Henri Cartier-Bresson / In His Own Words

Here is a brief excerpt of a DVD culled from a talk that Henri Cartier-Bresson gave in 1973. Coupled with some of his most famous images, he compares the photographic medium to ” sketchbook, a psychoanalytical couch, a warm kiss, and a machine gun”

Of course, this is just a taste. You can purchase the full length DVD from ICP (International Center of Photography).

Crazy week, right? We’ve talked about the tools and the artists. Nice.

And the winners of the weekly giveaway this week are: Galina K. of Brooklyn,NY gets the Daybooks, and Sheryll W. of Morrisville, PA will receive the Scott Kelby book.

Wait till you see what we have for you next week.

Happy Friday!

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