Tag Archives: paris

Project: Something New

Life is an incredibly interesting place. You never know what’s around the next corner, and you don’t know if it’s something beautiful or awful or revelatory. I recently got to stumble into something that was both beautiful and revelatory, and … Continue reading

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Tower and Bridge

Who doesn’t love the Eiffel Tower today? It’s one of the most photographed things on the planet, so making a unique image of it is quite challenging, but that’s what photographers live for. It was a cold, wet spring day, … Continue reading

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Flying Buttresses

This week, we’re going to look at architecture from a traveller’s perspective. A tour of world architecture, if you will. Something I didn’t know before going to see the Notre Dame was that there’s a beautiful garden out back. So … Continue reading

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Dark Wall, Montmartre, Paris, France

I was prepping a bunch of images for the stock site that I’ve started to work with (alamy.com and search for “brian neely” – with the quotation marks – if you’re interested), and as I adjusted the white point of … Continue reading

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City of Light, Paris, France

The colors! The lights! The river! That giant railroad trestle reaching into the sky! And have you heard about my sale at http://www.bpsphoto.com/store/25sale/index.html? It's 25% Off and Free Shipping (to addresses in the United States), and runs through the end … Continue reading

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