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Picture Perfect: Eiffel Tower

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Last Updated on March 3, 2020 by AIFS Abroad Customized Faculty-Led

“My name is Donnie Kane and I am an aspiring Photographer. I am study abroad with AIFS in London and am so excited to be here in London to experience the culture and to have the opportunity to take photos of such a beautiful city! I will be sharing a collection of my images every few weeks so be sure to check back for Picture Perfect content.”

Next up is the Eiffel Tower in Paris! Check out these images he has captured of the famous landmark. It is amazing how one location looks so different from three different perspectives!

When I went to Paris, I thought of a cool idea where I would have 2 umbrellas sitting in front of the Eiffel Tower, luckily my friends brought theirs and I used them for this shot. Originally they were black and I thought that was boring so I made them purple in post.

I wanted to get a low perspective from far away with this shot, but at first it looked boring with just grass in the foreground. So I grabbed some leaves, threw them down and I came up with this.

I thought this was a really cool photo when I walked past. You can see the beautiful Eiffel Tower in the perfectly laid out gap the trees made.

Donnie Kane is a communications student at Citrus College studying abroad in London for Fall 2019. Donnie is an aspiring photographer who is excited to experience the London culture and take photos in the amazing city. Keep checking back for more of Donnie’s blogs here.

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