Twilight Walks in the City of Light

The enigmatic Pont de Bir-Hakeim first built in 1878 for the World Fair

The Art Nouveau style bridge Pont de Bir-Hakeim connecting the 15th and 16th districts, the Louvre and the splendid Cathedral of Notre Dame – some of my favourite twilight walks in Paris. All shots are taken with my Canon film camera using Ilford Delta 400. These images are taken from my book “Paris Twilight Walks

The Cathedral of Notre Dame

Images are rather grainy but then again it is the uniqueness of Silver Prints

Under the arches of the Louvre

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    • Merci mille fois. C’est très sympa de ta part. Paris est une ville magnifique and through my images I try to show some of its hidden and mysterious side … Hasta la vista 🙂

  1. These are really nicely done. Night shots can be tricky, what with both moonlight and electric lights to account for, and these turned out beautifully.

    • Thank you for your lovely comments … As you said tricky … Nightshots is a guessing game it might come out great or bad But then again it is all depending on exposure and speed (wide open aperture and slow speed + tripod !) Brackets and shoot away 🙂 These were done on a film camera so it gets more trickier … no immediate result on your back screen and the nights such as this will never be the same 🙂

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