Photography

Photography

Editor's note: This is the second installment in the "Paris Vignettes" series by photographer William O'Such. William was introduced to silver halide photography by his father, Chester J. O’Such, via the family’s Ansco reflex...

Based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Fern Nesson is a fine art photographer with an MFA in photography. She visits Paris regularly where she captures interior scenes. Her work is abstract, and brings fresh perspective to...

“Capturing the essential nature of Paris is the driving force of my work. From shimmering reflections on the Seine to the long shadows cast upon the hills of Belleville, these street photos reveal Paris...

Richard Nahem’s talent as a photographer is similar to his talent as a blogger and tour guide. Richard has the ability to see what most of us cannot – and to surprise us with...

The magic of Paris is alive and well. After all, the City of Light puts on its best show during the holiday season. From the ever-changing five-story holiday tree at Galeries Lafayette, to the artistic...

November brings a celebration of photography in Paris— with a number of exciting exhibitions and photography events including the annual Paris Photo extravaganza. Adding to the fun this year was the opening of a...

Imagine thousands of photographs under one historic vaulted glass roof. Visual overload at its best. Such an artistic opportunity is waiting at Paris Photo, the annual November celebration of photographic art. The 22nd edition of...

You’re no doubt familiar with Robert Doisneau, the celebrated photographer of the 1930s, most famous for that iconic image ‘Le baiser de l'Hôtel de Ville’ (also known as ‘The Kiss’), a young couple stealing...

In November 2017, Notre Dame had another monumental event in its long history: An incredible illumination presentation emblazoned on the front façade. Bruno Seillier, who has created and directed similar light shows in other historic...

We’re all familiar with promotional photos and posters for movies – the ones showing romantic lovers gazing into each other’s eyes, or creepy people gazing menacingly into the camera, or small figures on a...

Only one thing can eclipse the historical importance of July 14, Bastille Day: The 2018 final of The World Cup. Played on the day after, it overshadowed our independence day, throwing the French into...

Paris is alive this weekend with patriotic pride—from the Fête Nationale flyover that thunders overhead with fearless precision; to the Champs Elysées parade with its show of military might; to a celebration of l’Amour,...