Julien Jegat

16 80

Europe / Germany / Hamburg / Hamburg

Portrait / People / Nude

Photographer male / 35
 
3
Porque ya cae la lluvia minuscova (JL Borges) / People  photography by Photographer Julien Jegat ★16 | STRKNG

Porque ya cae la lluvia minuscova (JL Borges) - © Julien Jegat
Alicia Nurho


 
21
Lou / Portrait  photography by Photographer Julien Jegat ★16 | STRKNG

Lou - © Julien Jegat


 
6
Behind / Portrait  photography by Photographer Julien Jegat ★16 | STRKNG

Behind - © Julien Jegat
Model: Pa_n0rama


 
4
Manya / Portrait  photography by Photographer Julien Jegat ★16 | STRKNG

Manya - © Julien Jegat


3
Intimate / Nude  photography by Photographer Julien Jegat ★16 | STRKNG

Intimate - © Julien Jegat


1
Céline / Portrait  photography by Photographer Julien Jegat ★16 | STRKNG

Céline - © Julien Jegat


2
Mathilde / Portrait  photography by Photographer Julien Jegat ★16 | STRKNG

Mathilde - © Julien Jegat


2
Marie / Portrait  photography by Photographer Julien Jegat ★16 | STRKNG

Marie - © Julien Jegat


 
1
Justine Maegi / Portrait  photography by Photographer Julien Jegat ★16 | STRKNG

Justine Maegi - © Julien Jegat


2019-02-12 21:28 

Iceland

Iceland is a country where it is easy to compose for photography.
I have tried to make a little bit of originality in my compositions. They are available on my website in two sides: The white and the blue (julienjegat.com/blog).
Here, I share some pictures made with my antique analog camera Nikon F3.

2


2018-01-18 22:38 

Etna, largest volcano in activity in Europe, shows lunar views quite everywhere when going to the top of the mount. Also, due to its location, it is possible to see Nebrody forest in the north, Catania and the mediterranean sea in the east,… Views without limits in the horizon, when the clouds authorize us to see the infinite of the horizon.

4


Born in Northern France, I lived in different places in Europe (like Brno, Czech R.). I settled down in Toulouse during 7 years before moving in Hamburg in June 2016. I explore now THE vibrant arts scene here in the northern part of Europe.

My view about photography is for the photographer to show his spirit, as a writer can do it within his novel. But with a difference: Let the possibility for the viewers to narrate their own story. I take this little pleasure in seeing people introduce their stories within the shape I built via photography.

I mainly switch between portrait and scenic photography. In different nuances, both allow me imagining, dreaming in something well wider than what the eyes can see.