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Sunday on the Banks of the Marne, 1938

Henri Cartier-Bresson is one of my favorite photographers.

In his 1952 landmark monograph The Decisive Moment, he defined his philosophy: “To me, photography is the simultaneous recognition, in a fraction of a second, of the significance of an event as well as of a precise organization of forms which gave that event its proper expression.”

In The Moment


Fotografia de stradă este precum o cutie de bomboane de ciocolată. Nu ştii niciodată ce vei primi.”  Thomas Leuthard

Fotografia de stradă este un gen al fotografiei documentare în care sunt surprinse diferite subiecte în locuri publice precum străzile, parcurile, plajele, mall-urile şi altele.

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Photos For My Soul

“The man who cannot visualize a horse galloping on a tomato is an idiot.” André Breton

20 MAR 2014

Third stop, SURREALISM


Surrealism as an art was founded in early 1920 by André Breton. The French artist laid the foundation of the movement in the manifesto published in 1924. 1,382 more words


Cartier Bresson & Robert Frank Exhibit.

Spent nearly 10 hours in New York yesterday with my new Ricoh GR, having an absolute blast and really starting to understand the power behind this little point and shoot. 330 more words


New on 500px : Jump over the water by pierotranchida by pierotranchida

A guy is trying to jump over the water in a rainy day in Palermo. This picture intend to quote some famous work
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# Photo of the day #

 Sifnos, Greece by © Henri Cartier Bresson