Toutes les photos tagguées "lematos" sont le produit du travail de Mathieu Coquerelle. La licence associée à chacune de ces photos est de type Creative Commons Paternité – Pas d’Utilisation Commerciale – Pas de Modification 2.0 France (plus d'informations).
  1. Posté le 28 Juil 2014

     
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  5. Check out the new street photography section on my website.

    By Mathieu Coquerelle | Tumblr | Facebook

    Posté le 25 mai 2014

     
  6. Sérialisation linéaire on Flickr.

    This serie was built continuously on a b&w film of 36 poses, focusing on the line connections between the pictures.
    It has to be looked at starting from the first picture, sequentialy until the end of the roll.

    By Mathieu Coquerelle | Tumblr | Facebook

    Posté le 2 Avr 2014

     
  7. Sérialisation linéaire on Flickr.

    This serie was built continuously on a b&w film of 36 poses, focusing on the line connections between the pictures.
    It has to be looked at starting from the first picture, sequentialy until the end of the roll.

    By Mathieu Coquerelle | Tumblr | Facebook

    Posté le 14 Mar 2014

     
  8. Sérialisation linéaire on Flickr.

    This serie was built continuously on a b&w film of 36 poses, focusing on the line connections between the pictures.
    It has to be looked at starting from the first picture, sequentialy until the end of the roll.

    By Mathieu Coquerelle | Tumblr | Facebook

    Posté le 14 Mar 2014

     
  9. Sérialisation linéaire on Flickr.

    This serie was built continuously on a b&w film of 36 poses, focusing on the line connections between the pictures.
    It has to be looked at starting from the first picture, sequentialy until the end of the roll.

    By Mathieu Coquerelle | Tumblr | Facebook

    Posté le 13 Mar 2014

     
  10. Sérialisation linéaire on Flickr.

    This serie was built continuously on a b&w film of 36 poses, focusing on the line connections between the pictures.
    It has to be looked at starting from the first picture, sequentialy until the end of the roll.

    By Mathieu Coquerelle | Tumblr | Facebook

    Posté le 7 Mar 2014