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Influences: Brassai and Bresson

His photographic collection of prostitutes, pimps, nudes, couples romantically interested in each other and of other taboo subjects give his other works a seedy tone; an empty dark street with a lamp post or bench becomes a waiting spot for men and women of the night to take part in their sexual exploits. 462 more words

Colour

A Touch of Cultural Leprosy

Oh Korea you try so hard and still come up short but I’m impressed by the gains made over these last three years. Today was about the art or practice of taking and processing photographs. 735 more words

Travel

The Devil, Probably: A Review Based on Reflections, Mirrors and the Oblique

Name: The Devil, Probably

Composer: Robert Bresson

Score: 7/10

Within the knowledge-based reality of the 21st century, it is often shocking when one cannot find something that they desire. 855 more words

Review

Bresson si momentul decisiv

Henri Cartier-Bresson este unul din cei mai importanti fotografi de la care fiecare incepator, si nu numai, in arta fotografica are mult de invatat. El surprinde in fotografii acel moment decisiv care presupune declansarea aparatului la momentul oportun pentru a surprinde ineditul. 53 more words

Arta

#03 - Recreate a famous photo

Again, not so simple task. But I enjoyed it, the whole process: exploring famous photographers, famous photos and choosing the ones I could recreate, thinking about scenery, light, weather and all other factors needed to recreate certain work. 89 more words

Challenge

Hitchcock And The Wrong Man

Alfred Hitchcock and François Truffaut. Photo by Philippe Halsman, 1962


“Two and a half years ago, my friend Claude Chabrol and I met Alfred Hitchcock… 793 more words

Photography

Bresson & Melville: two halves of a sphere

From c.5 of THE NEW FILMGOER’S GUIDE TO GOD:

“The solitary gangster struggles against the walls he erects around himself. For prisoners of war, on the other hand, incarceration is not of their making, and they have committed no wrong except that of being on the side of the vanquished. 256 more words

Bresson