Macro Photography with Thomas Delahaye

Thomas Delahaye is not the kind of photographer who does macro and wild-life photography in a naturalistic way. He has an amazing eye to see the perspectives and catch the subject with his artistic vision, even if he has to place himself in original position to create his photographs. 😉

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Thomas finding the perfect perpective…

iLHP: Hi Thomas, I’m really glad to finally ask you some questions to know you more and know more about your art.  You’re kind of a mentor for me considering macro and wild-life photography. What you do is amazing. I’ve got the chance to follow you twice during a photo shoot session at dawn in the forest and see a little bit how you work. Can you tell us a bit about yourself?

Thomas: Alright, first, thanks a lot for the compliments! I’m 32 years old, I’ve been giving guitar tutoring for about 8 years now in Paris but I want to dedicate more time on photography from now on. I’m very passionate about nature in general especially mountain environments!

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“Sous Les Feux de la Rampe” | Canon 5D mIII 100mm macro f/2.8 L IS USM –> f/4, 1/2500 sec, 640 ISO

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