Two French photographers, Laurence Leblanc and Mathieu bernard-Reymond were awarded the 2003 Prix HSBC pour la photographie (then known as the Prix de la Fondation CCF pour la photographie). That year, the Sportweek photo director Giovanna Calvenzi served at the artistic advisor. For this 8th installment in our series, we spoke with both winners. Laurence Leblanc, based in Paris, told us about the experience and his career since.
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