In December 1966, four photographers, Hubert Henrotte, Raymond Depardon, Hugues Vassal, Léonard de Raemy and an agent, Jean Monteux decided, adventurously, to launch and agency that would work entirely on the basis of 50:50. The photographers, shareholders or colleagues would share half of the sales of their assignments and half of the production costs.
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