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"A photograph is neither taken nor seized by force. It is the photo that takes you. One must not take photos." - Henri Cartier-Bresson, French, photographer (photograph by Rui Palha - homage to Henri Cariter-Bresson)

Emotional Photography by Henri Cartier Bresson

Emotional Photography by Henri Cartier Bresson

This is a photo by Henri Carier-Bresson I like this one becaue it has a leading line angle in and I like the way how he took this picture looking up spiral stairs with people popping their heads up,

This image taken by Henri Cartier Bresson captures line from the left hand corner leading the eyes down the stairs to the movement by the person on the bike.

Cartier-Bresson: A master's black-and-white world

Henri Cartier-Bresson Hyères, France, 1932 11 x 14 Silver Gelatin Photograph 16 x 20 Silver Gelatin Photograph

Henri Cartier-Bresson, Giacometti

Henri Cartier-Bresson Alberto Giacometti at his home, Village of Stampa, Region of Grisons, Switzerland, 1961

Henri Cartier-Bresson - Painting the Eiffel Tower, 1953 - Howard Greenberg Gallery -- china.org.cn

Marc Riboud : Le Peintre de la Tour Eiffel / The Painter of the Eiffel Tower - Paris, 1953

Henri Cartier-Bresson -- Prisoner, Rangoon, Burma (now Yangon, Myanmar), 1948

Henri Cartier-Bresson -- Prisoner, Rangoon, Burma (now Yangon, Myanmar), 1948

Henri Cartier Bresson black and white photography. nice use of lines

I choose this photo to represent my passion for photography. I love photography and I want to start photography as a career during my holidays.

1960s in Paris, the mini skirt had arrived - not to everyones approval. Inspiration for our Monochrome Twist shoot in the June 16 issue.

Emotional Photography by Henri Cartier Bresson

Henri Cartier Breton - in Paris, the mini skirt had arrived - not to everyones approval. Inspiration for our Monochrome Twist shoot in the June 16 issue.

chivalry / 1960.   EXCUSE ME???  I WOULD NOT JUMP OVER A PUDDLE IN HIGH HEELS!  HE CAN PICK ME UP AND CARRY ME!  NOW THAT WOULD BE CHIVALROUS!

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A man gives a woman a helping hand as she takes a flying leap over a large puddle on the pavement. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images). 1960 if only there were still chivalry like this.

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