The Parisii settled around the La Défense district, near the town of Nanterre, in the 3rd century BC. This civilisation, which later settled in the heart of Lutetia (Ile de la Cité), gave its name to the city of Paris.
Today, there are few visible traces of this people. Since the 1960s, La Défense has been the largest business district in Europe.
On the parvis de la Défense, we will discover the architecture that rises there, but also the works of art scattered along our route.
The La Défense district is a real open-air museum: there are more than sixty works of art. There is plenty of room for beautiful urban and artistic photos by contrasting the graphics of the towers with the shapes and colours of the works of art.
We will work mainly on composition, framing and aperture priority to play with depth of field. Technical advice will be given to best adapt to your subject.
Key stages of the course:
Calder's spider, Caesar's thumb, Miro's figures
The view of the Arche de la Défense, aligned with the Arc de Triomphe
Architectures from the 70s to the 2000s
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1 Parvis de la Défense, 92800 Puteaux
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