Here’s one the final exposures I made on my workshops in New Zealand this October. It’s the iconic Lake Matheson on the west coast, although I can’t recall ever seeing a night photograph of this location. The artificial lights annoyed me to no end at the time but somehow as a Christmas shot, they seem to work quite well.
Canon 5DMkII, 16-35mm 2.8L, ISO 400, f2.8, 29 seconds.
Thanks to everyone for their support over the year.
In case you missed these, here are some recent articles featuring my work.
The first is an interview on Dreamerlandscape a website run by a very talented group of Italian landscape photographers. It’s in both English and Italian.
The second is my photo essay for Ma Vie Francaise. It’s called “French Perspectives : Paris but not as you know it” and features unusual takes on some popular Parisian locations.