To write a tribute to the Journal of Photography and say goodbye is not easy. It is a painful exercise. For me, the Journal of Photography, is above all a great team, a family bound by a single passion: photography. The plurality of profiles which made its strength and the experience and tenacity of its patriarch, Jean-Jacques Naudet, raised it to success. Because success was there, thanks to you, who read us and followed us all over the world. So with such a team and managing a newspaper that comes out six times a week, 52 weeks per year, this is work, hard work. But every day we prepared for you was always made with the same passion and enthusiasm.
In three years, this adventure has made me grow, it has brought me so many wonderful discoveries: human and cultural. With it, I opened my eyes to the world.
Beautiful projects may require, in time of crisis, to be stilled for a moment, only to return later.
So to all our faithful readers: “Goodbye!”