning book with bonus DVD, Encyclopédie du Chocolat in French features secrets of the greatest pastry chefs: Christophe Michalak (Plaza Athénée), Gilles Marchal (Maison du Chocolat), Christopher Adam (Fauchon), Jean-Paul Hévin and more. An essential book and DVD with Clay’s step-by-step photographs to guide beginners and experts in preparing over 100 demonstrated techniques.  Bonus: DVD 1 hr 30, a real course to master the most difficult pastrymaking. All the expertise of the Ecole du Grand Chocolat Valrhona, which attracts professionals from around the world. Avoid the heartbreak of returning home with ordinary photographs by gleaning photography tips from a pro. You can do it with tips, techniques and tricks in Creative Black & White: Digital Photography Tips and Techniques. Read it on your flight & you’ll love showing your friends what you saw in France.

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