Photographer’s Profile

Jacques Joffre
Jacques Joffre
Montpellier, France

Jacques Joffre is a French professional photographer for more than 25 years. He currently lives in Montpellier, in the South France region of Languedoc-Roussillon.

His works have been published in many photography magazines such as "Zoom", "Photo Magazine", "Chasseur d'Images", "Photo Revue" and "Photographiques". His illustrated reports have been used in periodicals such as "Diners Club Magazine", "Atlas", "Airone", "Phosphore", "l'Express", "le Nouvel Observateur", "Lui" etc.. Several examples of those publications are available on his personal Web site.

Jacques Joffre is contributing to promote the image of Languedoc-Roussillon, directly collaborating with regional tourism organizations (C. R. T., CDTH, OMTGM) as well as postcards publishers.

Thanks to his solid computer knowledge, Jacques Joffre has focused on virtual photography since the early developments in multimedia technologies in his country. In 2002 he oriented his research towards HDR photography and was at the origin of the Photomatix software development.

multimedia technologies: QuickTime VR from Apple and spherical photography (PanoTools).

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Notre Dame Cathedral

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16/06/2007 11h40

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London: on Parliament Bridge near Big Ben

London, England, UK

7 August 2006, 21 h 32

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Market Place, Liège

Liège, Belgium


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The highest bridge in the world - Le Viaduc de Millau

Near Millau, Aveyron, France

10h15, 19 September 2004

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