Queuing for Bread
Waiting for customers
Newspaper Kiosk (1)
Newspaper kiosk (2)
The iconic newspaper kiosks were designed by French architect Gabriel Davioud in 1857.
Gendarmes off to work
All the above images have been edited using a sketch tool ‘pen and ink‘ in grey tones.
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I have lived in the UK for most of my life, but when young I definitely had wanderlust and even ended up living in South Africa for several years which was a wonderful experience. I now look forward to a long and leisurely retirement doing what I like most - gardening, photography, walking and travelling.
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50 thoughts on “the daily life of a Parisian”
Absolutely fabulous post, Jude.
many thanks Ark!
these are so cool Jude – perfect environment for the tool My fav is the metro station. Loved your parisienne moments!
Thank you Tina. I love the metro one too.
Really like the effect. Very clever, very French!
Paris lends itself to black and white.
I like those, really cool!
Really enjoyed looking at the “pen and ink” images! To me removing color often reveals more depth in a picture.
These are great, especially the first kiosk. Whenever I’ve tried that filter I’ve tried the wrong image.
It doesn’t work for everything and you have to play around with the detail and width of the ink / pen size and contrast a lot. I usually edit my photos first in colour to get a lot of contrast. (ink detail in these was set at 1)
Ugh I miss Paris soooo much!
It is an interesting and beautiful city.
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