J'ai photographié au Château français de la nuit du 19ème siècle. C'est comme ça que ça ressemble maison

I Photographed at a 19th Century French Chateau at Night. This is What it Looks Like

As an Artist-in-Residence, I photographed around this Nineteenth Chateau in Canet, France.

Mostly, I would work from around twilight or nightfall to about four in the morning. During the full moon, the light cascading through the forest or through the chateau was eerie and compelling.

The exposures lasted about forty minutes each. While waiting, I would walk through the woods.

I Photographed at a 19th Century French Chateau at Night. This is What it Looks Like--Tree

I Photographed at a 19th Century French Chateau at Night. This is What it Looks Like--Palm

I Photographed at a 19th Century French Chateau at Night. This is What it Looks Like--Porch

I Photographed at a 19th Century French Chateau at Night. This is What it Looks Like--Moon

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Steve Giovinco

Steve Giovinco is a New York City based fine art photographer, who focuses on creating images of couples and lyrical night landscapes. His work is collected by many museums, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and has exhibited widely and received his MFA from Yale University School of Art.