Airport in Paris

 

Popular Video – Paris How-To

Since I am posting a new photo of Paris today, I wanted to share this popular video that maybe some of you missed the first time around!

Daily Photo – Airport in Paris

Upon arriving at the airport, I headed straight for the subway system.  When you enter this area of the airport, all the architecture changes into this neo-gard of sorts.  The lines and struts and bridges and rails and light all make such interesting lines and compositions.

There was no terrible rush for the train, so I took my time to walk around and capture as much as I could to bring it home to you… so you could maybe be as impressed with this place as I was!

Airport in Paris Upon arriving at the airport, I headed straight for the subway system.  When you enter this area of the airport, all the architecture changes into this neo-gard of sorts.  The lines and struts and bridges and rails and light all make such interesting lines and compositions.There was no terrible rush for the train, so I took my time to walk around and capture as much as I could to bring it home to you… so you could maybe be as impressed with this place as I was!- Trey RatcliffClick here to read the rest of this post at the Stuck in Customs blog.

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  • http://www.pathosphotos.com/ Christian Ortiz

    Sweeet.

  • Casper van Zyl

    I like this shot ,as i am always photographing airports,looks cool.

  • Vena Sensenbaugh

    Amazingly, beautiful :)

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_PRUZYIT5ASYXVXKFIVWVXFTL4U Susan

    Super cool looking – nice to have no people in this one!

  • http://mbbschaina.co.in/ Mbbschina

    looking beaut full airport in parish  

  • http://mbbschaina.co.in/ Mbbschina

    i am always photographing airports,looks cool.

  • Anonymous

    Love airports, such interesting architecture. That one in Paris is decidedly different.  Here’s shot I took in the Orlando  airport

  • http://www.facebook.com/edenbrackstone Eden Brackstone

    See this is an example of how architecture need not be boring! The world needs more buildings like this… Fortunately my local airport has undergone some wicked renovations in recent years – and really is a fantastic building from all angles. Especially when you are inside and notice the full scale historic glider hanging from the ceiling ;-)

    http://edenbrackstone.com/ – New Photo and Tutorial just released!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1472754002 Fran Turdo-Pike

    Thank you so much for the instruction.  I am so inspired to try this technique while out and about in my own city this weekend.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1472754002 Fran Turdo-Pike

    Thank you so much for the instruction.  I am so inspired to try this technique while out and about in my own city this weekend.

  • http://www.facebook.com/johnny.peacock Johnny Peacock

    Great shot, looks like you’ve snuck in a little self portrait too!

  • Kyle VanEtten

    Trey this is a good example for you to use about situations where you can frame something directly in the middle of your shot…  you emphasize phi alot which is cool but this one shows how you can have awesome symmetry by framing something in dead center but still getting some phi in there with the middle arch on the ceiling and the big supports on the side…   Very Cool Picture!

  • http://photoventures.wordpress.com/ Jeff Peterson

    Great photo, we were a little late getting to the airport the day we flew out of Paris so I don’t remember seeing much of the airport.

  • http://survivingsurvivor.com/ David

    Great pic. that being said, this is the only decent looking part of ugly ugly Paris airport.

  • Noah Katz

    Trey, great shot! I love the symmetry of it. hard to believe you had such an empty place to yourself. 

    So, when did you change the comment stream? My avatar isn’t showing up. Do you, or anyone else have any idea how to get it to show?

  • http://www.stuckincustoms.com/ Luke Lakatosh (SIC Support)

    Hi Noah,

    You can set all of your profile and posting options by logging in at disqus.com.

  • http://www.maugiart.com/ Noah J. Katz

    Hi Luke,

    Thanks for that. I’ll check it out.

  • http://www.maugiart.com/ Noah J. Katz

    Thank @lukesic:disqus . I figured it out! Cheers. Is this some new comment site to use on Trey’s blog? What happened to the other one. 

  • http://kendalllister.net/ Kendall Lister

    Hi Trey, I really like this photo and I’m tempted to order a print but I’m put off by what looks like strong red/green chromatic aberration at the edges. Is it just my eyes, or is this something you could fix?

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=735939775 Stephen Crouch

     I noticed that too. I was just parsing the comments to see if anyone else noticed Trey’s reflection.

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