The Philharmonie de Paris is currently presenting an exhibition of iconic photographer Robert Doisneau’s (1912–1994) photographs related to music.
I’m happy to announce that this week I invited French photographer, Gilles Prin, for the first takeover of the accompanying Instagram account to this blog dedicated to Père Lachaise cemetery. Gilles will be sharing a series of black and white photographs for one week starting today. Join us! Follow on Instagram instagram.com/perelachaiseparis. If you have... Continue Reading →
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Acclaimed photographer, filmmaker, writer and producer Frank Lisciandro is a key figure in the history of The Doors. He worked as an editor on the Doors’ documentary, Feast of Friends, as a co-filmmaker on Jim Morrison’s film, HWY, and published three books: Jim Morrison, An Hour for Magic Morrison, A Feast of Friends Jim Morrison:... Continue Reading →
Some beautiful photos of Père Lachaise.
There is a place that I visit almost every time I go to Paris. I don’t go there to see famous graves such as Chopin’s or Jim Morrison’s, I just love getting lost through the narrow paths of Le Père Lachaise cemetery in the heart of Paris. It’s also an amazing place for photographers at any time of the year and I was there earlier this month with the participants of my Paris Photo Workshop. Here are a few pictures I took during my last visit.