Sad news: the death of a legend of the dark room: Michel Fresson. It was Bernard Plossu who told us about it and sent us this text! Michel Fresson has just left us. Son of Pierre Fresson, grandson of Théodore Henri Fresson, and father of Jean François Fresson: The famous “charcoal prints” of this mythical name in the history of photography. I had met Michel and the Fresson family in 1967. I immediately fell fascinated by their way of printing color on their matt paper, which speaks of atmosphere and translates the pictures so good! Based in Savigny sur Orge,...
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