During three days, some Fnac stores in France were transformed in photographic studios - where people could have their portraits taken by Paolo Verzone, Françoise Huguier, Rip Hopkins, Juan Manuel Castro Prieto, Stan Guigui et Denis Darzacq. Our editor Juliette Deschodt has followed these unusual settings I start my tour of the Fnac studios with the photographer Paolo Verzone. Sandwich break. For the moment there are few people. Some are having lunch. The journalists are talking to each other. The studio is located at the Forum des Rencontres. With two lights, a curtain and a chair, the decor is spare. The photographer signs some of his work. It’s an understated black-and-white picture of two young girls. I use this time to ask Paolo a few questions.
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