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An Energetic Exhibition from DS World Paris


Colorful car racing from Patrick Braoudé, Photo ©Patrick Braoudé

Paris, France – You can literally take in the energy at this highly charged exhibition on show in the unique venue of DS World Paris. The public at large can be energized and re-energized at this exhilarating exhibition of photographs by Patrick Braoudé, the actor, director and photographer. Artistic blurring is characteristic of his technique showcasing the power, speed, energy and movement that are characteristic of the sports that he photographs. The show entitled Energie, meaning energy in French, reveals photographs of exceptional quality bursting with colors. The blurring effect is obtained as the camera’s shutter closes without the use of any digital enhancements.

« My aim is to harness the extreme intensity of the action and freeze in time that all-important nano-second, My technique for stylizing this movement is to use the intentional motion blur on the camera combined with the kinematic blur from the subject in motion, » explains the photographer Patrick Braoudé.


An energy-filled photograph by Patrick Braoudé, Photo ©Patrick Braoudé

Soccer, automobile racing and rugby are among the subjects of the photographs all of which are available for purchase.

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The inviting facade of DS World Paris, Photo ©N. Zwickel

The DS World Paris venue is a unique venue located in the luxurious Golden Triangle neighborhood of Paris. The three-level space is outfitted with the exhibition space for cultural and artistic events throughout the year, a delightful outdoor patio and is the showroom for DS Automobiles. Driven by the exceptional heritage of the 1955 DS, DS Automobiles was launched in 2015 and aims to embody the French luxury savoir-faire in the automotive industry. DS Automobiles is the premium brand of the PSA group.

This photo show is on through to May 21st. Admission is free of charge.

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