In parallel with his magazine activities, Francis Giacobetti travelled the world to create a gallery of portraits immortalising one hundred and seventy talented men and women of the twentieth and twenty first centuries. Each time it was the same ritual. First he made a traditional black and white portrait, then, with the help of an ophthalmological camera of his own...
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