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May 2020

I love Wordpress. I use it since it was still called B2/Cafelog, probably around 2002. Then I used its public .com version for my successful food-blog and the self-hosted one for a lot of my clients, including big names like JP Morgan or Bank Of New York Mellon. According to the latest stats, in 2020 Wordpress powers 35% of the entire Internet. It means it's installed on just shy of

Back with a Story Behind The Shot with Jökulsárlón, and this time also back in time. I shot this some years ago in a touristless Iceland, with a then brand new iPhone 6 Plus. That's right, no fancy camera, just what was always in my pocket. The Story Behind The Shot is a column I regularly send to all the newsletter subscribers. It might soon become exclusive email content so if

Different kind of post for a quick update to let you know I will participate to the Art of Black and White exhibition soon. :) I don't publish too many Fine Art black and white architecture shots but it's a genre I really enjoy. It takes time, both shooting long exposures and then editing in Photoshop, but the results are amazing. As it happens, my May selection for The Limited

When you've been a photographer for many years you give some knowledge for granted, and the Rule of Thirds is certainly among those. But as of today, this is still the most searched photography-related topic on Google. So maybe I should write about it. If there's enough interest, I might cover more photography basics. Let me know in the comments if it's something you would like to see here. What is