Man of Many Colors, Paris
Digital NEF, 2012
From the Paris III collection
(Intro from Paris II)
The last time I saw Paris.
We did a collection some time ago on the first time I saw Paris–it’s the 10th collection on this website, Paris I (#10). This one is about the last time I saw Paris. It was an unusual time as I was doing “A Week in Paris with Jay Maisel,” a two-hour-plus video tutorial with Scott Kelby where we talked, well really, I talked, Scott was my interviewer and straight man.
We went to all my favorite places. We walked, talked, photographed, and ate our way through Paris and a good time was had by all.
All the time I was shooting, I thought if all jobs were like this, getting paid for talking, as well as shooting, I could get used to it.
I hope you enjoy these images as much as I enjoyed making them.
If you’d like to see a preview promotional video of the tutorial course, got to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vjwUw6g6EAc.
To see the actually tutorial, and more photos, of me shooting off my big mouth for two hours, go to https://members.kelbyone.com/course/jmaisel_paris/.
P.S. It will cost you a few bucks for the full course, but I’m sure you’ll profit from it.
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