Down in the French Dungeon

Midnight in Paris

This was one of my favorite collaborations! I’m looking forward to doing more of these. If you want to get it, pop into the store and get the Midnight in Paris video!

Daily Photo – Down in the French Dungeon

Right outside of Paris, we rented a mansion for a few days to hold a great event! While there, we, of course, went down in the dungeon to get some photos… it's a fairly extreme HDR situation as you might imagine! We all really had a great time, and it was amazing to see what Miss Aniela created down here!

Down in the French Dungeon

Photo Information

  • Date Taken2012-03-16 19:22:10
  • CameraNIKON D800
  • Camera MakeNikon
  • Exposure Time2
  • Aperture2.8
  • ISO100
  • Focal Length15.0 mm
  • FlashOff, Did not fire
  • Exposure ProgramAperture-priority AE
  • Exposure Bias+1

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  • susan ratcliff

    That was such a great trip!:)

  • TheloniousGonzo

    I loved watching that Chateau clip because it shows just how fast things evolve. You NEVER know all you need to know because everything moves so fast and keeps moving and always moves forward. Staying up with it all is what makes this all so exciting and fun. I love it!

  • Seth Dochter

    First, the Midnight in Paris Promo is really cool. I dig the editing style.

    The Dungeon pic is super cool. I was just watching something today about the catacombs beneath the city and how there is a constant effort by authorities to close them off. That just made me want to go even more haha. I’m fairly fascinated with the architecture in France.

    Which now made me think of something else entirely. Today we did a Cold Hot Air Balloon Photography Tour and I was telling everyone about this book “The Judgement of Paris: The Revolutionary Decade That Gave The World Impressionism” by Ross King. As an audible listener you should totally give it a listen. There is an interesting section about the Prussian siege, and how the Parisians needed to rely on hot air balloons to get supplies and messages in and out of the city … at night! Paris and Impressionism, I thought it might be right up your alley. It’s a really good book.

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