Henri Carier-Bresson  This is a unique photo. He has captured the ladies awkward pose making the image look interesting. The way she is angled and the way the camera has been slightly tilted add to the simplicity of the photograph.

Henri Carier-Bresson This is a unique photo. He has captured the ladies awkward pose making the image look interesting. The way she is angled and the way the camera has been slightly tilted add to the simplicity of the photograph.

Henri Carier-Bressson This image has humour and class in it. I like the close up of the figures and their expressions. The outfits create an interesting image, it makes me think and ask the question "what in the world is happening?"

HENRI CARTIER–BRESSON - Brussels, Signed, annotated 'This original Cartier-Bresson photo was a personal gift from Henri to me in 1979 in recognition of my work on his book H. Photographer' by Paul Ickovic in ink, with Ickovic circular credit stamp.

Jesse Marlow  The bright, bold colours blend together and add character to the image.

Jesse Marlow The bright, bold colours blend together and add character to the image.

Henri Cartier- Bresson  He is amazing at capturing the "decisive moment". I would like to improve my skills in becoming quicker with the camera to capture a moment like this one

Cartier-Bresson captured moments and movements of profound social change with an artist's eye. A new exhibition looks at 45 years of his iconic work.

Louis Porter- "I love China"  The composition and framing of the image draws focus and attention to the subject. The triangle also contrasts with the shapes ( circles and squares) with in the image.

Louis Porter- "I love China" The composition and framing of the image draws focus and attention to the subject. The triangle also contrasts with the shapes ( circles and squares) with in the image.

Louis Porter - "I love China"  The very vivid colours complement each other well. The cemetery with the lines of the tape break the image up a bit. This is what was so fascinating to me.

Louis Porter - "I love China" The very vivid colours complement each other well. The cemetery with the lines of the tape break the image up a bit. This is what was so fascinating to me.

Louis Porter- "I love China"  The image is defintally something out of the ordinary. This particular trait is what stood out to me. The multi colours are bright yet contrasting. The baby's face is striking because it is slightly over exposed.

Louis Porter- "I love China" The image is defintally something out of the ordinary. This particular trait is what stood out to me. The multi colours are bright yet contrasting. The baby's face is striking because it is slightly over exposed.


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