Cendrine Marrouat

1,887 Flips | 3 Magazines | 15 Likes | 48 Following | 302 Followers | @cendrinemedia | Photographer | Content Writer & Curator | Social Media Trainer | Author. Specializes in nature, macro, and black-and-white images. Website: http://cendrinemarrouat.com

What is Focal Length?

When you're just beginning as a photographer, there are plenty of things that you have to learn and master.Naturally, you need to understand how to …

Cameras

Go to RSS Feed

I still remember getting my first 16-35mm lens on a full- frame camera. It was like a whole new world of possibilities had been opened up for me. I …

Landscape Photography

Using Triangles in Landscape Photography

In my over ten years as a professional landscape photographer, I’ve learned that artistic composition—the positioning of visual elements within the …

Why you aren't taking better photos

7 Landscape Photos That Will Knock Your Socks Off

If you've been behind the lens for any amount of time, you know that sometimes it's hard to get motivated to go out and shoot.<p>But I've found that the …

Looking for Meaningful Landscape Photography in the Arctic

Creative pursuits are inherently two-headed beasts. We are all too familiar with being passionate about photography, so much so that we can sink all …

24 Times Long Exposure Photography Resulted in Something Magical

Unlike your conventional photo that's taken when a cameras shutter opens and then closes again, long exposure photography relies on the shutter being …

Landscape Photography

9 COMPOSITION TIPS FOR LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY

Why Magic Hour is Overrated

Ask 100 photographers when to shoot and 99 of them will tell you the same thing: at sunrise or sunset. “But WHY?” you might ask and they’ll roll …

A lake in Manitoba, Canada Photo by Cendrine Marrouat — National Geographic Your Shot

Story Telling Through The Lens: An Interview with Cendrine Marrouat

I’ve recently had the distinct pleasure of interviewing a very talented and passionate Photographer from Winnipeg, Canada. Her name is Cendrine …

Ready for it! Photo by Cendrine Marrouat — National Geographic Your Shot

Solitude... Photo by Cendrine Marrouat — National Geographic Your Shot

Kauai, Hawaii, United States (3)

After unification had taken place, Kaumualiʻi engaged in secretive negociations with the Russian-American Company. His goal was to gain Russian …

Château d'Amboise, France

The brook

Water lilies Photo by Cendrine Marrouat — National Geographic Your Shot

Kauai, Hawaii, United States (2)

Europeans heard of Kauaʻi and the rest of the Hawaiʻian islands for the first time during the 18th century. In 1778, Captain James Cook arrived at …

Cendrine Marrouat Photography: Toulouse, France (2)

Stepping Back in Time: The Collodion Wet Plate Process

While there are plenty of aficionados still shooting film, there are very few capturing images onto small sheets of glass, and then playing with …

Amazing birdseye photos taken by pigeons a century ago

In 1907, pharmacist and photography buff Dr. Julius Neubronner invented the "pigeon camera." Neubronner attached his cameras, with a built-in shutter …

Solved: A Decades-Old Ansel Adams Mystery

The answer was hidden in the shadows.<p>When you look at the image above, what do you think of? Most will probably take in the beauty of its subjects, …

National Parks

'In the Silence of Words: A Three-Act Play' by Cendrine Marrouat

Kauai, Hawaii, United States

Also known as the "Garden Isle," Kauaʻi ([kɐˈwɐʔi] in Hawaiian) is the oldest and fourth largest of the main Hawaiian Islands. Legend has it that …

Kauai, Hawaii, United States

If you follow me on Instagram, you know I was in Kaua’i a few months ago. It was my second visit to Hawai’i in three years. Maui is beautiful, so I …

The beauty of roses

I come from a family of rose lovers. My mother adored them red, while my aunt had a weakness for the white type. When I was a kid, there were several …

Cendrine Marrouat Photography: Toulouse, France (1)

YouTube

A game of Mahjong

When I was in my 20s, I often played Mahjong on my Nintendo DS. It actually was my favorite game. But until recently, I had never seen or touched the …