After featuring Florence pictures in their first two issues, the ADT magazine published another one in their 3rd issue. She did the shooting with some members of the orchestra at the Toulouse museum. Clefs de Saint-Pierre celebrates their 10th anniversary with the Capitole National Orchestra of Toulouse. We wish them bigger & stronger coming years like this elephant.
On behalf of Florence, who is currently on a plane, I would like to thank everyone who supported her photography work this year. It was a very good year for her, and we hope the year of 2010 will be even better and more exciting 😉
By the way, this picture is, needless to say, the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Florence has again captured the perfect moment, hasn’t she?
Well, I was preparing for the next entry about Florence’s exhibition at Visa Off in Perpignan, and accidentally found this video shot by the France 3 TV station. There we are! Florence and I are looking at “Barack Obama” exhibition by Callie Shell at Visa pour l’Image. It was inside of an old church (Eglise des Dominicains), and I loved that they used all those historical buildings for the exhibitions. I personally was very happy to see these pictures and Callie’s description of each picture. I had never seen some of them before and was moved by the pictures.
Here are some of the Visa pour l’Image exhibitions we went to:
This was at Couvent des Minimes (I don’t know what this place is). The largest number of exhibitions were held here.
This was where we saw “Barack Obama” exhibition. It looks like this man with a TV camera shot us secretly! (but I shot him too!)
Here is another picture from Eglise des Dominicains. Isn’t it wonderful to exhibit your photos like this?
I also found a video by the France 24 TV station that talks about Visa pour l’Image and photojournalism in ENGLISH. If you don’t know much about this biggest international photojournalism festival, this is a good video to watch. Click here to watch the video.