On top of Montmartre

… stands the Sacré-Choeur. And thousands wandering souls. (click on picture to enlarge)


Leica M9 with 50mm Cron IV at F2.0, 1/200, ISO160

9 Responses to “On top of Montmartre”

  1. bre dit :

    lovely, just lovely!

  2. Ethaniel dit :

    Bonjour Mr.Yanidel,

    I’ve been following Street Photography in Paris for nearly around 2 years and I always want to be a professional photographer. Finally I’ve got the permission from my family to go further studying in France, however, I’m lost in the options of which university should I attend to. Please guide me and enlighten my path!!!

    I’m a 20-year-old Chinese boy who’s already spent 2 years in Malaysia for college, my major is films and television but personally I devote more to photography. I’m currently picking up French language and hoping to pass the TEF at the end of the year.

    Looking forward to your kind reply and terribly sorry for the disturbingly irrelevant post.


  3. admin dit :

    Hi Ethan,

    I never formally studied photography so I can’t be of any help, I don’t know what options are open for future photographers in Europe. I have seen several schools stands at the Paris Photo Fair, but did not pay much attention. Sincerely, I’d tend to think it would be better to follow a « safe » career in university such as journalism or viusal arts, and get some photography specialization the the side. It is not easy to make money as photographer nowadays.

    Hope this help, cheers, Yanick

  4. Ethaniel dit :

    Your advice is very helpful, I’d take that into consideration.******Merci beaucoup!!
    I wish one day I can meet you somewhere in Paris.

  5. Tim dit :

    Great shot! Pleasure to watch!

  6. danuca dit :

    Ethaniel will be here on top, a wondering Sacré-Choeur, bonne chance!

  7. Murat dit :

    A beautiful photo which which combines of pale and vibrant colors.

  8. Game dit :

    The best view you can get over Paris.

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