My Favorite Photos from Paris

Here are a few of our favorite photos from Paris…

Like I said in yesterday’s e-letter, I broke my lens on Day One of this Paris photography workshop (see it here).  But as it turned out, two attendees came to the workshop (one in our first group and the other in our second) with the same camera I have and multiple lenses. They were kind enough to lend me theirs.

The first lens I borrowed was a 75-300 mm telephoto lens which, on a digital camera, is a really far zoom.

While everyone else was getting great shots of the Eiffel Tower at night, Notre Dame and Sacre Coeur, I could only get pieces of the church and tower.

These are my favorites, though…

Photos from Paris

 

 

And, of course, a zoom lens like this is great for portraits because the longer you can extend your lens, the more shallow you can make your depth of field (the distance between the closest part of your photograph that’s in focus and the farthest).

See how, in both of these pictures, my subject is in sharp focus and the background is blurred?

 

Here are a few of Bonnie’s pictures…

She was big on reflections:

 

And I really like this one of Mont St. Michel…

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