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Prowling Through Paris

I shot a one-day HD job this week for a Silicon Valley company … in Paris. Another shoot with two Canon 5D Mark II cameras, mine plus one belonging to the production company.

All in all, I was in the air about 22 hours, and on the ground for about 48. I did have a couple of hours to prowl around through the heart of Paris on our arrival day with my camera and director Dan Smith.

 

 

 

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  • Nathie Tieman

    Thanks for the enjoyable pictures of Paris. I’m glad you were able to get in one picture as it is always good to see you and I was very pleased that you went back to including a delicious looking food picture (even though we don’know what it is).

  • Hey Nathie,
    The food pictured is crème brûlée at a Paris bistro, on someone else’s plate. Looks delicious, but not one of my favorites!

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