Loving Doisneau

October 28, 2012 § Leave a comment

Photo professionals and art history buffs have surely fallen in love with French photographer Robert Doisneau long before I did ~ but no matter when in time, I’m glad I found him. Of course, we’ve all seen his work, but perhaps didn’t know the name behind the lens.

His work is rich, spontaneous, human story-telling at its photographic best. And, if by chance I needed anything more to endear me to his work, it’s black & white.

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Robert Doisneau lived from 1912 – 1994. There’s a fabulous site about Doisneau and his work, here.

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