Paris & Normandy ~ March 2008

Le mont St-Micheliso: 200 aperture: f/11.0 exposure: 0.0080 s (1/125) focal: 7.0mm
Le mont St-Michel, Normandy, France

Here are some photographs from our weekend trip to France last month. Enjoy!

Sacre Coeur, Parisiso: 200 aperture: f/4.0 exposure: 0.0004 s (1/2500) focal: 7.0mm
Sacre Coeur, Paris, France

Montmartre, Parisiso: 200 aperture: f/4.0 exposure: 0.0012 s (1/800) focal: 7.0mm
Montmartre, Paris, France

Grande Arche, La Defenseiso: 200 aperture: f/4.0 exposure: 0.0025 s (1/400) focal: 7.0mm
Grande Arche, La Defense, Paris, France

Trainstation, La Defense, Parisiso: 200 aperture: f/5.0 exposure: 0.0080 s (1/125) focal: 7.0mm
Trainstation, La Defense, Paris, France

Le mont St-Micheliso: 320 aperture: f/10.0 exposure: 0.0012 s (1/800) focal: 49.0mm
Le mont St-Michel, Normandy, France

Edge of Land, Normandyiso: 100 aperture: f/4.5 exposure: 0.0020 s (1/500) focal: 150.0mm
Edge of Land, Normandy, France

Bus Station, Normandyiso: 100 aperture: f/4.0 exposure: 0.0031 s (1/320) focal: 7.0mm
Bus Station, Normandy, France

More pictures of this trip here...

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星里 said...

Hallo Rick, another amazing set of photos; I especially like the 'Edge of Land' photo. Although, having worked at La Defense for a couple of years, I know how difficult it is to get some good photos of the buildings on the Explanade.

Rick Wezenaar said...


If you look at the whole series (link at the bottom of the article, you'll find a lot more photographs of the esplanade. Let me know what you think...


Herbert Wong said...

Great stuff- I just love the wide angle photos. Must go get one now. How I wish I did not see your pictures- I would not have this urge again.

Rick Wezenaar said...

Hey Herbert ;)

Thanks for your compliment. I hope you'll get a great superwide-angle lens soon!

~ Rick

Laurent said...

Really clean and nice stuff, the light in your set of photos is almost perfect. + the spuer wide angle adds a lot to the photos. Yeah a real clean work. what's your secret to have such clean and clear photos? :p