Normandy by Yohann Libot
I make this shot of the Mont Saint-Michel in France because it’s just beautiful! So I wanted to shoot something different with the classic pictures of this monument, I take a walk to go far from it and to find a good perspective and angles to make the shot I had in mind. After 10-15 minutes of walk I find the perfect place, I take my camera and click!
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April 4, 2020
Black & White Photography
Yohann Libot is an established and internationally published photographer. He travels the world to photograph the people, celebrations, icons, lifestyle, and culture those that make each country unique. Most people know him as “Gypsy Photographer,” free-spirited in his ways of working. His photographs have been used around the globe for commercial and editorial purpose, appeared in newspapers, magazines, brochures, advertisements, travel guidebooks, and textbooks. Born in France. Graduated with a MBA in Fashion Marketing, Yohann worked in the marketing field until he become a pro photographer in 2010. He doesn’t have any fancy ass educational degrees or diplomas in photography, He is self-taught, socially awkward but at the same time confident, dominant, lover, fighter, and a little weirdo. Photography is his main source of income, his career, and his passion. He has a unique, dream-like style that he created.