Paris Match has lost one of its finest photographers. He had that rare quality of knowing how to do everything: war, politics, the magazine, even celebrities. He photographed all of these subjects as if they were works of reportage: no flash, little posing. His eye and keen sense of framing did the rest, but what set Benoît apart was his curiosity. He was always on alert, always on the lookout for a story idea. He read all the newspapers, spent hours on the web searching for something to cover for Paris Match, and over past 35 years, he found hundreds.
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