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The website is updated at least once a week, with personal journal records, the exciting news, photo workshop information, and fine art photograph collections.

Landscape of Canyonlands in the state of Utah in United States.
Landscape of Canyonlands in the state of Utah in United States.

The Twenty Latest Updates

To better share our passion for nature, we strive to release one new article onto the website each week. Our articles enable us to share ideas with our readers and reveal our paths in artistic photography.

To save time, we have listed only the last twenty updates to our website.

Every Friday we publish a news article or column while traveling. We do not have rules for our artistic photographs and photo courses.

Landscape in black and white of Island in the Sky in Canyon Lands in Utah.

Why: Finalizing the Creation of Artistic Photographs - 1

Why: Finalizing the creation of artistic photographs – Part 1 You have started a real photographic project. You now have several interesting series. You have defined and applied your artistic approach. You want to convey messages, translate emotions or show aesthetic works. You must finalize your…
May 31, 2019
The Tana waterfall on Blue Nile in Ethiopia is a perfect landscape for black and white photography.

Why: Photographing Landscapes in Black and White - 2

Why: Photographing Landscapes in Black and White – Part 2 Click Here to Read the Part I of the Article. The Tana waterfall on Blue Nile in Ethiopia is a perfect landscape for black and white photography. Keep Mass Balances in Mind In a photograph, a mass is an area that is rather dark. We talk…
May 03, 2019
This photograph of bald cypresses is perfectly adapted to black and white photography.

Why: Photographing Landscapes in Black and White - 1

Why: Photographing Landscapes in Black and White – Part 1 You may photograph landscapes. If so, you are probably wondering whether you should develop your photographs in black and white rather than color. The answer to this fundamental question is that black and white allows you to give a true…
Apr 26, 2019
The look of that manta ray show curiosity.

Why Photographing the Expression of a Wild Animal - 2

Why: Photographing the Expression of a Wild Animal – Part 2 Click Here to Read the Part I of the Article. The look of that manta ray show curiosity. Breaking the Rule of Thirds Creating contact with the eyes of an animal immediately catches the attention of the viewer of a photograph. Nevertheless,…
Apr 19, 2019
The look of this young ibex with the catchlight in the eye is very evocative.

Why Photographing the Expression of a Wild Animal - 1

Why: Photographing the Expression of a Wild Animal – Part 1 Do you want to create interesting wildlife photographs that impact your viewers? Focusing on the expression terrestrial or aquatic animals is one of the techniques that I use. In this article, I'm going to explain a few techniques that I…
Apr 12, 2019
Landscape photography requires great mastery to use photographic language (bisons in a meadow under a cloudy sky).

Why: Using the Language of Photography - 2

Why: Using the Language of Photography - Part 2 Click Here to Read the Part I of the Article. Landscape photography requires great mastery to use photographic language (bisons in a meadow under a cloudy sky). Artistic Photography Has Two Dimensions The photographs have two very distinct dimensions:…
Apr 05, 2019
Underwater photography requires great mastery to use the photographic language (goby on a hard coral).

Why: Using the Language of Photography - 1

Why: Using the Language of Photography - Part 1 As I said in this article, photography is a means of artistic expression. It has a language. Like all languages, it has its grammar to write precisely. Underwater photography requires great mastery to use the photographic language (goby on a hard…
Mar 29, 2019
A landscape of Yellowstone in winter.

Why: Photographing Yellowstone in Winter - 2

Why: Photographing Yellowstone in Winter – Part 2 Click Here to Read the Part I of the Article. A landscape of Yellowstone in winter. A Special Atmosphere Because of the Snow and the Cold Winter is an extraordinary season to discover Yellowstone. The very low temperatures discourage many visitors…
Mar 22, 2019
A female pronghorn in Yellowstone in winter.

Why: Photographing Yellowstone in Winter - 1

Why: Photographing Yellowstone in Winter – Part 1 You are certainly familiar with Yellowstone National Park in the state of Wyoming in the United States. It is an extraordinary place for landscape or wildlife photography in any time of year. It is also the largest caldera in the world. Every year,…
Mar 15, 2019
Photograph of trees surrounded by snow. The white color enhances the dreamlike aspect of the scene.

