Thursday, March 11, 2010

Blog Day: The Tenin Technique

City Daily Photo Special Blog Day Event: "5th Anniversary Tribute to Eric Tenin of Paris Daily Photo from fellow CDP Bloggers. Imitation being the sincerest form of flattery, all CDP Bloggers are invited to post a tribute shot from their own city using The Tenin Technique of placing the camera on the ground to make an image, or of skewing/tilting the composition, or in some way imitating a specific photo Eric has posted or a common subject matter of Eric's photos. Take a moment to study the look and feel of his shots. Feel free to work creatively with this theme of The Tenin Technique. Have fun with it, make it your own and help celebrate a great guy who has spread a lot of friendship and inspiration around the globe since his first post in 2005."

Wilson and I walked over to the apartments on 11th Street & Walker Avenue to capture one of the few examples of French architecture in San Pedro. So in honor of Eric, this photo embraces his low-angle technique combined with French design.

Dear Eric,
Bravo and thank you so much for your great original idea
and abounding inspiration!
Lori Lynn

Do you like the French building?
You can live there!

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1 comment:

So nice to hear from you!

Warm regards,
Lori Lynn