Digging into my old hard drives, I found some old 3D rendered images I created back in 2004. Completely self taught using tutorials, I managed to learn the basics of how to use this software, but was limited to the power of my PC.
The small resolution image of the interior took a total of 12 or so hours to render. After many painstaking hours of watching my computer struggle, I decided to give up using 3Ds.
In France, Christmas is an opportunity for family and for generosity, marked by family reunions, presents and sweets for children.
The celebration of Christmas in France varies by region – in Lyon, 8 December is la Fête de lumières, when Lyonnais pay hommage to the virgin Mary by putting candles in their windows to light up the city.
The Epiphany (la fête des Rois) is usually celebrated on 6th January with La Galette des Rois – a round cake which is cut into pieces and distributed by a child, known as le petit roi or l’enfant soleil, hiding under the table. Whoever finds la fève – the charm hidden inside – is King or Queen and can choose a partner.
This collection features a recently opened PAUL UK boulangerie located just behind the famous Tate Modern on Sumner Street. The interior of this retail shop, fully conveys the unique characteristics of french decor, submerging the shoppers with a fascinating and unexpected atmosphere.
Every six weeks, photographers of all levels in London gather to take photo’s at a specified location. November’s London Photo Walk (LPW) took place in the Winter Wonderland. Christmas markets, observation wheels, fun fair rides and a Santa’s Grotto, along with the biggest ice skating rink in London, are some of the attractions at this Wonderland, so for those spending Christmas in London go check it out for some festive cheer.