Screen Focus Series

I am pleased to introduce you with my very first photography series called “Screen Focus” which is showing how much time, maybe too much time, we spend every day on our mobile and at the same time missing so much of what’s going on around us.

All of these pictures are being created with a long exposure technique so lights trails appear on the picture representing the time flying by while the main character isn’t moving at all during the capture “focussing” on a mobile device. Most of the characters are staged unless specified otherwise in the picture description.

This series will keep growing so feel free to get in touch if interested to be my next picture’s model, credit will be given in the picture description and you will receive a black and white version of it.

Screen Focus #1: Shot on South Kensington tube station platform, London.

Nikon D3100 – F/25.0 – 30secs – ISO:100 – Model: Benjamin (Instagram: @bigbenhouse)

Screen Focus #2: Shot in Rivoli street, Paris.

Nikon D5200 – F/22.0 – 6secs – ISO:320 – Model: Unknown (Not staged)

Screen Focus #3: Shot in front of Les Invalides, Paris.

Nikon D5200 – F/25.0 – 5secs – ISO:640 – Model: Lucie (Instagram: @lucievigey)

Screen Focus #4: Shot at Bastille’s underground station, Paris.

Nikon D5200 – F/9.0 – 4secs – ISO:100– Model: Rémy (Instagram: @rseaume)

Screen Focus #5: Shot in front of Opéra Garnier, Paris.

Nikon D5200 – F/16.0 – 3secs – ISO:160 – Model: Lucie (Instagram: @lucievigey)

Screen Focus #6: Shot in front of the Pantheon, Paris.

Nikon D5200 – F/4.5 – 4secs – ISO:140 – Model: Lucie (Instagram: @lucievigey)

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