Brian McMillan (@brianmcmillanphoto)

Brian McMillan
@brianmcmillanphoto

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Portrait of me in Versailles, France. Photo: Jordan. #35mm

Portrait of me in Versailles, France. Photo: Jordan. #35mm 

Versailles, France. #35mm

Versailles, France. #35mm 

Versailles, France. #35mm

Versailles, France. #35mm 

Versailles, France. #35mm

Versailles, France. #35mm 

Versailles, France. #35mm

Versailles, France. #35mm 

Versailles, France. #35mm.

Versailles, France. #35mm .

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This summer I had the privilege to visit Paris with my girlfriend Jordan. We were fortunate enough to spend the day in The Gardens of Versailles. It was an incredibly beautiful experience and also a kind of photographic bucket list for me.

Eugène Atget is a photographer who has been a huge influence on my photography. When I first witnessed his work I was captivated by the way he photographed Europe, specifically on how he used trees as subjects. After becoming somewhat obsessed with seeing all of his images I came across his photographs in The Gardens of Versailles. I found Atget’s images of the sculptures in the gardens exceptional. He captured the raw emotions of the Greek God’s emphasized amongst the beautiful hedges. It was an amazing feeling to be standing in the same place as someone whose work has meant so much to me. Atget’s images remind me of the importance of capturing this incredible world that we are so privileged to live in. 
I wanted to pay homage to the genius photographer Eugène Atget by photographing these same subjects almost 100 years later.

All credit goes to Atget, I hope you all like them.

Brian.

This summer I had the privilege to visit Paris with my girlfriend Jordan. We were fortunate enough to spend the day in The Gardens of Versailles. It was an incredibly beautiful experience and also a kind of photographic bucket list for me. Eugène Atget is a photographer who has been a huge influence on my photography. When I first witnessed his work I was captivated by the way he photographed Europe, specifically on how he used trees as subjects. After becoming somewhat obsessed with seeing all of his images I came across his photographs in The Gardens of Versailles. I found Atget’s images of the sculptures in the gardens exceptional. He captured the raw emotions of the Greek God’s emphasized amongst the beautiful hedges. It was an amazing feeling to be standing in the same place as someone whose work has meant so much to me. Atget’s images remind me of the importance of capturing this incredible world that we are so privileged to live in. I wanted to pay homage to the genius photographer Eugène Atget by photographing these same subjects almost 100 years later. All credit goes to Atget, I hope you all like them. Brian.

This summer I had the privilege to visit Paris with my girlfriend Jordan. We were fortunate enough to spend the day in The Gardens of Versailles. It was an incredibly beautiful experience and also a kind of photographic bucket list for me.

Eugène Atget is a photographer who has been a huge influence on my photography. When I first witnessed his work I was captivated by the way he photographed Europe, specifically on how he used trees as subjects. After becoming somewhat obsessed with seeing all of his images I came across his photographs in The Gardens of Versailles. I found Atget’s images of the sculptures in the gardens exceptional. He captured the raw emotions of the Greek God’s emphasized amongst the beautiful hedges. It was an amazing feeling to be standing in the same place as someone whose work has meant so much to me. Atget’s images remind me of the importance of capturing this incredible world that we are so privileged to live in. 
I wanted to pay homage to the genius photographer Eugène Atget by photographing these same subjects almost 100 years later.

All credit goes to Atget, I hope you all like them.

Brian.

This summer I had the privilege to visit Paris with my girlfriend Jordan. We were fortunate enough to spend the day in The Gardens of Versailles. It was an incredibly beautiful experience and also a kind of photographic bucket list for me. Eugène Atget is a photographer who has been a huge influence on my photography. When I first witnessed his work I was captivated by the way he photographed Europe, specifically on how he used trees as subjects. After becoming somewhat obsessed with seeing all of his images I came across his photographs in The Gardens of Versailles. I found Atget’s images of the sculptures in the gardens exceptional. He captured the raw emotions of the Greek God’s emphasized amongst the beautiful hedges. It was an amazing feeling to be standing in the same place as someone whose work has meant so much to me. Atget’s images remind me of the importance of capturing this incredible world that we are so privileged to live in. I wanted to pay homage to the genius photographer Eugène Atget by photographing these same subjects almost 100 years later. All credit goes to Atget, I hope you all like them. Brian.

This summer I had the privilege to visit Paris with my girlfriend Jordan. We were fortunate enough to spend the day in The Gardens of Versailles. It was an incredibly beautiful experience and also a kind of photographic bucket list for me.

Eugène Atget is a photographer who has been a huge influence on my photography. When I first witnessed his work I was captivated by the way he photographed Europe, specifically on how he used trees as subjects. After becoming somewhat obsessed with seeing all of his images I came across his photographs in The Gardens of Versailles. I found Atget’s images of the sculptures in the gardens exceptional. He captured the raw emotions of the Greek God’s emphasized amongst the beautiful hedges. It was an amazing feeling to be standing in the same place as someone whose work has meant so much to me. Atget’s images remind me of the importance of capturing this incredible world that we are so privileged to live in. 
I wanted to pay homage to the genius photographer Eugène Atget by photographing these same subjects almost 100 years later.

All credit goes to Atget, I hope you all like them.

Brian.

This summer I had the privilege to visit Paris with my girlfriend Jordan. We were fortunate enough to spend the day in The Gardens of Versailles. It was an incredibly beautiful experience and also a kind of photographic bucket list for me. Eugène Atget is a photographer who has been a huge influence on my photography. When I first witnessed his work I was captivated by the way he photographed Europe, specifically on how he used trees as subjects. After becoming somewhat obsessed with seeing all of his images I came across his photographs in The Gardens of Versailles. I found Atget’s images of the sculptures in the gardens exceptional. He captured the raw emotions of the Greek God’s emphasized amongst the beautiful hedges. It was an amazing feeling to be standing in the same place as someone whose work has meant so much to me. Atget’s images remind me of the importance of capturing this incredible world that we are so privileged to live in. I wanted to pay homage to the genius photographer Eugène Atget by photographing these same subjects almost 100 years later. All credit goes to Atget, I hope you all like them. Brian.

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