stephmodo: A France Fix in Just 3 Minutes

A France Fix in Just 3 Minutes

• 05 August 2011

I am having so much fun watching this little video Emily made...over and over and over. What a clever spin--2300 images in just 3 minutes. I need a France fix today and this is the perfect solution! She did an amazing job capturing the essence of Paris and of La Maisonnette...thank you Emily!

p.s. there is music so if you're at work...

via Emily McCall Photography


  1. nice. their paris trip looks a lot like the one i took over spring break this year.

    my husband actually uses that slideshow technique to make a video of all of our pictures from an entire year! he's done one every year for the past 5 years, i think. here are a couple just in case you want another fun fix. (obviously you don't know us, but there are lots of travel pics in there to keep it interesting.) it's such a fun way to catalog a year of time, and to give all those digital photos you never plan to print a place to shine. cheers.

  2. I am curious to know what type of camera you were using for this. Beautiful shots! :D

  3. Loved it. Paris and your beautiful home. My dream. Could novice travelers do this? I sure hope to. It must make your heart sing to see those images.

  4. This brightened my day...missing Paris!! Merci!

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  6. Wow, that was painful to watch. My eyes couldn't focus on anything. I love the idea, I wish you would've had some dramatic pauses along the way.

  7. Lovely pictures (I think), but way tooo fast!

  8. I agree it's fast, but still so great right? You can view the individual images (or at least many of them) on Emily's blog...check 'em out!

  9. Stephanie, thanks so much for sharing my video! And thanks to all for your nice comments!

    @Amanda - I shoot with a Nikon D700 and several different lenses; the travel photos were shot primarily with a 24-70mm f/2.8, but also a wide angle (12-24mm f/2.8) and zoom (70-200mm f/2.8) as well. I think I used my 50mm f/1.4 for a few of these too.


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