Why: Creating Photographs with Snow - 2

Why: Creating Photographs with Snow – Part 2 Click Here to Read the Part I of the Article. Photograph of trees surrounded by snow. The white color enhances the dreamlike aspect of the scene. Why: Photographing Scenes with Snow The technique for photographing snowy scenes is an important point to…
Mar 08, 2019
Photograph of a bison in the snow in North of United States.

Why: Creating Photographs with Snow - 1

Why: Creating Photographs with Snow – Part 1 Do you enjoy photographing landscapes or animals during the winter? Your photographs evoke silence and emptiness. The snow’s immaculate whiteness also evokes purity. However, snow can also evoke suffering and death due to its extreme cold and frost. Snow…
Mar 01, 2019
This photograph is part of a collection that gave us a real photographic existence.

Why: A Photographer Should Have a Photographic Identity - 2

Why You Need a Photographic Identity to Photograph Well - 2 Click Here to Read the Part I of the Article. This photograph is part of a collection that gave us a real photographic existence. The Second Element of Your Photographic Identity: Your Photographic Style Your photographic style defines the…
Feb 22, 2019
Spatule blanche en contre-jour photographiée depuis un affût flottant en Dombes.

Why: A Photographer Should Have a Photographic Identity - 1

Why You Need a Photographic Identity to Photograph Well - 1 Do you wonder why you are unable to create consistent series of photos? Do you always recognize the signature of some photographers who inspire you, and wish others could do the same with your photos? If you are asking yourself these…
Feb 15, 2019
This artistic photograph in black and white is not about the tree. The consequences of the interpretation of this photo is the ultimate goal of this creation.

Why: The Focus of Artistic Photography is not the Subject or Scene - 2

Why: The Focus of Artistic Photography is not the Subject or Scene - 2 Click Here to Read the Part I of the Article. This artistic photograph in black and white is not about the tree. The consequences of the interpretation of this photo is the ultimate goal of this creation. The Grass is not Always…
Feb 08, 2019
The subject of this artistic photograph of a young gelada is not essential. The consequences of the interpretation of this photo is the ultimate goal of this creation.

Why: The Focus of Artistic Photography Is Not the Subject or Scene - 1

Why: The Focus of Artistic Photography is not the Subject or Scene - 1 When we create an artistic photograph of nature, we remind ourselves that what is important is not the scene in front of us, rather, it is the emotional effect produced by those who experience it. The scene in front of us lasts…
Feb 01, 2019
CThis artistic photograph of a buffalo is subjective because the choice of the attitude, the composition, the framing.

Why: Artistic Photography is Subjective

Why: Artistic Photography is Subjective Photography in general is subjective. Artistic photography specifically is even more so. Whether it is the photographer, author, or the collector of photographic works, each person’s choices are subjective and personal. If the photographer focuses on being…
Jan 25, 2019
This fine art photograph of the landscapes of Simien Mountains in Ethiopia is artistic.

Why A Photographer May Have Difficulty Defining Himself as an Artist–2

Why a Photographer May Have Difficulty Defining Himself as an Artist – Part 2 Click Here to Read the Part I of the Article. This fine art photograph of the landscapes of Simien Mountains in Ethiopia is artistic. The Method That Encouraged Us to Assume Our Status When we went from reportage and…
Jan 18, 2019
This fine art photograph of the Canyonlands is artistic.

Why A Photographer May Have Difficulty Defining Himself as an Artist–1

Why a Photographer May Have Difficulty Defining Himself as an Artist – Part 1 We often meet photographers who do not dare to admit that they are artists. They gladly apply this term to others but not for themselves. It is as if this word was taboo. We have also experienced this discomfort.…
Jan 11, 2019
Artistic Photograph of an Ethiopian Wolf in the Highlands of Bale in Ethiopia.

Why: Photographing the Ethiopian Wolf from an Artistic Perspective

Why: Photographing the Ethiopian Wolf from an Artistic Perspective As described in this article, the Ethiopian wolf, also called the Abyssinian wolf, is a precious dream of many wildlife photographers. Indeed, it is very difficult to observe in its natural habitat. Moreover, photographing it…
Dec 28, 2018
Landscape photo of the Simien Mountains in Ethiopia.

Why: Stepping Out of the Comfort Zone as a Photographer

Why: Stepping Out of the Comfort Zone as a Photographer Why is it so difficult to practice photography that fascinates the viewer? The answer is simple. The art of photography requires many personal qualities, which we have described in this article. It also requires a vast amount of time and…
Dec 21, 2018