2019 was a strange year professionally speaking. I spent the majority of my time asking myself where my business should go. And tried my best to broaden my clientele and gradually work a bit more in the commercial photography industry.
I learned so much this year, tried new genres and techniques, with Glamour and boudoir photography.
I left my flashes at home a bit more often.
I made a bit more studio-like work recently too.
I needed to do this year because a lot of people only know me as a dance photographer, and I discovered recently that I’ve missed opportunities and interesting projects because of that. They thought I would not be interested, or that maybe I wasn’t capable of directing a shoot with models that were not dancers.
So what I started in 2019 will continue in 2020. I will do my best to find the time to share this new chapter of my journey as a photographer with you. I will get out of my comfort zone, I will challenge myself with new projects, projects you wouldn’t expect me in. 2020 will be an exciting year. I just can’t wait to get things started.
By the way, I posted on Instagram my top 9… or should I say the 9 photos that you liked the most:
Like every year, I am always surprised by the pictures that got more “likes” on my Instagram. So I figured it would be nice to share my personal “top 9”. Not That I consider these images like the best ones of the past year… But they somehow have a special place in my heart. So here they are, in no particular order :
Julie Charlet – Château de la Reynerie (Toulouse)
Marina Kudryashova – Marché de Lerme (Bordeaux)
Florencia Chinellato – Musée des Augustins (Toulouse)
Laura Viaud – Académie des sciences et belles lettres (Bordeaux)
Olivia Lindon – Hôtel du Grand Opéra (Toulouse)
Jacqueline Bâby – Musée de Confluences (Lyon)
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Cyd Sailor – Theate de la Pergola (Bordeaux)
Hélène Bernadou – Château Pape Clément (Bordeaux)
I still got a few behind the scenes and images that were made last year that I haven’t shared yet, these are coming shortly. So, what are your plans for 2020? I am curious… whether you are a pro, semi-pro or just taking photos for fun, tell us in the comments below.
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