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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

The Tenin Technique

Happy Anniversary to Eric Tenin at Paris Daily Photo! Eric is the spiritual father of all the City Daily Photo blogs. Without him, there'd be no CDP and without them, I wouldn't be here either. Bravo!

In honour of this anniversary, many of us are trying out what has come to be known as the Tenin technique. He places the camera very low - on the floor, even, and takes a photo from that perspective.

The photo today was taken a few steps away from Tuesday's photo. The sidewalks are made of large slabs of slate. They're very flat, and for all I know they're two hundred years old. The concrete sidewalks never last this long! If you look carefully, you can see Lawrence the Indian.

To see all of the photos honouring Eric's wonderful and enviable record (never missed a day in 5 years!) Click here to view thumbnails for all participants

1 comment:

  1. Eric should be pleased. (I think I see Lawrence.)


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