Henri Cartier Bresson

Immerse yourself in the timeless photographs of Henri Cartier Bresson, a pioneer of street photography. Discover his iconic images and gain inspiration for your own photography journey.
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41/365 Do you think a master of photography would be using the rule of thirds? Give me a break! One look at his images and you will see a difference between a rule of thirds image and a designed image. Henri Cartier-Bresson was a master at composition and he incorporated design and geometry into all […] To access this post, you must be log in in as a Master Pass member, or please purchase The Master Pass Membership, The Master Pass Package or The Ultimate Package.

Giuliano Ambort
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Thought I would share this documentary. I love Cartier-Bresson’s work. Who doesn’t? And I love his thoughts on seeing and shooting pictures. Whatever we do, it starts with the picture, doesn’t it? Of course, he made his people work in the lab for a week to get the print right: that’s apping! Update: Tommy Armansyah wrote […]

David Barraclough
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About Tarascon, France, 1959 - Henri Cartier-Bresson (Black and White Photography) Signed and stamped with photographers blindstamp Silver gelatin print 16 x 20 inches Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908-2004), arguably the most significant photographer of the twentieth-century, was one of the co-founders of Magnum Photos in 1947 and champion of the “decisive moment”. He brought a new aesthetic and practice to photography, initiated modern photojournalism, and influenced countless followers.

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Henri Cartier-Bresson was a French photographer who was known for "candid" photography. He was also an early user of 35 mm film. He was born in 1908 and died in 2004. Part of his book, The Decisive Moment, 1952 I personally like this photo because it shows how composed a candid photo can be. This photo clearly was taken quickly, as he had to capture the birds flying away, but it looks as if a lot of time and planning went into it. He talks about this candid, quick photography in his book The…

Michael J. Salter

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