It all started with a random shot of my sister when we were visiting Paris on June for my Birthday. We were walking in Montmartre and we found this beautiful Parisian cafe in Rue Gabrielle, with its amazing red doors and facade. I knew it would be the perfect backdrop to take a picture of hers.
Well, actually this is not exactly when it started.
A few months ago I have launched a new photography service in Manhattan (where I live) called ‘New Yorker for a Day’ in which I offer a photography session for tourists who come to visit the city and want to experience it in a different way and leave it with a long-lasting souvenir. As this service became quite popular among tourists and even among New Yorkers who want to have their pictures taken in the city they live, and since I am visiting Paris few times a year, I have decided to expand it to Paris as well and offer my service in the City of Light.
What can be better than feel like a real Parisian, at least for one day?
For more information and to find out when I am in Paris, drop me a line or send me an email.
Amazing colors Sivan! Maybe I’ll get you to take some photos of me one day. : )
With pleasure, Yetunde!
What a great idea! When you travel alone, you don’t have anyone to take picture of you. And even if you travel with someone, it’s no guarantee you’ll come back with the kind of photos who might want to have.
These pictures are absolutely lovely and would no doubt make a unique souvenir. Good luck with growing the project, Sivan!
Beautifully captured shots..the colors and ladies in there vibrant clothes. I love Paris and all it has to show.