Read the original and often misinterpreted text where Henri Cartier-Bresson explained his idea of decisive moment. Il libro più famoso di Cartier-Bresson è The Decisive Moment (Il momento decisivo). Il titolo nella versione francese è Images à la sauvette. Scritto nel , oltre. Within the canon of European photography books it would be difficult to find one more famous, revered and influential as Henri Cartier-Bresson’s The Decisive.
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Henri Cartier Bresson: Decisive Photographs” (1953)
Of his recent work perhaps the most outstanding are the pictures which he took on an extended stay in India and the Far East. Sometimes it happens that you stall, delay, wait for something to happen. Condividile con noi e lascia un commento qui in basso!
Unlike the writer, he cannot change: Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite. Fra questi consigli, la citazione in basso:. Discover evadanah22’s colorful work! Perhaps someone suddenly walks into your range of view. A picture was drawn of the young French photographer wandering with camera in hand, aimlessly taking snapshots from which startling pictures were later selected. Istruiti dalla dottrina di Cartier-Bresson o meno, alcuni dei nostri amici lomografi hanno fatto dei tentativi per catturare scatti perfettamente a tempo riscontrando successo: A photographer can bring coincidence of line simply by moving his head a fraction of a millimeter.
For some twenty years now Cartier-Bresson has been doing just that. Garry Winogrand, Public Eye Peeling Back Soft Tissue: 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 give that event its proper expression. No funny business, just a whole heap of Lomography love right to your inbox. Any photograph, if it is lasting, must have been taken at the decisive moment. Lomographer henryohead reveals his secret as to how he draws illustrations by superimposing images together.
Cartier believes that the photographer should never intrude.
He has no studio, does not employ models, does not even direct those he photographs. No Likes No likes yet. But he composes a picture in very nearly the same amount of time it takes to click the shutter, at the speed of a reflex action.
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FotoRoom uses third-party cookies see here for details. Photography must seize upon this moment and hold immobile the equilibrium of it. Reflections on Time in The Erratics. Fra questi consigli, la citazione in basso: The American edition was made possible by the enthusiasm of Richard Simon of the publishing firm of Simon and Schuster.
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The Home as Tomb. Il soggetto deve dimenticarsi di te. His mastery of composition enables him to make each picture almost instinctively a whole, and his personal decisvo towards his subject finds expression within this frame.
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You follow his progress through the viewfinder. Interview With Infinity Land Press. He is the silent and alert witness of the passing scene. Composition must have its own inevitability about it. He carries a camera with him constantly. By placing the camera closer to or farther from the subject, he draws a detail — and it can be subordinated, or it can be tyrannized by it. Paris is currently showing the handpicked shots of Dutch social documentary photographer during his coverage of the post-war period.
Cartier-Bresson trained himself from the start to compose his pictures so exactly that not one of decisivi plates in this book have been trimmed. Nothing could be farther from the truth.